TP-Link announced an expandable home Wi-Fi system

TP-Link announced an expandable home Wi-Fi system. It covers 400 square meters and is completely protected. The TP-Link network has demonstrated a new Wi-Fi Deco M5 Whole-Home wireless home system and the Archer C5400X quad-core router, which the manufacturer claims to be the most powerful in the world, at the IFA 2017 in Berlin.  The Deco M5 is a network Wi-Fi network solution that provides full wireless home coverage and TP-Link HomeCare security features, built-in anti-virus system and Trend Micro security software. The Deco M5 features a quad-core processor and full home Wi-Fi technology. The two-lane AC1300 can reach speeds of up to 400Mbps in the 2.4GHz band and 867Mbps in the 5GHz band, using MU-MIMO technology to quickly transfer data to multiple devices simultaneously. The system consists of three modules that are personalized to the needs of users and offers a total coverage of over 400 square meters. The network can be built up to 10 Deco M5 devices.
The TP-Link Adaptive Routing Technology (ART) technology provides maximum speed by identifying and selecting the fastest way to connect devices to the network. TP-Link also announced the first quad-core wireless tri-band MU-MIMO Gigabit Router AC5400. In addition to Broadcom's 64-bit 1.8GHz processor, the device is equipped with 3 other dedicated CPUs and the total number of cores is 7.
The marquee is the most powerful WLAN equipment in the industry for end users, TP-Link points out. The device provides a speed of 1000Mbps in the 2.4GHz and 2167Mbps bandwidth for each of the 5GHz 4K streaming strips, online games or applications. It also allows wireless connection of up to 90 devices, depending on the type of traffic. The Archer C5400X is also the first TP-Link portfolio with 16GB internal memory, a hardware accelerator VPN, Link Aggregation and 8 LAN ports, the company said.

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