Celeno Communications has raised $38 million in funding to help build smart Wi-Fi chips and software.
The Ra’anana, Israel-based company will use the money to grow its range of products based on 802.11ac Wave 2 wireless networking technology, which aims to disrupt traditional Wi-Fi networking. The company’s Quicksilver tech is designed for dense networks with lots of interference. It also does real-time spectrum analysis — to figure out where the interference is –and software-defined Wi-Fi virtualization, using its OtimizAIR technology. And its ControlAIR technology enables gigabit Wi-Fi coverage using “small cell” architecture. That basically means it has figured out how to unclog Wi-Fi networks.
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