- The backing of Wi-Fi is afoot and is set to expand robustly.
- WAP-5945 is a robust extender for applications warranting bandwidth, including online gaming, 4K video streaming.
Comtrend has come up with a novel Wi-Fi 6 product line after teaming up with ON Semiconductor. The product incorporates a Gigabit Passive Optical Network (GPON), the GRG-4281 and a wireless access extender/point. These products are believed to have been propelled by ON Semiconductor 5*5 MIMO (multi-input and multi-output) QSR5G-AX Plus chipsets that provide advanced features to bolster connected home with increased speed, efficiency, range, reliability and security.
The backing of Wi-Fi network solution is afoot and is set to expand robustly as advanced bandwidth-intensive applications persist to spur the ever-increasing demand for in-home Wi-Fi coverage. Apparently, service providers need Wi-Fi 6-ready consumer premise equipment in projection of the coming generation of client devices.
According to reports, the integrated access device also underpins VoIP and remote management utilities, including TR-069 meant for maintenance and network provision. Meanwhile, both WAP-5945 and GRG-4281 are replete with user-friendly designs. The former functions in dual-band dual-concurrent (DBDC) 5GHz and 2.4GHz bands, with a PHY rate of 5.4 Gbps.
It is worth mentioning that the WAP-5945 has been a robust extender which offers state-of-the-art performance for applications warranting bandwidth, including online gaming, 4K video streaming. Prominently, it can also build a Mesh network to bolster Wi-Fi performance and coverage.
Director of Marketing at Comtrend Edward Yu noted that the company has been teaming up with ON Semiconductor for generations of networking products. He was quoted expressing ecstasy to have been provided the opportunity to offer state-of-the-art solution to keep up with the demands for Wi-Fi 6 upgrades in the mainstream market. He later confirmed that subscribers can reap benefits of the novel standard by either adding an extender or replacing a legacy gateway.