Edgewater’s MCSR™ maps to emerging Dual Channel WiFi standard
July 24, 2019 – Atlanta, USA and Ottawa, Canada – Wireless Broadband Alliance (WBA) and Edgewater Wireless Systems Inc. (YFI; TSX.V) (OTCQB: KPIFF), the industry leader in innovative Wi-Fi Multi-Channel Single Radio (MCSR™) for residential and commercial markets, today discuss Edgewater’s MSCR™ technology in light of the emerging Dual Channel Wi-Fi standard in an interview from the Wireless Global Congress in Atlanta, USA.
“Tackling some of the biggest issues facing the multi-billion dollar global Wi-Fi industry – latency and congestion – the Dual Channel Wi-Fi specification can take advantage of one or more downlink channels and can utilize our MCSR™ in new and creative ways,” said Eric Smith, VP Product for Edgewater Wireless. “It’s an exciting development for Edgewater and offers a powerful solution for all Wi-Fi verticals including the residential market.”
Watch the WBA’s video here.
About Edgewater Wireless
We make WiFi. Better.
Edgewater Wireless (www.edgewaterwireless.com) is the industry leader in innovative WiFi technology for residential and commercial markets. We deliver advanced silicon solutions designed to meet the high-density and high quality-of-service needs of service providers and their customers. With 24+ patents, Edgewater’s Multi-Channel, Single Radio (MCSR) technology revolutionizes WiFi with its aera™ access point product line, delivering next-generation WiFi today.
The best solution for High-Density WiFi networks, Edgewater provides reference designs for easy OEM integration, enabling service providers to plan, build and deploy reliable, high-capacity services to meet data demand in any environment, while fewer access points means lower deployment costs.
About Wireless Broadband Alliance (WBA)
Founded in 2003, the vision of the Wireless Broadband Alliance (WBA) is to drive seamless, interoperable service experiences via Wi-Fi within the global wireless ecosystem. WBA’s mission is to enable collaboration between service providers, technology companies and organizations to achieve that vision. WBA undertakes programs and activities to address business and technical issues, as well as opportunities, for member companies. WBA work areas include advocacy, industry guidelines, trials and certification. Its key programs include NextGen Wi-Fi, 5G, IoT, Testing & Interoperability and Roaming, with member-led Work Groups dedicated to resolving standards and technical issues to promote end-to-end services and accelerate business opportunities.