Wi-Fi CERTIFIED 7 Announced


Latest Wi-Fi technology offers increased performance.

The Wi-Fi Alliance has announced Wi-Fi CERTIFIED 7, bringing “powerful new features that boost Wi-Fi performance and improve connectivity across a variety of environments.”

According to the announcement, Wi-Fi 7 technology will deliver “higher data throughputs and support deterministic latency for sophisticated use cases that demand exceptional reliability.”

Advanced features, such as 320 MHz channels and multi-link operation, offer the following benefits:

  • 2x higher throughput
  • Deterministic latency and increased efficiency
  • 20% higher transmission rates
  • Enhanced spectral efficiency

Learn more from the Wi-Fi Alliance website.



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