High-speed data to our homes and devices using the 60 GHz band
Peraso’s consumer products are among the first to achieve the Wi-Fi Alliance’s new WiGig CERTIFIED™ designation. The multi-gigabit speed of WiGig 60 GHz chips allow us to completely rethink technologies still tethered to wires, such as virtual reality, media streaming, wireless back-up and video monitoring.
Legacy devices can even be upgraded with the Peraso WiGig USB Adapter.learn more
In the wireless broadband market, the 60 GHz band is viewed as a primary technology choice for small cell backhaul and wireless internet service providers. Peraso offers various 60 GHz products and solutions that can provide carriers with viable, cost effective options to traditional backhaul methods.
Peraso circuits deliver high-speed broadband to replace the costly need for fiber.learn more
One Platform, Many Solutions
Peraso’s world-class, 60 GHz IEEE802.11ad WiGig platform:
Real-time, low latency, wireless communication.
Unleashing Wireless With an Intelligent Chipset
‘W’ Series Chips
Peraso’s ‘W’ series chips enable wireless data transfer in excess of 7 Gbits per second for consumer electronics. At those speeds, wireless 4k displays become possible, as does wireless data storage and SuperSpeed USB Wi-Fi adapters.View our ‘W’ series products
‘X’ Series Chips
Peraso’s ‘X’ series chips were the world’s first production WiGig solution for the infrastructure market. They enable rapid deployment of wireless networks in most major geographic markets, compliant with the WiGig 1.3 and 802.11ad specifications.View our ‘X’ series products
Peraso in the Media
The Globe & Mail
"A Toronto startup looking to challenge computer chip giants Qualcomm Inc. and Intel Corp. in the wireless market has raised US$42-million in a venture capital deal. Its semiconductors promise to offset increasingly congested wireless networks and hot spots as data usage soars, and it is one of just three companies offering a new type of chip expected to be key for next-generation 5G wireless networks."
"The financing provides enough to get to a positive cash flow position, supporting the ramp-up of its 802.11ad products, the development of 802.11ay products and the ongoing expansion of the company to support those activities."
"Canada-based 60 GHz (mmWave) chipset startup Peraso has landed $42 million US dollars in additional financing, the company said in a press release today. The deal signifies renewed and significant investor confidence in the future of unlicensed mmWave technology."
"The chipset is designed to allow networking in the 60 GHz band, which according to the company is less prone to interference than existing 2.4/5 GHz bands, which are saturated with users."
"The additional capacity provided by 2 GHz channels (100x the size of channels at 2.4 and 5 Ghz) meant that this high-speed file-swapping could take place in the background while a 4K movie was streaming over the same link without a hiccup."
Research & Markets
"For backhaul, where the power and performance requirements are higher, there’s room for other technologies and competitors. Peraso Technologies is one that is already well positioned, with several design wins for its X710 chipset."
The Wall Street Journal
"This is the promise of WiGig. It’s sometimes described as the next generation of Wi-Fi, but that isn’t accurate. Until now, each new variant of Wi-Fi improved upon the last, but this one, known to nerds as 802.11ad, has a special purpose."
"Canada-based 60GHz WiGig (IEEE 802.11ad) wireless IC solution developer Peraso Technologies has been cooperating with many VR hardware makers to develop WiGig wireless VR devices including head-mounted displays, as well as WiGig-enabled games consoles, gaming PCs and notebooks, and USB Dongles."