5G WiFi will replace the last N standard. To-Broadcom There are the first chips that support it
Broadcom has released Press Release
In which it announces that 4 will launch new chips that will be able to operate in the 802.11ac standard to support guaranteed traffic speeds Networks
The 5G WiFi network will provide, at least on paper, data transfer speeds up to 3 times those made possible by Networks
802.11n, and saving power up to 6. In addition, the range of wireless networks will be increased and the high speeds will be maintained in larger ranges. In addition, the wireless networks will be more reliable and will lose less information packets.
The chips of Broadcom
Will be manufactured in the process of generating 40 nanometers, so they will occupy less space in today's mobile devices and consume less power. In addition, because of the higher speeds the information will be able to move more quickly and the mobile device will be able to insert the chip into sleep after a shorter period of time.
The first chip is the BCM4360 that will work with the PCIe interface and offer speeds of up to 1.3 Gigabit per second, after which we get the BCM4352 with the PCIe interface and the BCM43526 that will work via the USB interface and will offer speeds up to 876 . The last chip is the BCM43516, which will also work via a USB interface and offer speeds up to 433 megabits per second. Such speeds will allow you to stream a number Movies
HD quality simultaneously for several devices at the same time without any problem.
Broadcom said it is already transferring the chips to its business partners, but we still do not know when we will be able to see them on devices Mobile
Or in our wireless routers. In the meantime, we can be impressed by the chips and their performance at the upcoming CES show at the company's booth.
I wonder when Internet speeds in Israel will achieve the speeds of these wireless chips.