Semiconductors and Semiconductor Equipment
Company Overview of Quantenna Communications, Inc.
Quantenna Communications, Inc. develops semiconductor solutions for Wi-Fi networks. It offers 4x4 multiple-input and multiple-output Wi-Fi home-networking chipsets; multi-core semiconductor architecture; an advanced Wi-Fi analytics platform; a digital beamforming and support solution; and a Wave 2 802.11 solution. The company offers its products for retail, OEM, home networking, cable and satellite service providers, telecom, carrier, consumer electronics, and enterprise applications. It sells products through distributors worldwide. The company was founded in 2006 and is headquartered in Fremont, California with additional offices in Australia, China, and Taiwan.
3450 West Warren Avenue
Fremont, CA 94538
Founded in 2006
Key Executives for Quantenna Communications, Inc.
Chief Executive Officer and Director
Vice President of Operations & Quality
Senior Vice President of Marketing & Business Development
Vice President Customer Engineering
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Quantenna Communications, Inc. Key Developments
Quantenna Communications, Inc. Presents at 27th Annual ROTH Conference, Mar-09-2015 10:00 AM
Feb 13 15
Quantenna Communications, Inc. Presents at 27th Annual ROTH Conference, Mar-09-2015 10:00 AM. Venue: The Ritz Carlton, 1 Ritz Carlton Dr, Dana Point, CA 92629, United States.
Quantenna Communications, Inc. and Lantiq Offer State of the Art 802.11ac 4x4 System Solution for Ethernet Routers
Jan 5 15
Quantenna Communications, Inc. and Lantiq announced the availability of a joint system solution to address the Ethernet Retail Router market. The solution combines Quantenna’s QSR1000 4x4 802.11ac with the Lantiq’s GRX300 communications processor family and brings ultra-high performance Wi-Fi technology to the mid-range Ethernet Retail Router market. Today’s AC1750 and AC1900 mid-end routers are offering only 3x3 802.11ac. The Lantiq /Quantenna AC2000 solution boosts the 5GHz Wi-Fi performance by offering 4x4 11ac including MU-MIMO, while optimizing the 802.11n Wi-Fi towards the existing 1x1 and 2x2 clients. The joint system solution creates a whole new category of mid-range Ethernet Router products and will help Ethernet Router customers to clearly differentiate their product from existing solutions. The modular reference design connects the highly integrated Lantiq GRX300 to the Quantenna QSR1000 using 1RGMII or 2 RGMII. Thanks to the unique 802.11ac offloading capabilities, the Quantenna/Lantiq solution removes prevalent 802.11ac throughput bottle necks of today’s Wi-Fi products. In addition, Lantiq’s AnyClient™ beamforming technology actively extends the 11n Wi-Fi reach and improves data rates throughout the homes. Cost and footprint optimization is enabled by the integration of 2x2 Wi-Fi 11n into the Lantiq Network processor, which optimizes the support of all existing 1x1 and 2x2 Wi-Fi clients. The QSR1000 chipset is a perfect match with Lantiq’s powerful GRX300 network processor family. Pre-integration on the system level has been achieved and the platform is available for customer designs now. First designs are expected to be available in retail stores in mid-2015.
Quantenna Communications, Inc. Launches Advanced Data Analytics Platform for the Most Guaranteed Up-Time in Wi-Fi
Jan 5 15
Quantenna Communications, Inc. announced at CES both the availability and demonstration of the most advanced and robust network optimization system that will once and for all address Wi-Fi connection concerns for service providers customers. MAUI is a cloud-based Wi-Fi analytics platform, enabling service providers to deliver real-time, automated Wi-Fi monitoring, optimization, and self-healing to their customers around the clock to consistently offer the best Wi-Fi experience. MAUI monitors for problems or anomalies within customers Wi-Fi networks, diagnoses the issue and automatically makes real-time fixes, without the customer ever being inconvenienced. Powerful analytic algorithms can also detect trends using historical data to offer advance warning of any potential problems that may appear in the future. All of these capabilities are seamlessly integrated independent of Wi-Fi chipset vendor. The end result – service providers see reduced costs due to decreased support calls and service truck deployments, while subsequently providing their customers with a better overall experience. Leveraging Quantenna’s deep understanding of Wi-Fi technology and algorithms, MAUI’s cloud-based analytics offers the best-in-class data analysis to detect and mitigate network issues, such as traffic congestion, bottlenecking during peak hours, poor router placement and client interferences. This becomes especially important when each customer support call received and truck rollout results in an extra cost to the provider. By deploying this unique and fully scalable cloud-based product, service providers will now be able to offer a true differentiator to their customers: the most up-time in Wi-Fi. MAUI is currently available and being trialed by service providers in select markets, worldwide. Quantenna anticipates this new technology to be rolled out in these markets in 2015.
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