MediaTek Client and Access Point Included in Wi-Fi CERTIFIED ac Test Bed

20th June 2013
Posted By : ES Admin
MediaTek is pleased to announce today that its Dual Band 802.11ac Reference Access Point and Dual Band 802.11ac Reference STA have been chosen by the Wi-Fi Alliance for inclusion in the Wi-Fi CERTIFIED ac test bed.
As part of the test bed, MediaTek has again proven itself as a provider of benchmark implementations for next generation wireless connectivity technology such as Wi-Fi CERTIFIED ac.

“We congratulate MediaTek on achieving selection to the Wi-Fi CERTIFIED ac test bed,” said Wi-Fi Alliance President and CEO Edgar Figueroa. “MediaTek’s participation in the development of this program has been instrumental in the achievement of an industry-wide certification for this revolutionary new Wi-Fi technology.”

“MediaTek is committed to bringing performance and innovation in the wireless connectivity space to a larger audience,” said SR Tsai, General Manager of MediaTek’s Wireless Connectivity & Networking Business Unit. “Having actively driven the development of the Wi-Fi CERTIFIED ac test bed, MediaTek has played an important role in proposing fundamental elements of the underlying protocol and driving interoperability testing needed to make the Wi-Fi CERTIFIED ac suitable for next generation gigabit wireless connections.

MediaTek’s products featured in the Wi-Fi CERTIFIED ac test bed will deliver the full potential of 802.11ac by providing rapid connectivity, extended range, and improved reliability while ensuring the ultimate end-user experiences.

Building on its proven technology, MediaTek recently announced the launch of its innovative MT7612x series, the new 2x2 802.11ac Wi-Fi chipset solutions designed for today’s high volume dual band AP routers, USB dongles and broadband devices.

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