Norwegian Operator GET Selects Celeno's Advanced Technology to Optimize Wi-Fi Network

9 September 2016
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Norwegian Operator GET Selects Celeno's Advanced Technology to Optimize Wi-Fi Network Image Credit: Celeno

Norwegian service provider, GET has selected Celeno Communications' high performance Wi-Fi chipsets and software technology to power the next generation Wireless Extenders in the home of its customers. 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.

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.

Dan Ramunddal, CTO, GET
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.

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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