RA'ANANA, Israel, September 6, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --
Celeno Communications, the leading provider of smart, managed Wi-Fi solutions, today announced that its high performance Wi-Fi chipsets and software technology will power the next generation Wireless Extenders in the home of customers of the Norwegian service provider, GET. Integrated with Celeno's technology, the ARRIS VAP4300 wireless extender will offer customers improved range and connections, delivering a superlative and seamless end user Wi-Fi experience.
With the proliferation of portable devices in the home with Wi-Fi connectivity, consumers are increasingly expecting fast and reliable connectivity wherever they are in their home to support their growing appetite for high bandwidth applications. Recent ARRIS CEI research shows that 72 percent of people want high speed internet in every room and 54 percent want to extend their Wi-Fi beyond its current range. With over 95% of GET customers using wireless networks at home, a major area of frustration can arise when customers experience an unstable network, slower speeds and dead zones due to over-the-air traffic congestion, building construction and interference.
Celeno's smart Wi-Fi solutions enable the best end-user Wi-Fi experience currently available to any location in a subscriber home to ensure the best possible performance for service providers' Wi-Fi customers.
"We are delighted that Celeno's solution has been chosen by GET, one of the world's most advanced providers," said Gilad Rozen, CEO and Founder of Celeno. "This partnership continues to cement Celeno's reputation as the leader of smart, managed Wi-Fi solutions and will enable the delivery of the best end-user Wi-Fi experience to any location in the homes of millions of Norwegian citizens."
"Our customers expect fast, reliable wireless coverage wherever they are in their homes and Get is focused on delivering this seamless coverage. With the VAP4300 extender powered by Celeno's smart Wi-Fi technology, we are able to optimize the home Wi-Fi network and ensure subscriber satisfaction," said Dan Ramunddal, CTO, GET. "We can ensure that our subscribers enjoy a reliable and stable Wi-Fi experience and there is no doubt that Celeno's products play an integral role in that."
About Celeno Communications
Celeno is the leading provider of smart, managed Wi-Fi solutions. Celeno's extensive 802.11ac chip portfolio and ground-breaking software technologies are designed to excel in real life, highly-interfered dense network scenarios, delivering the level of management, performance, speed, coverage, reliability and superlative user experience demanded by Wi-Fi users. Celeno's field-proven chips and software technology have been successfully integrated into numerous OEM Wi-Fi devices and have been deployed in tens of millions of homes around the world by almost 100 leading service providers worldwide. Founded in 2005 and backed by blue chip investors, Celeno is a well-established company headquartered in Ra'anana, Israel, with a global presence and offices in the US, EMEA and Asia Pacific.
GET is a leading fibre-based broadband and content provider in Norway, and in recent years we have won a number of "test winner" awards for ease of use, innovative products and excellent customer service. A total of 500,000 homes and business are connected to GET's fibre-based network, and more than 1 million private and business customers use our services on a daily basis. GET's services are provided across different fiber technologies, which ensure customers huge capacity and opportunities for the best experiences - now and in the future. Our customers have access to one of the country's fastest broadband networks, among Norway's largest selection of digital TV channels and a separate film store with more than 6,000 rental titles. All Get customers with broadband can also view TV channels on tablets and smartphones, and remotely control their GET PVR using the new TV app. On September 15th 2014 GET was bought by TDC, and has now become a part of Scandinavia's largest digital television and broadband company.
SOURCE Celeno Communications