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Celeno OptimizAIR 2.0 to Power Edimax 802.11ac Home Routers
With the explosion of secondary internet devices including tablets, smartphones and connected home devices, managing home networks is getting more challenging. Moreover, current day consumers are expecting to have an optimized home Wi-Fi network that can ensure the high quality of service, video-grade WiFi (News - Alert) performance across multiple screens consuming HD content throughout the home. With Airtime management technology, service providers can effectively manage Wi-Fi networks, and deliver good quality service.
Celeno Communications (News - Alert), a provider of WiFi silicon solutions for carrier-grade HD video streaming, is going by this demand. The company recently deployed its new airtime management technology, OptimizAIR 2.0 in Edimax’s new, high-end home routers powered by Celeno’s CL2200 802.11ac Wi-Fi radio chip.
Unique in the field, OptimizAIR 2.0 enables the provisioning, enforcement and dynamic allocation of Wi-Fi capacity to different virtual networks, services and even different clients all served by the same Wi-Fi Access Point (News - Alert).
“We’re excited to be partnering with Edimax to see OptimizAIR 2.0 designed into home routers giving the end-user such unique, yet extremely easy to manage and intuitive control over their home networking experience,” Lior Weiss, vice president of marketing and business development at Celeno, said in a statement.
Celeno official also said that the new Edimax routers comes with the new OptimizAIR Wi-fi Experience Management Android (News - Alert) and iPhone/iPAD Apps helping customers to easily control the prioritization and bandwidth allocation of different streams and devices at home from their tablet or smartphone.
“Edimax has always been committed to providing a superior experience for the end-user, and the growing number of wireless-enabled devices and bandwidth hungry applications makes this a continuing challenge,” said Jack Hung, Sales Director of Edimax.
Debuted in January 2014, Celeno’s OptimizAIR 2.0 Wi-Fi Airtime Management technology revolutionizes in-home wireless networking by providing the capability to manage capacity allocation in the air for best user experience.
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