Quantenna's products are not new to AnandTech. We had reviewed Netgear's 3DHD Wireless Home Theater Networking Kit back in 2011. The kit was based on Quantenna's 802.11n solution. Despite scheduling a briefing ahead of CES, we were caught unawares by the exciting QSR1000 4x4 802.11ac MIMO solution from Quantenna. Broadcom has managed to hold on to the high-end 802.11ac market for quite some time now, and it is refreshing to see competition for the high end. A point to be noted is that the Quantenna chipset provides 1.7 Gbps of theoretical bandwidth with the ac radios alone. The AC1900 and AC1750 solutions from Broadcom (and other vendors) are all based on a 3x3 802.11ac solution (1300 Mbps theoretical) and the rest being made up...
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