Intel has transformed to a company which now also powers the majority of the world’s data centers, connecting hundreds of millions of mobile and Internet of Things devices over 5G, and helping to secure and protect enterprise and government IT systems. Our manufacturing advantage, fueled by our pursuit of Moore’s Law, lets us continuously push the limits of performance and create experiences which can be made possible.
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|Overview of 5G Efforts||
Intel powers every segment of the smart, connected world, from the cloud to the network to the device. Intel’s solutions span the cloud data centers, core and access networks as well as the wireless radio technologies and the mobile devices. Intel’s vision for 5G brings with it ultra reliability, low latency, and massive M2M connectivity. Intel believes that only 5G has the scale and scope to enable new insights, drive business efficiencies, and create data monetization.
|Core 5G Strategy Pillars||
|Product Portfolio Coverage Areas||Access Network, Core Network, Data Center Infrastructure, Mobile Core and other VNFs and SDN and General Transport|
|5G Product Portfolio Details||
Intel’s product portfolio for 5G is extensive, starting with 5G modems and radios supporting LTE Evolution, NB IOT, WiFi, WiGig and 5G standards, to networking solutions that power high-performance switches and routers, to embedded lower-power platforms for mobile and IoT devices to high-performance CPU, networking and storage technology that power the vast majority of cloud data centers and edge compute centers running 5G applications.
|Top 5G Use Cases||
|Customer Engagement and Deployment||
Collaboration with Ericsson, Verizon, China Mobile, AltioStar, T-Mobile, NTT Docomo, SK Telecom, Vodafone, Nokia, KT, Sprint, Telefonica, NEC, GE, Mobileye (acquired by Intel), AT&T and BMW for 5G use cases including use cases like autonomous vehicles.
|5G Industry Standards Participation||
3GPP, IEEE (including LTE-A Pro, 5G New RAT, 802.11ax, 802.11ay and others).
|5G-Related SDN & NFV Product Portfolio||
Intel solutions power the vast majority of SDN and NFV solutions in mobile networks, facilitating the building of the right foundations for 5G networks.