Quantenna Communications, a provider of WiFi networking for whole-home entertainment, has announced its third-generation full-11n 4×4 Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) WiFi chipset, delivering carrier IPTV services over wireless networks. The company’s 802.11n WiFi chipsets are in trials with over 12 service providers worldwide, for broadband digital video services that require robust performance anywhere in the home.

“Quantenna’s 4×4 devices feature the full complement of carrier-grade, industry-standard 802.11n features that are necessary for distributing multiple video streams throughout the home at full, 1080p resolution,” said David French, Quantenna’s CEO, in a statement.

Quantenna has increased channel bandwidth to 80MHz, enabling the chipset to support higher throughput for such emerging standards as 802.11ac, which is expected to deliver speeds of up to 1.2 gigabits per second by improving on the efficiency of existing technology.

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