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Allied Telesis develops Network AI with Kyoto University

Thursday 29 September 2016 | 09:03 CET | News
Allied Telesis expanded its wireless products portfolio with the addition of a new technology that is designed to improve wireless networking performance. Called Network Artificial Intelligence (Network AI), the technology was developed jointly by engineers and researchers at Allied Telesis and Kyoto University. This new technology uses game theory to model the continuously changing relationship between access point location and signal strength requirements. Allied Telesis' portfolio also includes a traditional wireless platform, consisting of a TQ series access points, cloud-managed AP

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Companies: Allied Telesis
Countries: Japan / World
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