Bouygues Telecom Initiatives, the French operator’s start-up incubator in Wi-Fi technology, has opted for a new module from Celeno.
The telco has announced its next-generation Bbox will incorporate a concurrent dual band video-grade Wi-Fi module from the Israeli company.
The Celeno module is powered by its OptimizAIR technology, which improves connectivity speed and robustness to set-top boxes (STBs) , tablets, iPads and portable displays. It enables Bbox subscribers to consume broadcast video, VOD and DVR content on additional screens anywhere in the home while ensuring a perfect, flicker-free experience of the content.
“Combined with the power of Intel Groveland, Celeno’s revolutionary wireless technology will enable our customers to enjoy their HD content on multiple displays, without compromising on image quality and sound,” CEO Olivier Roussat explains.