MediaTek’s T700 5G modem has accomplished 5G standalone (SA) calls in real-world check eventualities. Meanwhile, Intel says it has progressed with its efforts on “system integration, validation and developing platform optimizations”, and has been readying co-engineering help for OEM companions.
MediaTek claims that its modem is ‘highly power-efficient’. Furthermore, the modem helps NSA and SA sub-6GHz 5G community architectures. According to DigiTimes, the corporate’s mmWave providing will come within the second half of 2021.
While we have now already seen laptops with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon X55 5G modem just like the Dell Latitude 9510 and HP Elite Dragonfly G2, it is going to be attention-grabbing to see how the mixture of Intel CPU and MediaTek’s modems would impression the 5G efficiency and battery life.
“Our partnership with Intel is a natural extension of our growing 5G mobile business, and is an incredible market opportunity for MediaTek to move into the PC market,” stated MediaTek President Joe Chen. “With Intel’s deep expertise in the PC space and our groundbreaking 5G modem technology, we will redefine the laptop experience and bring consumers the best 5G experiences.”
Intel’s Vice President and General Manager of Mobile Client Platforms Chris Walker says that the corporate will begin buyer sampling later this quarter. We may anticipate OEMs to launch the first laptops to supply MediaTek’s T700 5G modem in early 2021.