Marvell is a leading company that provides solutions to the storage industry, communications sector and consumer silicon solutions. Now the Marvell announced that the entire Avastar 802.11n solutions will enhance an innovative transmitter beamforming technology, in order to boost robustness of wireless links. And it also featured for adding support to new and existing 1×1 – 4×4 MIMO products in case of service matter. Really, Marvell Wi-Fi Avastar 802.11n Adapter provides 20x faster wireless service.
The Marvell Avastar doesn’t require any special antennae or attaching of any cost-increasing elements, while delivering boost with over 10dB, tested in enterprise and home environments. The company claims that it has high power that has twice and twenty times faster to have achieved the horizon.
Weili Dai, Co-Founder of Marvell, told:
“Wi-Fi has become the critical common link to achieve seamless connectivity across all devices. I believe users now expect and demand robust, secure connectivity among all their wireless devices no matter where they go or what data applications they are running. Existing wireless solutions still presents different challenges when it comes to the long range and high throughput required for applications such as HD video streaming. Marvell raises technology bar with Wi-Fi solutions leveraging beamforming technology, increasing throughput at range and delivering consistent performance at all times, ultimately providing greater user experience with Wi-Fi than what has traditionally been possible.”
The innovative Marvell Avastar Wi-Fi solutions would completely change your idea that, how the technology is used today in a fast mode or advanced way. Beamforming is a specialized method of radio-frequency transmission used in Marvell Wi-Fi access points. The Beamforming is enhancing the signal reception at the client while extending Wi-Fi signal coverage by two to four times. Really, a completely different and high technology that used today. If, you want to know more about this, then go for a click here.
VIA – PRNewswire