Life is bigger and faster these days - 4k movies and fast-action gaming on smartphones and smart TVs. The meteoric rise of connected devices and digital content is putting pressure on Wi-Fi networks. Qualcomm VIVE, a product of Qualcomm Atheros, Inc., delivers faster Wi-Fi so all of your devices can live large. It's Wi with a lot more Fi.
MU stands for the world’s most advanced 11ac. It can multitask like never before to multiply the performance for everyone on overcrowded networks. Thanks to a new feature called Multi-User MIMO, Wi-Fi networks can serve more devices at once. That means up to 3x faster Wi-Fi to every smartphone, computer and TV in your home. And when powered by Qualcomm® VIVE™ with MU | EFX, it means you’re experiencing Wi-Fi to its maximum effect.
MU means that your Wi-Fi can really multitask. It uses the most advanced 11ac on the planet – with a new feature called Multi-User MIMO serving more devices at once, instead of one at a time. So what does multitasking mean for you? 3x faster Wi-Fi for everyone and everything on your busy network.
MU means that you can multiply Wi-Fi performance. It uses 4 streams to boost peak speeds, and a new feature called Multi-User MIMO to unlock previously unused capacity by serving several devices at once. The result: 3X gains for every smartphone, tablet and TV on your increasingly crowded network.
How do you maximize your crowded network? First, use more streams to boost peak speeds. Then, tap into a new feature called Multi-User MIMO to serve multiple devices at once – instead of one-at-a-time. Squeezing the maximum efficiency from the airwaves can multiply performance and optimize experiences on even the busiest networks.
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