Airties Launches Wireless Connected TV Solution Air 4420
Airties a supplier of digital home wireless devices has release it latest wireless solution called Air4420. According to Airties the Air4420 works with network-enabled TVs, media players as well as IPTV or hybrid SAT/Cable/DTT set-top boxes to connect to other home devices and the internet. It is UPnP compatible and with the addition of an external drive the Air4420 can act as an UPnP media server, enabling you to play music, show videos and photos on UPnP AV compatible TVs and Media Players.
The Air4420 is able to stream HD videos to HD capable television. The Air4420 operates at 5GHz frequency, offering 22 channels free of interfering, so some of the interference that beset other adapter is not a problem to the Air4420, with wireless speed of up to 300Mbps, you should be able to watch bandwidth hungry.
For homes with multiple TVs in upstairs rooms, wireless repeaters can be added to extend the wireless range and their settings will be automatically propagated to all network devices using AirTies’ wireless mesh technology.
With its advance packet and bandwidth management technology – its reliability is guarantee with zero packet loss. Air4420 also has Airties Dynamic Channel Change technology, which allows the device to “continually monitors for the best channel to deliver the highest quality of service for wireless video or Web TV viewing.”
“The Air 4420 device is bringing to the market the next generation of wireless home networking solutions by allowing the consumer to share video content wirelessly around the home network, offering the ability to consume data on whichever medium is most convenient; whether on the PC, TV, or even your game console,” said Bulent Celebi, AirTies CEO.
“Its ‘One Touch’ easy installation removes a significant deployment barrier to operators and makes it viable for mass distribution as a retail product. For the homeowner it removes the need to uproot flooring and install expensive and messy cables; it is the ultimate move forward in making the connected home a reality.” added Bulent.