AMD And Qualcomm Join Hands To Offer Advanced Wi-Fi 6E Features In Ryzen Pro 6000 Laptops

The world of wireless is thriving more than ever before. Wireless connectivity has become a modern day necessity and with this comes in play the speed and many other features which are important for a modern workforce. Many efforts have been made to improve these features and speed. A similar effort has been seen in the collaboration of AMD and Qualcomm who have joined hands to optimize the full capacity of the FastConnect connectivity system. This will be done with previous Ryzen Pro 6000 series mobile processors which are based on Zen 3+.

AMD and Qualcomm coming together bring many benefits and the most highlighted one is the speed. The FastConnect 6900 solution by Qualcomm ensures a wired-class performance over that of a wireless connection. The 6900 is definitely an advanced connectivity system and will be capable of supporting speeds as high as 3.6 Gbps.

According to Qualcomm, “In collaboration with Microsoft, next-generation Windows 11 PCs, such as the Lenovo ThinkPad Z Series and HP EliteBook 805 Series, can harness the full potential of Windows 11 Wi-Fi Dual Station through Qualcomm 4-Stream Dual Band Simultaneous. Multiple Wi-Fi bands outperform traditional single-band connections for improved video conferencing experiences, reduced latency, and enhanced connection robustness.”

Another benefit here is that the IT administrators will be given the remote Wi-Fi management capabilities thanks to the Pro technologies suite by AMD. Once you pair this with Qualcomm’s FastConnect 6900 system, the wireless manageability will be tremendous and will ultimately provide support for numerous Open Standard-Based (DASH) profiles.

Via HotHardware