Qualcomm ® Small Cells

Bringing the network to you.

Qualcomm® Small Cells are a product of Qualcomm® Technologies, Inc.

Qualcomm ® VIVE ™

It's Wi with a lot more Fi.

Qualcomm VIVE and Qualcomm MU|EFX are products of Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.

Qualcomm ® WiPower ™

Power up without plugging in.

Qualcomm WiPower is a product of Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.

The next generation of Wi-Fi is here.

No matter if it’s connecting a smart home, enterprise, or single device, Qualcomm® VIVE™ allows Wi-Fi to work quickly and efficiently. This is especially true when looking at our latest tri-band solution, which combines the best of Qualcomm® VIVE™ 802.11ac technology, featuring Qualcomm® MU|EFX Multi-user MIMO, on the 5 GHz band with up to 4.6 Gbps speeds of Qualcomm® VIVE™ 802.11ad using the 60 GHz band and 802.11n for the traditional 2.4 GHz band. While MU-MIMO fundamentally changes how Wi-Fi works by serving multiple devices simultaneously, 802.11ad is capable of realizing multi-gigabit user speeds.

Make the most of your network.

From up to 3x higher speeds, fast downloads, improved coverage, and the long battery life of MU|EFX to extremely high capacity for 11ad, Qualcomm VIVE tri-band helps enable networks to offer very high capacity and enhanced user experiences.

Creating a world of possibilities.

Our vast offering of products and technologies are going far beyond the home and office to push entire industries into new worlds of networking possibility.

Devices enabled with VIVE

VIVE can be found in all kinds of cutting-edge devices. Here are just a few.

Netgear R7800

Featuring Qualcomm® MU|EFX MU-MIMO technology with 160 MHz support.

Linksys EA8500

Featuring Qualcomm® MU|EFX MU-MIMO technology.

Aruba 320 Series - Enterprise Access Point

Featuring Qualcomm® MU|EFX MU-MIMO technology.

Lumia 950

Featuring 2-stream Qualcomm® MU|EFX MU-MIMO technology.

Nexus 5x by Google

Featuring 2-stream Qualcomm® MU|EFX MU-MIMO technology.

Acer Aspire E Series Notebook

The first notebook to use VIVE MU-MIMO.

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