SPOTLIGHT: Wavion announces new type of WiFi access point

Start-up Wavion has introduced spatially adaptive metro WiFi access points and technology that use MIMO to increase coverage and throughput. Backed by more than $22 million in funding from blue-chip investors such as Sequoia Capital and Elron Electronics Industries, Wavion says one spatially adaptive AP does the work of three to four conventional APs, reducing service providers' capital and operating expenditures by 50 percent. Wavion says that means a single-radio solution can perform the same or better than next-generation multiple-radio solutions. Release

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