Monday, 09 September 2019 13:27

Qualcomm expands portfolio to 'accelerate' 5G commercialisation rollout

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Qualcomm Technologies has announced plans to accelerate 5G global commercialisation at scale by expanding its portfolio of 5G mobile platforms across the Snapdragon 8 Series, 7 Series and 6 Series in 2020.

Qualcomm, which already has 150 5G designs launched or in development to date using its 5G solutions technology, says the expanded portfolio rollout aims to support features and frequency bands globally and has the potential to make 5G accessible to more than 2 billion smartphone users.

“Qualcomm Technologies delivered the world’s first and most advanced 5G mobile platform including the first comprehensive Modem-RF System to accelerate 5G commercialization in 2019,” said Alex Katouzian, senior vice president and general manager, mobile, Qualcomm Technologies.

“And we are uniquely positioned to accelerate 5G commercialisation to scale globally with our OEM and operator customers with expanded mobile platform offerings across our Snapdragon 8 Series, 7 Series and 6 Series in 2020.”

Qualcomm says the new mobile platforms will be the first in a roadmap of software-compatible 5G mobile platforms and take advantage of the Snapdragon 5G Modem-RF System,” Qualcomm notes.

“This breakthrough Snapdragon system is designed to deliver best-in-class cellular performance, coverage, power-efficiency, and cutting-edge form factors in 5G devices, at global scale.

“Snapdragon’s expanded portfolio of 5G mobile platforms is designed to support all key regions and frequency bands including mmWave and sub-6 GHz spectrum, TDD and FDD modes, 5G multi-SIM, Dynamic Spectrum Sharing, and Standalone (SA) and non-standalone (NSA) network architectures – providing flexibility and enabling 5G network deployment roadmaps globally.”

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