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First commercial 802.11ax Wi-Fi carrier gateway gets release

7 monthes ago   |   By Tech Radar

The first commercial carrier gateway based on the new 802.11ax standard will be made available to in Japan later this month. The BL100HW is based on Qualcomm's IPQ807x family of chipsets and has been designed by NEC. The gateway promises a fourfold increase in wireless networking throughput, boosting the efficiency and capacity of routers which have to deal with more bandwidth-intensive applications and ever-increasing numbers of devices competing for connectivity.
802.11ax Wi-Fi
Qualcomm claims its chipsets can support up to 10Gbps WAN speeds and a peak rate of 6.5Gbps on Wi-Fi. The...
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