Broadcom released Wi-Fi 7 router processor: supports 11500 gigabits and eight network ports
Broadcom released Wi-Fi 7 router processor: supports 11500 gigabits and eight network ports.
The top speed is 11,500 gigabits! Broadcom released Wi-Fi 7 router processor: supports eight network ports.
Wi-Fi 7 is about to come, and various industry giants are rushing to the beach one after another, such as MediaTek’s world-first successful demonstration , such as Qualcomm’s world-first new solution , such as H3C’s world-first enterprise-level AP …
On April 12, Broadcom released a complete set of Wi-Fi 7 wireless solutions, including six different products, which it claims to be the world’s first commercially available Wi-Fi 7 ecosystem.
The top speed is 11,500 gigabits! Broadcom releases Wi-Fi 7 router processor: supports eight network ports
The first is four Wi-Fi AP products, of which BCM6726 and BCM67263 are aimed at the home market , supporting 160MHz and 320MHz channels respectively.
The latter also supports 6GHz frequency band, and the maximum rate of PHY physical layer is 5.75Gbps and 11.5Gbps.
The BCM43720 and BCM43740 are aimed at the enterprise market , with a maximum speed of 2.88Gbps and 11.5Gbps respectively.
” BCM4916 ” is an integrated network processor, based on which Broadcom has also built a Wi-Fi 7-way reference design.
This is a quad-core SoC with ARMv8 architecture , integrating 64KB L1 cache, 1MB L2 cache, and a maximum computing power of 24K DMIPS.
Simultaneously integrates DI-XPDP (Dual Transmit Runner Packet Processor), one NBASE-T 10GbE PHY Ethernet physical layer, four 1GbE PHY physical layers, three USXGMII interfaces, two USB controllers, four PCIe controllers, 32 -bit DDR3/DDR4 cache interface.
With one BCM673263 4×4 and two BCM6726 4×4, it can support 320MHz 6GHz, 320MHz 5GHz, 2.4GHz frequency band and bandwidth, and support two 10G, two 2.5G, four 1G total eight network ports.
The last is ” BCM4398 “, which integrates Wi-Fi 7 and Bluetooth 5 at the same time for mobile devices such as smartphones .
Wi-Fi 7 supports dual streams, 320MHz bandwidth, and 6.50Gbps PHY physical layer rate.
It also has a feature of extremely low latency, less than 1 millisecond in the 6GHz band.