10 Gigabit Wi-Fi Connections May Be Available by 2015!
In recent years we’ve been a massive surge in internet connectivity and technology, allowing us to reach speeds that most of us never even dreamt of a few years ago. Although internet speed has been on the rise, Wi-Fi technology has not always kept up with demands- but all that might be about to change.
You may be one of fiber internet’s early adopters, enjoying upload and download speeds of up to 1 gigabit per second, but that doesn’t mean very much if your router isn’t capable of transferring data that quickly. Lately, hardware manufacturers have had to scramble to keep up with the sudden demand created by super-high-speed services such as Google Fiber. The latest routers are able to keep up with gigabit Ethernet connections, but manufacturer Quantenna Communications aims to set the bar higher than ever.
Quantenna have announced that the company is currently working on a chipset which will be capable of delivering 10 gigabits per second via a Wi-Fi connection. Best of all, this astounding router is expected to hit markets by 2015, offering faster internet connections for Wi-Fi users around the world.