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Qualcomm Atheros' 802.11ac ecosystem to span all wireless networking

Qualcomm Atheros announces its extensive support for the upcoming 802.11ac wireless networking standard.

By February 23, 2012


Qualcomm Atheros unveils Killer networking controller

Qualcomm Atheros announces its new Killer Wireless-N 1202 Wi-Fi Module and the Killer E2200 Ethernet Controller that are optimized for gaming, video, and audio.

By April 19, 2012


Qualcomm to buy Atheros for $3.1 billion

The acquisition will give Qualcomm access to wireless LAN, Ethernet, Bluetooth, GPS, passive optical networking, and powerline technologies.

By January 5, 2011


Atheros combines power line, Wi-Fi, Ethernet

Company intros a new networking solution that combines Ethernet, Wi-Fi, and power line into one robust product for the home.

By October 18, 2010


Atheros ships 3-stream wireless N chips

Atheros debuts its first 3-Stream 802.11n router/gateway solution that offers a 50-percent improvident in performance over range.

By June 1, 2010


Qualcomm's vision: A Snapdragon processor in your TV?

CNET chats with the head of Qualcomm's Atheros unit about his vision to not only provide a wireless connection to each device, but an intelligent processor as well.

By November 15, 2011


Atheros launches new energy-efficient WLAN chip for mobile devices

Atheros introduces new WLAN chip for mobile devices that uses 20 percent less energy and comes in a tiny form factor.

By November 2, 2009


Atheros releases first Wireless-N/Bluetooth combo minicard

Atheros adds both Bluetooth and Wireless-N to a portable computer via a single mini PCI add-in card.

By September 15, 2009


Legal vetting clears open-source project--again

The Software Freedom Law Center declares the OpenHAL wireless network driver doesn't infringe copyright of Atheros' proprietary software.

By July 31, 2007


AirPort incompatibility with Atheros chipsets (commonly used in D-Link routers)

AirPort incompatibility with Atheros chipsets (commonly used in D-Link routers)

By August 9, 2004