On October 27, 2016, Quantenna announced the first 802.11ax silicon, the QSR10G-AX. The chipset is compliant with Draft 1.0 and supports eight 5 GHz streams and four 2.4 GHz streams. In January 2017 Quantenna added the QSR5G-AX to their portfolio with support for four streams in both bands. Both products are aimed at routers and access points.
On February 13, 2017, Qualcomm announced their first 802.11ax silicon.
The IPQ8074 is a complete SoC with four Cortex-A53 cores.
There is support for eight 5 GHz streams and four 2.4 GHz streams.
The QCA6290 chipset which supports two streams in both bands and aims at mobile devices.
On August 15, 2017, Broadcom announced their 6th Generation of Wi-Fi products with 802.11ax support.
The BCM43684 and BCM43694 are 4×4 MIMO chips with full 802.11ax support,
while the BCM4375 provides 2 × 2 MIMO 802.11ax along with Bluetooth 5.0.
On December 11, 2017, Marvell announced 802.11ax chipsets consisting of 88W9068, 88W9064 and 88W9064S.
On January 4, 2018, Intel Announces 802.11ax Chipsets for Faster Wi-Fi 
On February 21, 2018, Qualcomm announced the WCN3998, a 2x2 802.11ax chipset for smartphones and mobile devices.
As of April 2018, Intel is working on an 802.11ax chipset for mobile devices, the Wireless-AX 22560 with Harrison Peak code-name.
On October 23, 2018, Broadcom announced two new 2x2 802.11ax SOCs: the BCM6752 and BCM6755.
Both providing multi-core CPUs and Gigabit Ethernet
On January 8, 2019, MediaTek announced their 802.11ax chips being 2x2 and 4x4
On February 25, 2019, Qualcomm announced the QCA6390, a 2x2 802.11ax/Bluetooth 5.1 combined chipset for mobile and computing devices
On May 28, 2020, Qualcomm