Amper Picks Quantenna

Amper selects Quantenna’s 4x4 MIMO Technology for its next-generation Wi-Fi router and FTTH products

December 1, 2011

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FREMONT, Calif. and MADRID -- Quantenna Communications, Inc., a leader in ultra-reliable Wi-Fi networking for whole-home entertainment, and Amper, a Spanish multinational leader in communications, security and defense, today announced plans to ship fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) routers with Quantenna’s Full-11n™ 4x4 MIMO technology to deliver broadband services wirelessly in the home.

Quantenna’s 802.11n 4x4 MIMO technology for Amper’s FTTH routers will enable Amper to deliver broadband services wirelessly beginning in Q2 2012 that include the ability to stream and distribute HDTV along with other video content to multiple wireless devices. In addition, this simplifies installation and enables Amper to quickly deploy wireless services across any size home, through multiple concrete walls, floors, and devices simultaneously and reliably.

“Quantenna is pleased to partner with Amper, whose commitment to delivering high performance video in the home has enabled an increasing number of consumers to experience broadband services without wires,” said Lionel Bonnot, vice president, sales and business development with Quantenna. “With our 4x4 MIMO technology capturing major designs with service providers, we continue to provide the reliability and advanced features that are required for exciting whole-home wireless products.”

Quantenna Communications Inc.

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