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EE-WiFi-7-Broadband-Router-Preview

18th May, 2024 (11 Comments)

Sources have informed ISPreview that broadband ISP EE (BT) appears to have started inviting customers, specifically only those on one of their Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) products, to take part in a new “Hub Enhancement Trial“. This is testing “new technology that’s designed to provide a coverage boost/enhanced Wi-Fi experience in the home“.

EE-WiFi-7-Broadband-Router-Preview

22nd February, 2024 (31 Comments)

Mobile operator and UK ISP EE (BT) has today given a first sneak peek of their next generation Qualcomm-powered and Wi-Fi 7 (802.11be – Extremely High Throughput) capable home broadband router, which was first hinted at in 2023 (here) and is set to launch sometime this year (possibly by around mid-2024).

wifi uk internet security

8th January, 2024 (20 Comments)

The Wi-Fi Alliance has today official begun certification for the next generation of Wi-Fi 7 (802.11be) capable wireless networking devices. The new Wi-Fi 7 standard is expected to “see rapid adoption“, with more than 233 million devices predicted to enter the market in 2024 alone. Just don’t expect to see those dizzy speed claims of 46Gbps in the real-world.

EE Smart Hub Plus Router

20th September, 2023 (23 Comments)

Broadband ISP and mobile operator EE (BT) has today confirmed our leak from May 2023 (here) by announcing that they’ve agreed a new partnership with Qualcomm Technologies, which will see their home customers becoming some of the first in the world to gain access to future Wi-Fi 7 technology in 2024.

Wi-Fi icon, sign. Vector illustration. Flat design. Connect green sign. Blue background.

17th May, 2023 (19 Comments)

A new study from Ookla, which operates the popular broadband connection testing service Speedtest.net, has surprised absolutely nobody today by revealing that home WiFi performance continues to lag behind wired Ethernet (LAN) performance in many advanced markets (e.g. Wi-Fi speeds in the UK were just 29.8% of Ethernet in Q1 2023).

BT-Smart-Hub-3-Mockup-Based-on-Hybrid-Connect-Kit

6th May, 2023 (32 Comments)

Several credible sources have informed ISPreview that BT, most likely via EE – their soon-to-be “flagship brand for consumers“, have set themselves a target of being the first UK broadband ISP to market with a WiFi 7 (802.11be) capable router (SmartHub 4). The hope is to be ready by early 2024, but June 2024 is also mentioned.

Intel-and-Broadcom-Wi-Fi-6-Speed-Test-Meter

9th September, 2022 (19 Comments)

Chip and technology giants Intel and Broadcom have achieved an important milestone this week after they demonstrated the first cross-vendor Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) network link using prototypes of their next generation Wi-Fi 7 (802.11be) hardware, which achieved data speeds of over 5Gbps (Gigabits per second).

Wireless wifi 3D render isolated

25th January, 2022 (51 Comments)

Taiwanese fabless semiconductor company MediaTek claims to have conducted the “world’s first live demo” of the next generation Wi-Fi 7 (802.11be) wireless networking technology, which is theoretically capable of peak data speeds up to around 40Gbps and “can be a true wireline / Ethernet replacement.”

Wireless wifi 3D render isolated

15th August, 2020 (0 Comments)

A new research paper on the future Wi-Fi 7 (802.11be Extremely High Throughput) standard, which won’t be commercialised until late 2024, has revealed a lot more detail about what sort of technical features we can expect. Peak wireless speeds of 30Gpbs (Gigabits per second) and even lower latency are top of that list.

wifi hotspot zone

24th July, 2020 (12 Comments)

The UK telecoms regulator, Ofcom, has today made it possible for future home WiFi networks to harness 500MHz of radio spectrum frequency in the new 6GHz band, which will significantly boost the speed of licence-exempt indoor home wireless networks (i.e. via the Wi-Fi 6/6E – 802.11ax standard).

17th January, 2020 (7 Comments)

The UK telecoms regulator has today proposed to free up 500MHz of spectrum in the 6GHz frequency band on a licence-exempt basis so that it can be used by the latest WiFi networks (e.g. Wi-Fi 6 / 6E – 802.11ax), which would make such networks faster, more reliable and a bit more secure.

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