Intel officially announced its exit from the market modem the 5G designed for smart phones

In November 2017, Intel announced substantial advances in its wireless product roadmap to accelerate the adoption of 5G. Intel’s early 5G silicon, the Intel® 5G Modem announced at CES 2017, is now successfully making calls over the 28GHz band. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

While dominated by Intel is clearly the market of processors for computers, the company is not doing good in the market of portable devices. The company had tried in the past to manufacture the processors for mobile devices but that wasn’t good. Then I started Intel after that in the provision of components such as chips season for portable devices, like iPhone, has been rumored lately that the company is already working to provide Apple with the information 5G for iPhone next.

Unfortunately, it turns out that this won’t be the case because the company Intel announced that it decided to get out of the market for modems 5G designed for smart phones. This does not mean that Intel will abandon the hardware market completely portable, they are reported it will continue to fulfil their obligations for modem 4G LTE.

According to the president and CEO of Intel, Mr. Bob Swan, he has stated by saying : ” We are very excited for the opportunity in 5G see the network, but in the smart phone sector it has become clear that there is no clear path for profitability and returns positive. Still 5G technology represents a strategic priority for Intel and has our team developed a value range of wireless products and the intellectual processes. We are evaluating our options to realize the value that we have created, including opportunities in a wide range of platforms that revolve around data and devices in the world of 5G “.

In the meantime, make sure earlier today that Apple and Qualcomm had reached an agreement to settle in relation to the proceedings continuing, and it is expected that the company and Qualcomm to provide Apple with the information 5G for iPhone coming in the year 2020.

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