EG400 is Inteno’s next generation of flexible gateways within FTTH with the high-performance software iopsys inside. EG400 will provide for superior WiFi performance featuring a 4×4, 160MHz extended reach 5GHz interface. EG400 is flexible and versatile. One hardware supports Gigabit Ethernet, Point-to-Point FTTH and GPON (using GPON stick). EG400 supports MU-MIMO (Multi-User, Multiple-Input, Multiple Output),… Read more »
EX400 from Inteno is a high performance device, combining three areas of use in one device. It will give you great WiFi performance and trouble free installation. EX400 is developed to solve the most common problems in a wireless connected home, achieving full coverage and good performance. EX400 supports a range of use cases: It… Read more »
Inteno joins prpl Foundation to support development of open-source software for home gateways.
Wireless coverage in the home has become increasingly important, and we expect full wireless coverage for all our devices. A solution from Inteno and Domos Labs enables the operator to help their consumers achieving this expectation.
The Swedish computer magazine PC för Alla (”PC for everybody”) has, based on a press release from F-Secure, published an article regarding a security matter in routers. The Swedish technology company Inteno, with its own development of high-end router products and services, clarifies the information in the article.
The Stockholm based triple play and IoT innovation company Inteno, presents a full-fledged service delivery platform for the connected home at Smart Home World in London on June 21st & 22nd.
The investment fund Accent Equity 2012 has signed an agreement to acquire Inteno Broadband Technology and subsidiaries from KAMIC Group. Through the transaction, Inteno will become an independent entity in the Accent Equity 2012 fund. The company’s net sales amounts to approximately SEK 350 million.
The CES 2016 demo shows how a consumer using the Gigaset elements system can interact with different pushbuttons in the same way, regardless of the underlying technology. It is an indication how IoT (Internet of Things) will be experienced by consumers in a very near future.