TP-Link introduces AC5400 wireless tri-band Gigabit router

Networking vendor touts AC5400 wireless tri-band Gigabit router at GITEX 2016

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TP-Link introduces AC5400 wireless tri-band Gigabit router The Archer C5400 has 4-Stream technology which further boosts speeds.
By Staff Writer Published  October 17, 2016

Networking and wireless solutions maker, TP-Link has introduced the AC5400 wireless tri-band Gigabit router, the Archer C5400. With the latest 802.11ac wireless technology, the Archer C5400 delivers tri-band speeds of up to 5400Mbps.

Three wireless channels transmit and receive data simultaneously and the on the 2.4GHz band as well two distinct 5GHz bands, which are significantly faster and more stable. 4-Stream Technology further boosts speeds by establishing up to four data streams on each wireless band and stabilising wireless communications on each.

The addition of MU-MIMO technology also helps to increase speed by allowing the router to serve multiple devices at the same time.

The 1.4GHz CPU and its three co-processors handle complex tasks and demanding applications with ease. NitroQAM Technology makes the processor more efficient, resulting in a 25% increase in overall wireless speeds. The eight antennas with Beamforming Technology detect the locations of connected devices and concentrate wireless signal strength toward them. This makes connections more efficient and stable, improving network performance, especially at greater ranges.

The Archer C5400 features four gigabit Ethernet ports. Setting up and controlling all of your wired and wireless connections is as easy as ever, thanks to the Archer C5400’s intuitive Tether app and the powerful web user interface.

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