Qualcomm and other manufacturers begin work on the Wi-Fi 7 chip

According to industry sources, major chip companies are already working on the Wi-Fi 7 standard (802.11b). Giants like Qualcomm , MediaTek, and Broadcom would enter the early stages of development for the next generation of Wi-Fi chips.

These companies are known to have supplied wireless chips to various other companies, including PC and notebook manufacturers , including ASUS, Acer, HP and others.


Major chip makers begin work on the Wi-Fi 7 standard

Wi-Fi 7 chips are also expected to arrive on smartphones , tablets and other products such as Wi-Fi routers and will likely offer improved data rates, however they may also increase wireless range.

Unfortunately, the sources do not cite more precise details on this topic, so we will have to wait for further updates.

An indiscretion dating back to January stated what can be expected from the Wi-Fi 7 standard. Compared to the current Wi-Fi 6 wireless connection protocol (802.11x), the new standard promises almost tripled speed and can reach the 30 Gbps peak. Among the objectives of Wi-Fi 7 there would be not only performance, but also the containment of energy consumption.

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