The popular chipset maker MediaTek has introduced two new Wi-Fi 7 chips and the same are called the MediaTek Filogic 360 and Filogic 860. The Filogic 860 is a standalone processor but the Filogic 360 is created to use in smartphones, laptops, and other tech devices.
The newly introduced chipset series is coming with Wi-Fi 7 connectivity along with multi-user, multiple input, multiple output (MU-MIMO), 4096 QAM, and download speeds up to 2.9Gbps. It also offers dual Bluetooth 5.4 connectivity and LE audio support as well.
The latest MediaTek Filogic 860 chipset also comes with a 3-core CPU and is a scaled-down version of the MediaTek Filogic 880. It offers automatic frequency coordination, 160Hz channel bandwidth, and 4096 Quadrature Amplitude Modulation (QAM) scheme. The maximum throughput of the Filogic 860 is 7.2Gbps and the same features up to 10Gbps single Ethernet connections, 1 x 2.5Gbps, and 4 x 1 Gbps connections.
The MediaTek Filogic 860 chip comes with PCIe Gen 3 host controllers for embedded usage. The model can also feature USB 3.2 ports compatibility as well. The MediaTek Filogic 860 has a CPU with 3x Cortex-A78 cores with a peak of 1.8GHz and the same also has an NPU that assists the CPU with resource-heavy tasks.
The new chipsets will be available in the market from the mid of 2024. It is already in the mass production stage.
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