Similar to a GPU (Graphics Card), a PCIe Wi-Fi adapter is a device that they insert into the PCIe slot on their motherboard.
They can talk with their Wi-Fi router and link the computer to the web thanks to an onboard Wi-Fi network chip and wireless antennas.
Wireless network installation is done using PCI or USB wireless network cards. Internet connectivity via a 3G wireless interface is made possible by 3G wireless network cards.
The Global PCIe Wifi card market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
A complete solution from routers to wireless PCIe® cards is offered by ASUS for the most recent WiFi 6E standard.
The ASUS WiFi 6E entire solution ensures optimised capabilities and performance with thoughtfully planned engineering and assisting software.
Using the specific 6 GHz band, the ASUS PCE-AXE58BT WiFi 6E PCIe® card enables users to connect the machine to a WiFi 6E router. It won’t compete for bandwidth with other devices that aren’t WiFi 6E, according to this.
Up to seven additional 160 MHz channels can be found in the 6 GHz band, which results in more bandwidth, increased adaptability, and decreased congestion.
The PCE-AXE58BT delivers wireless rates that are up to 4.6X faster* than WiFi 5 devices due to WiFi 6E’s 6 GHz technology and wide 160 MHz channels, making it ideal for even the most bandwidth-demanding workloads.
Powerful OFDMA and MU-MIMO functionality is added to their PC with the PCE-AXE58BT. These technologies enable each device’s data to be sent simultaneously, eliminating the need for the computer to wait in queue with other connected devices while the wireless data is being transferred to the router. Maximum WiFi performance is achieved as a result of greater network efficiency and decreased latency.
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