Intel and MediaTek have together developed a 5G modem for computers, Intel has announced. With the Intel 5G specification and MediaTek focusing on the development and distribution of 5G modems, the two companies will work on developing, certifying and supporting these solutions. The end result will be PCs that can connect to 5G networks gradually spreading across the US.
Although 5G is still not widely available, wireless companies are increasingly establishing their own 5G networks across the US, promising faster mobile broadband speeds that offer benefits across many industries, including the entire Including opening the door to new IoT capabilities.
The smartphone gets the most attention when it comes to the 5G rollout, but PCs are equally ready to use this new level of connectivity. Intel and MediaTek will work together to bring 5G to the next generation of PCs, according to Intel; Assuming that everything is planned, the first PC featuring a modem produced by this partnership will come to market in 2021.
Intel states that HP and Dell expect Intel and MediaTek to be two of the first companies to offer laptops featuring 5G modems. With this technology, consumers can access 5G networks anywhere. Such capabilities are essential for those who travel frequently for work and are increasingly in demand as remote work becomes more popular.
Our 5G modem for PC is developed in partnership with Intel, which is integral to making 5G accessible and available on home and mobile platforms … With this partnership, consumers can rapidly browse, stream on their PCs We will be able to do more games, but we also expect them to innovate in a new way with 5G.