Broadcom is sampling five chips for the Wi-Fi 7 ecosystem, spanning routers, residential gateways, enterprise access points, and client devices. These chips more than double the speed of Wi-Fi 6 and 6E devices currently on the market, while providing low-latency communications and extended range.
The Wi-Fi 7 portfolio includes two devices for the residential access point market (BCM67263 and BCM6726), two for the enterprise access point market (BCM43740 and BCM43720), and one integrated Wi-Fi 7 and Bluetooth 5 combo chip optimized for mobile handset applications (BCM4398). All of the chips comply with IEEE and WFA Wi-Fi 7 specifications, while the BCM4398 combo chip also supports the Bluetooth Denver standard.
The Broadcom devices provide channel bandwidth up to 320 MHz and 4096-QAM modulation, which together more than double the throughput of Wi-Fi 6E. Enterprise and residential networks also benefit from the chips’ Wi-Fi 7 multi-link operation (MLO) capabilities. MLO allows devices to aggregate channels and to rapidly switch between channels, useful for high-density and congested networks.
Broadcom is currently sampling its Wi-Fi 7 chips to early access partners and customers in the mobile, enterprise, service provider, and retail segments. Contact a Broadcom sales representative for samples and pricing.
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