For now, only 5 chips from 3 manufacturers (Qualcomm, Marvell and Intel) have been certified. So we could see devices with WPA3 support soon, at least those that use those chips. You can buy the Intel card on Amazon and install it on your laptop, for less than $40: There are currently more than 60 mid-range phones with Snapdragon 835, including: Asus: ZenFone 4 Plus, ZenFone 4 Pro LG: G7 One, V30 Korea, V30S Plus, V30S 128GB Motorola: Moto Z3, Moto Z2, Moto Z 2018 Sony: Xperia XZ,Xperia XZ Premium, Xperia XZ1, Xperia XZ1 Compact Nokia: 8 Sirocco, 8 Plus Xiaomi: Mi Mix 2, Mi6, Mi6 Plus HTC: U11, U11+ Google: Pixel 2, Pixel 2XL Samsung: Galaxy S8 Active, Galaxy Note 8, Galaxy S8+ Sharp: Aquos R The Marvell 8964 chip is used by the Linksys WRT32X, and you can buy on Amazon, for less than $200: The Marvell 8997 is used by the Marvell W8997-M1216 PCIE Module: https://usermanual.wiki/Marvell-Semiconductor/W8997-M1216 The Qualcomm IPQ8065 is used by more than 15 wireless routers: ASUS BRT-AC828/M2 Acelink BR-6774AD Arris RAC2V1A Askey RAC2V1K BT Whole Home Wi-Fi Compex WPQ865 D-Link DIR-883 rev A1 Linksys LAPAC2600 Netgear R7800, XR450, and XR500 Norton Core 517 Samsung ET-WV530 Synology RT2600ac ZyXEL EMG6765-Q10A and NBG6817 (Armor Z2) So... what is the meraki roadmap for WPA3? Thanks.
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