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Saturday, January 05, 2013
Qualcomm StreamBoost Technology to Optimize Performance and Capacity of Home Networks


Qualcomm Atheros today introduced StreamBoost technology for Wi-Fi routers and gateways - a technology that intelligently manages a home's broadband connection to gives each device and each application the bandwidth it needs.

In conjunction with this introduction, Alienware and D-Link Systems, Inc. will be demonstrating StreamBoost routers based on Qualcomm VIVE 802.11ac technology for Gigabit-class Wi-Fi at International CES. StreamBoost routers will be available at themarket this spring at e-commerce and retail outlets in North America, Europe and Asia.

While the new 802.11ac standard was designed to address increasingly crowded networks, StreamBoost technology combined with 802.11ac promises to take networking to the next level.

"StreamBoost provides users with advanced control over their home networks to enable the first truly smart, connected homes," said Frank Azor , general manager, Alienware. "This technology will provide gamers with a more reliable and better performing online gaming experience, whether there are two, 12 or 20 devices using the network simultaneously."

Qualcomm StreamBoost also incorporates an opt-in, cloud-based service that continually increases the intelligence of the router, allowing new applications and devices to be identified and optimally managed as they are added to a network. Through StreamBoost's interface, users can view all computers, tablets, phones and other connected devices on the home's network - as well as the applications they are using, and the real-time bandwidth usage of each application and device - on.

Qualcomm Atheros will be demonstrating VIVE 802.11ac router products and StreamBoost technology in the Qualcomm exhibit at 2013 International CES in Las Vegas on January 8-11 (LVCC, South Hall 3 30313).


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