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802.11ac Wi-Fi CPE shipments to capture 18% of the total 176 million access points in 2014, says ABI Research

Sep 26, 15:43

The worldwide Wi-Fi customer premises equipment (CPE) market is expected to grow 11% in 2014. According to ABI Research, total shipments of Wi-Fi access points, routers, and residential...

Handling the ever-increasing demand for wireless: Q&A with Broadcom VP Rahul Patel

Jun 3, 12:36

With the IT market shifting from PCs to mobile devices, there has been an increased appetite for support for Wi-Fi and wireless technologies such as Bluetooth and near field communication...

Rahul Patel, VP and general manager, wireless connectivity combo, Mobile and Wireless Group

D-Link launches 802.11ac wireless routers equipped with mydlink SharePort

Aug 26, 15:33

Networking/communication device vendor D-Link has launched 802.11ac wireless routers equipped with mydlink SharePort, an internally-developed personalized cloud computing-based data...

Over 45% of Wi-Fi chipsets in CE devices in 2017 to support 802.11ac, says IHS

Aug 14, 11:08

The increasing demand for bandwidth from mobile devices will spur the rapid adoption of next-generation Wi-Fi technology, with shipments of chipsets supporting the new 802.11ac standard...

Shipments of 802.11ac Wi-Fi find biting point in 43.3 million consumer AP market place, says ABI Research

Aug 9, 14:39

Worldwide consumer Wi-Fi customer premises equipment (CPE) shipments surpassed 43.3 million at the end of first-quarter 2013, a 16.8% increase from the fourth quarter of 2012. "802.11n...

Bringing 802.11ac to the mainstream: Broadcom VP Rahul Patel talks up 5G Wi-Fi

Jun 4, 21:00

Demand for video, especially high-definition video, is pushing players in the mobile telecom industry to continually seek new ways to increase bandwidth. On the network side, telecoms...

Broadcom VP Rahul Patel

802.11ac to become mainstream WLAN standard in 2013-2014, says Broadcom vice president

Jan 18, 10:47

802.11ac will become the mainstream WLAN technology standard as early as the second quarter of 2013 or as late as the first quarter of 2014, according to senior vice president Michael...

Broadcom senior vice president Michael Hurlston
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