AMD and MediaTek team up to equip future Ryzen laptops with 6E wifi chips

AMD and MediaTek have announced a collaboration to supply laptops with an AMD processor with a 6E wifi chip, the Filogic 330P. Available in two versions, it will accompany the new AMD mobile processors.

AMD and MediaTek join forces to supply laptops with an AMD Ryzen processor with a 6E MediaTek wifi chip, the Filogic 330P. Available in two versions, it will accompany the new AMD mobile processors.

Remember that Intel, for its part, offers a whole arsenal of network chips to manufacturers of laptops, motherboards, and more. Intel’s network chipset was also highlighted well during the introduction of the new founder’s processors, and is also part of the package for Intel Evo certification.

Like its competitor, AMD wants to offer its own wifi chips in order to provide a complete experience to users of Ryzen laptops, as well as a turnkey solution for PC manufacturers, such as the AMD Advantage Program.

AMD RZ600 are two solutions based on Filogic 330P chips from MediaTek. The first, named RZ616, will support wifi 6E on the 2.4, 5, and 6 GHz bands with a bandwidth of 160 MHz, and can reach speeds of 2400 Mbit/s. The second, named RZ608, will offer the same frequency bands, but are limited to 80MHz and up to 1200 bandwidths. MB/s, and these two solutions will also be compatible with Bluetooth 5.2.

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