Telenor Sweden, one of Sweden’s major operators, has
selected IntenoZAP100, powered by Celeno’s video-grade Wi-Fi technology to
wirelessly stream HD IPTV to multiple screens within subscriber homes.
Celeno Communications, a provider of high performance
Wi-Fi chipsets, and Inteno, a major supplier of broadband and triple-play
equipment has jointly made the announcement.
Telenor will provide its Swedish subscribers with a
cost-effective, self-installable wireless home networking solution through its
wholly owned subsidiary, Bredbandsbolaget.
Designed for easy self-installation and remote
management, the ZAP100 is a robust solution that is truly plug-and-play,
delivering HD and SD IPTV video streams from Ethernet-equipped broadband
gateways or DVRs to multiple IP set-top boxes,” said Conny Franzen, CEO of
Celeno’s OptimizAIR continues to be the
technology-of-choice for operators who want to provide subscriber customers
with video-grade Wi-Fi home networks. With its agreement to provision customers
with the Inteno device, Telenor becomes the 75th operator to deploy Celeno
technology, representing a major milestone for the chipset company.
Having now been selected by 75 carriers around the
world, Celeno has unmistakably demonstrated that its chip portfolio and
embedded technology is established as the world-class solution for distributing
video in the home,” said Gilad Rozen, CEO of Celeno.
Inteno and Celeno have partnered to deliver Wi-Fi based,
video-grade devices which are now deployed in multiple service providers across
Scandinavia. The ZAP-100 video bridge, announced earlier in 2011, provides
state of the art Wi-Fi performance with QoS optimized for carrier-grade video service.
Celeno’s Wi-Fi chip, integrated into the ZAP 100, is
powered by OptimizAIR technology, enabling the seamless and reliable
distribution of up to eight 1080p HD resolution video streams.
Last year, Celeno Communications had announced its association with Sigma Designs, a
provider of connected media platforms, to promote the delivery of wireless
connectivity to set-top boxes and connected media players.
By Telecomlead.com Team