Qualcomm announced today that it will start rolling out its new IoT-enabled router with a new 802.11ac wireless chip called the Nusenda router.
The router uses the new chip, called Nusena Express, which Qualcomm claims will “enable faster wireless access across the whole range of devices and devices in the home and on the road.”
Nusena is the company’s new name for the NUsenda Router, which will also be called NUsena Express.
The NUsenta Express is a wireless router that uses an advanced 802.3ac WiFi chip called NUSENA Express.
It can support up to 10Gbps, with up to 100W of power consumption.
The new router will be available in a variety of configurations, including one with 802.15ac wireless, with the option to choose a different wireless configuration when connecting to the internet.
Nusenda Express is also available as a standalone router, which uses a standard 802.16ac WiFi chipset, with a range of speeds of up to 2.8Gbps.
That means that the router can be used as an access point for your TV, as well as for the internet and other devices.
The Nusendas Express router is designed for home use, but it will be used on devices running Android, Apple’s iOS, or Windows.
The company is also working on an Android device that uses the router, and the Nussendas Express is scheduled to launch in early 2019.
The device itself is just a tiny bit bigger than a regular router, measuring just 11 x 9 x 4.5 inches, and is available for preorder for $129.
The phone version will be called the Spectra Wireless Router, and it will support up with 4G LTE bands, with speeds up to 300Mbps.
Spectra Wireless is a company that uses its Nusanta Express chip to offer the Spectrum wireless network, which it says will be the fastest, most secure wireless network.
Nusencia Express will also work with the Spectras wireless network as well, with 3G, 4G, and 5G speeds available.
The phones Spectra wireless router and Nusna Express will be priced at $199.99 and $299.99.
The new Nusences Express router will support 802.17ac WiFi as well.
Nussena Express is designed to support up in the 30 to 100Mbps range, with 1,200Mbps of peak throughput.