Intel intends to bring Wi-Fi 7 on the market by 2024. According to a source, Wi-Fi 7’s processing speed (802.11be), will be twice that of Wi-Fi 6E (i.e. 5.8 Gbps.
Intel Wi-Fi 802.11be is currently being developed. It will be certified by Wi-Fi Alliance. We expect to have the technology in laptops as early as 2024. We anticipate mass adoption by 2025
Wi-Fi 7 will offer a more stable bandwidth of 6GHz and support data speeds up to 36Gbps. Wi-Fi 7, as previously reported, will double the channel width to 320 MHz and introduce 4kQAM higher order modulation. Wi-Fi 7 will also have another important feature, the ability to optimize and manage the spectrum bands. Multi-link operation (MLO) will be the name of this function. MLO allows devices the ability to simultaneously use spectrum from multiple channels.