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.