Netgear launches USB-A adapter that brings WiFi 6E to Windows PCs
Netgear is attempting to promote WiFi 6E adoption by releasing a USB adapter that makes laptops and desktops compatible with WiFi 6E through a USB 3.x Type-A connection.
WiFi 6E devices are already accessible to customers, although you wouldn't know it if you glanced around the ordinary home. De... Read more
MediaTek unveils two wifi 7 chipsets
MediaTek unveiled two chipsets for wifi 7. The Filogic 880 is suitable for access points, routers and gateways. The Filogic 380 supports clients.
The chipsets are designed to support wifi 7 in access points (Filogic 880) and clients (Filogic 380), including smartphones and laptops. The release d... Read more
AMD and Qualcomm to introduce wifi 6, 6E and remote wifi management
The AMD Ryzen Pro 6000 will become the first chip to feature Qualcomm FastConnect 6900.
AMD and Qualcomm are collaborating to optimize Ryzen Pro business laptops with FastConnect 6900 wifi connectivity.
The optimization uses a 6GHz wireless band. It's speculated that FastConnect will offer i... Read more
Qualcomm launches first chipsets for wifi 7
Qualcomm recently presented a series of chipsets for WiFi 7. Qualcomm is one of several manufacturers preparing for the upcoming WiFi standard.
The new Network Pro Series Gen 3 platform consists of multiple WiFi 7 chipsets with a throughput of up to 33 Gpbs. This is a significant increase over W... Read more
Broadcom launches four chips for Wi-Fi 7 access points
Broadcom introduced four chips for Wi-Fi 7 access points. According to the organisation, the chips deliver twice the speed of current Wi-Fi 6 and 6E access points.
Every new Wi-Fi protocol is tested and certified by the Wi-Fi Alliance. The interest group has hundreds of members, including the wo... Read more
Juniper adds Wifi 6E, launches access points AP 45 and AP 34
Juniper Networks introduces two new access points: AP 45 and AP 34, the first Wifi 6E options in Juniper's portfolio.
The first Wifi 6E access points became available in May of this year. As such, Juniper is relatively late in joining the ranks of manufacturers offering the new standard. Underst... Read more
Wifi 6E: what is it, and is it relevant for your organization?
If you follow the wifi market, it probably hasn't escaped your notice that products with wifi 6E support are being introduced slowly but surely. What does that mean for you as a business? We decided to find out. After some thorough research and a good conversation with Dobias van Ingen (EMEA CTO of... Read more