Intel Accelerates Path to 5G

News Release

February 22, 2016


MOBILE WORLD CONGRESS, Barcelona, Spain, Feb. 22, 2016 – Intel Corporation today announced new industry partnerships and products that lay the groundwork for faster, smarter and more efficient 5G wireless networks designed to deliver amazing new experiences throughout daily life.

From embedded devices in athletes’ equipment and drones with collision avoidance capabilities, to autonomous vehicles, smart cities and more, connecting “things” to each other, to people and the cloud is placing unprecedented demands on today’s wireless networks.

“Billions of increasingly smart and connected devices, data-rich personalized services, and cloud applications are driving the need for smarter and more powerful networks,” said Aicha Evans, corporate vice president and general manager of the Intel Communication and Devices Group. “The transition to 5G brings communications and computing together and is a fundamental shift for the industry. It is essential to lay the foundation for future 5G networks now to make amazing experiences of the future possible.”

Industry Collaborations
Intel works with mobile ecosystem leaders to set the stage for future widespread 5G commercial availability.

5G Prototyping
Intel offers platforms and industry collaborations to develop early prototype solutions that accelerate 5G development and readiness.

Wireless Communications Products
Intel delivers wireless communications solutions for a wide range of smartphones, phablets, PCs and IoT devices.

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