The first batch of 5g PC products are expected to be released in early 2021

According to foreign media reports, chip manufacturers Intel and MediaTek are working together to bring 5g connectivity into the future of notebook computers. It is reported that the first batch of Intel personal computers equipped with MediaTek 5g modem are expected to come out in early 2021. < / P > < p > yesterday, MediaTek announced that through the development and certification of 5g modem data card, 5g experience has been successfully brought into the next generation of personal computers. < / P > < p > the company said that it provided a 5g connected T700 5g modem for Intel’s personal computers, supported the non independent and independent networking sub-65g network architecture, could provide faster speed and more reliable connection, and had successfully completed the 5g independent networking call in the actual test scenario. < p > < p > at the end of last year, Intel sold its smartphone modem business to apple for about $1 billion, but the company still faces the challenge of adding 5g connectivity to its notebook and PC businesses. < / P > < p > as a result, in order to support next-generation connectivity, Intel is working with MediaTek to bring 5g to a wider range of laptops using its new T700 5g modem. In addition to wireless chips, MediaTek also produces processors. The company’s chips are popular in smartphones and low-cost tablets in China, and are also used in some cheap chromebooks. Similarly, Intel also makes processors for chrome books and other notebook computers, which makes MediaTek compete directly with Intel. Older posts →

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