Intel is accelerating the path to 5G by working with key players in the industry to develop a unified 5G standard and introduce new solutions and products to connect the world.
Nokia* has introduced 5G FIRST*, a solution that will allow operators to rapidly address the huge demands of connected people and industries. Nokia 5G FIRST* will use the global Intel® 5G Modem in its initial deployments. In addition to using Intel® architecture and the Intel 5G modem, Nokia 5G FIRST* comprises Nokia’s radio access network (RAN) including Nokia AirScale* massive MIMO Adaptive Antennas, packet core and mobile transport solutions and. Nokia 5G FIRST* is set for initial deployments starting in 2017, providing operators a first-to-market advantage based on early specifications.
Intel is also joining AT&T*, NTT DOCOMO INC.*, SK Telecom*, Vodafone*, Ericsson*, Qualcomm Technologies Inc.*, British Telecom*,Telstra*, Korea Telecom*, LG Uplus*, KDDI*, LG Electronics*, Telia Company*, Swisscom*, TIM*, Etisalat Group*, Huawei*, Sprint*, Vivo*, ZTE* and Deutsche Telekom* to announce support for the acceleration of the 5G New Radio (NR) standardization schedule to enable large-scale trials and deployments as early as 2019. We believe this concerted effort across key industry players will put us one step closer to a unified standard to drive 5G transformation across all of the key technology areas.
Samsung Mobile* announced two new Galaxy Book* devices with 7th Generation Intel® Core™ processors inside. The Samsung Galaxy Book* 10.6-inch and 12-inch offer the power and productivity of a PC and, with a game-changing S-Pen and Intel LTE connectivity, take mobile computing to another level. Both devices run on the Microsoft Windows 10* operating system and offer the full desktop Microsoft Office* experience for maximum productivity.
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