Intel 9560 NGW M.2 2230 CNVi AC WiFi/Bluetooth Card
Intel Wireless-AC 9560 M.2 CRF Module w/ BT5, 9560NGW, M.2 Key E 2230 CNVio, 1730Mbps, 2x2, 2.4/5GHz, DL MU-MIMO, OEM
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The Intel Wireless-AC 9560 adapter is a CRF (companion RF module) supporting the 1st generation integrated Intel wireless 802.11ac solution comprised of CNVi and a CRF. The solution provides Bluetooth 5 and 2x2 802.11ac Wi-Fi including wave 2 features such as 160MHz channels delivering up to 1.73Gbps and downlink MU-MIMO. These new features deliver a significant increase in user speeds in dense deployments, supporting fast downloads and long battery life compared to legacy 802.11ac devices. Combined with Intel Core processors and exceptional Intel wireless innovations, the Intel Wireless-AC 9560 can provide Gigabit wireless speed and dramatically improve your connected experience at home, work, or on the go. Features 1st Generation Integrated Intel 802.11ac Wireless
Faster Speed, Better Coverage, Larger Capacity: 802.11ac, Dual Band, 160MHz, MU-MIMO
Intel Wireless-AC 9560 enables smooth streaming of high resolution videos, few dropped connections, less congestion, and fast speed farther away from the router, enabling DL MO-MIMO and 160MHz channel use.
When using 160MHz channels, Intel' Wireless-AC 9560 can deliver over 5x faster Wi-Fi speeds (up to 1.73Gbps) than 802.11 n and double the speed of legacy 802.11ac.
Downlink MO-MIMO allows an Access Point to simultaneously transmit data to multiple clients and can improve overall downlink network capacity potentially by over 3x.
Bluetooth 5 provides 4x range over Bluetooth 4.2 with the same power, enabling coverage throughout the home. Bluetooth 5 also doubles the transmit speed for faster transmissions thereby reducing the overall power. Additionally, Bluetooth 5 adds new enhanced data broadcasting enabling seamless services such as location-based services and simpler pairing for Bluetooth devices.
Microsoft Windows 10 Ready
Full support for the latest Microsoft Windows 10 OS.
M.2 2230 Form Factor
M.2 2230 modules enable system configuration and platform usage flexibility with the use of a standard Key E socket for attaching the module.
Experience The Intel Difference
Worldwide Regulatory Support & Intel Dynamic Regulatory Solution
Enables worldwide regulatory compliance on a single adapter SKU. The Intel Wireless-AC 9560 detects its location and automatically optimizes the Wi-Fi settings to local regulatory requirements, maximizing performance in each geography, simplifying travel experience and global enterprise procurement. Future regulatory changes are easily managed during the product life cycle.
Wireless Functionality in Pre-boot Environment
Support for Wi-Fi network and BLE HID connectivity in the platform's UEFI (Unified Extensible Firmware Interface) environment during its boot stage. This capability enables use cases like OS recovery over Wi-Fi and BLE-based keyboard and mouse connectivity in this pre-boot environment.
Wirelessly Project to the Big Screen
Watch your 2-in-1 or laptop content instantly without wires on the big HD screen with stunning image clarity and sound using Wi-Fi Miracast. Stream movies, videos, games, photos, connect with friends, and more—experience it all, bigger and better than ever before.
Important - Please Note: This Card is a CRF module & as such is only compatible with certain processors which feature integrated CNVi. Supported processors include; 8th Gen Intel® Core™ CPUs, Intel® Pentium® Silver (Gemini Lake) CPUs, & Intel Celeron (Gemini Lake) CPUs. This card does not support Intel vPro. Images are for illustration purposes ONLY & may differ slightly from depicted.
|Interface||M.2 Key E (2230) (CNVio)|
|Data Transfer Speed||1730 Mbps|
|Antenna||Not Included, Sold Separately|
|Dimensions||22 x 2.4 x 30 mm (WxHxD)|
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