Motorola Cable MG7550 16 x 4 cable modem plus AC1900 router has beaten top competitors ARRIS and NETGEAR in a new study performed by Netperian, an independent organization with expertise in real-world Wi-Fi equipment testing.
The report measured the Wi-Fi performance of three AC1900 cable modem/routers in real-world settings. When tested against the NETGEAR C7000 and the ARRIS SBG6900AC, the Motorola MG7550 16 x 4 cable modem with built-in AC1900 Wi-Fi router came out as the clear winner.
The Motorola Model MG7550 cable modem with built-in router supports modem speeds up to 686 Mbps. With its high-speed, IPv4 and IPv6 networking support and two-year warranty, the cable modem is built for use today and for years to come. The embedded AC1900 dual-band wireless router provides the range, wireless speeds and networking support needed for multimedia, internet video and high-performance networking in a home or office.
Both Power Boost and AnyBeam extend the range of the AC1900 dual-band wireless router. Power Boost technology amplifies the wireless signal to the legal limit in the U.S. AnyBeam implicit beamforming at 2.4 GHz and 5.0 GHz focuses the wireless signal toward the wireless clients. Together they provide reportedly the fastest and most robust connections over the largest possible range, for virtually all client types.