Amped Wireless is making MU-MIMO affordable for home networks with the announcement of its Artemis series of wireless products, including a router, range extender and access point.
To minimize outlet obstruction, the new Amped Wireless REC22P Outlet Range Extender will feature both an outlet and a USB port.
Linksys announced that three of its routers, the WRT1900AC, WRT1200AC and the WRT1900ACS will receive DD-WRT support.
Linksys joins the race to make MU-MIMO widely available with two new routers, a range extender and a USB adapter. Additionally, Linksys's Smart-Wi-Fi app will receive a makeover.
The Wi-Fi Alliance approved the long range Wi-Fi "HaLow" standard, which will target embedded devices for smart homes, smart cities, connected cars, agriculture, and other low-power devices.
The DIR-885L/R is D-Link's latest MU-MIMO router and enters the product stack as the little brother of the DIR-890L/R.
Silverstone releases two antennas and a Wi-Fi base to help users with connectivity issues or those looking to increase performance.
TP-Link wants to simplify home networking for everyone by designing an AC1900 router that uses a touch screen interface.
ZyXEL just enabled service providers with the capability to distribute Wireless AC Wave 2 residential gateways to their ISP customers.
The Indiegogo funds raised for the Turris Omnia router has almost doubled the original fixed goal of $100,000.
Amped Wireless announced it is now shipping the TAP-EX3 HighPower AC1750 Touch Screen Wi-Fi Range Extender, a wireless solution that the company said adds additional coverage of up to 12,000 sq ft.
TP-Link added two new Wireless AC range extenders, the AC1750 RE450 and the AC1900 RE580D, to its current lineup of home networking products.
Project Loon, now under Alphabet (the new parent holding company of Google), partnered with three telecommunications firms from Indonesia to bring Internet access to over 100 million users.
Linksys added two new mid-range dual-band Wi-Fi range extenders, the AC750 RE6300 and the AC1200 RE6400, to its growing family of wireless networking products for the home.
Imagination announced that its upcoming Creator Ci40 developer board will support Google's IoT-focused Brillo operating system, OpenWrt, as well as Debian.