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Quantenna Offerd Super Low Latency Full-HD Wireless Video Over 802.11n Networks

12/17/08 - Quantenna Communications, Inc., a developer of silicon for intelligent high speed wireless networking, announced a partnership with W&W Communications, Inc., the leader in super low latency, full-HD H.264 video codecs, to deliver high definition television (HDTV) over plug-and-play standards-based Wi-Fi networks.

The combination of 802.11n Wi-Fi and H.264 will allow consumer electronics manufacturers to develop products that enable standard home wireless networks to deliver multiple, simultaneous and interference-free HD-quality video streams throughout the entire home, eliminating the need for propriety short-range wireless HD video solutions.

Consumer electronics vendors are seeking standards-based 802.11n intelligent high-speed wireless solutions that can provide ultra reliability, predictable bandwidth and unprecedented high speed performance for real-time video distribution and next-generation gaming, multimedia and HD entertainment in the home. Today, only proprietary wireless solutions can deliver error-free HD-quality video streams throughout the home because of the extreme bandwidth requirements and numerous interference and performance limitations inside homes.

By combining ultra reliable, high bandwidth standards-based 802.11n solutions with super low latency H.264 codec technology, consumer electronics manufactures now have a way to provide predictable bandwidth with imperceptible latency for flawless high-quality video without artifacts and degradation. This unique combination of technologies will enable consumer electronics manufacturers to build solutions that will fuel the adoption of standard Wi-Fi to deliver interoperable, reliable and real-time high quality HD video simultaneously to HDTV displays anywhere, in any size home.

To meet manufacturers' needs, Quantenna is blending its high performance 4x4 MIMO 802.11n solution -- which features transmit beamforming, vector mesh routing and up to 600 Mbps data throughput -- with W&W Communications' super low latency H.264 video codecs that provide unmatched level of video compression at the sub 10 millisecond latency range. With this combination of technologies, Quantenna is able to provide significant reliability, coverage and performance advantages to deliver many simultaneous and error-free HD-quality video streams throughout the entire home over competitive proprietary solutions.

Quantenna and W&W Communications are developing a complete reference design to ensure that Quantenna's QHS series of chipsets are compatible with W&W Communications Super Low Latency (SLL) Technology™ and standards-compliant H.264 codec technology, which is designed specifically for use by top-tier consumer electronics manufacturers.

"Pairing W&W Communications' industry-leading super low latency, full-HD H.264 video codecs with our QHS series of ultra reliable and high performance chipsets offers our customers a complete, standards-based solution for delivering multiple and simultaneous wireless HD video streams within any home, anywhere," said Dr. Behrooz Rezvani, Quantenna's founder and CEO. "W&W Communications is gaining tremendous momentum among the foremost consumer electronic vendors. We view this partnership as a tremendous opportunity to help accelerate the widespread adoption of standard Wi-Fi for video distribution in the home, making it the clear choice over proprietary wireless HD solutions on the market today."

"Quantenna's integration of our super low latency H.264 video codecs supports our commitment to providing the best-in-class wireless HD video experience for consumers," said Lars Herlitz, CEO at W&W Communications. "By bundling these technologies, we are providing device manufacturers with a total video-over-Wi-Fi solution that will enable superior, interference-free HD-quality video streams in their next-generation of products. The combined solution from W&W Communications and Quantenna clearly offers the most beneficial and most complete standards-based wireless HD solutions available today."

Keywords: wireless networking, communications inc, silicon, quantenna, high speed, partnership, mesh networks

By Robert Hoskins

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