Intel is driving the proliferation of smart health solutions and services—with more secure, ubiquitous access to low-latency 5G connectivity.
5G will transform industries from all business sectors, initiating ripples of impact that spur market growth and the global economy—the heart of The 5G Effect. For a more in-depth look, view the infographic: The 5G Effect: How 5G Will Transform the Global Economy.
Intel is transforming purpose-built networks to become more agile, flexible, and scalable with Software Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Function Virtualization (NFV)—setting the stage for 5G.
From edge computing to machine learning and artificial intelligence—Intel is helping people and things do more with rapid access to cloud content and computing power, delivered over intelligent, self-managed networks.
Intel is building ground-breaking connectivity solutions to enable 5G with the Intel® XMM™ 8000 family of 5G modems, enabling phones, PCs, and more to deliver ultra-fast speeds and ultra-low latency.
Intel is collaborating with ecosystem and vertical industry partners to define, prototype, test, and deliver 5G standards and solutions, now. Not in the lab but in the field, in real-world trials across the globe. From connected cars to AR/VR, smart homes, industrial applications, and cities—Intel delivers unmatched scale, innovation, and expertise to enable the next generation of wireless products and services.
Intel worked with China Mobile (CMCC) and Ericsson to successfully conduct the first live 3GPP-compliant Standalone (SA) 5G New Radio (NR) interoperability tests at Ericsson Lab in Beijing, China. Learn more about how Intel is enabling global interoperability.
Intel® 5G Mobile Trial Platform is providing the foundation for key trials around the world, achieving a number of industry “firsts". From the first 5G NR IODT to the first broadscale 5G network powered by Intel 5G technology at the Olympic Winter Games Pyeongchang 2018, Intel is accelerating the launch of 5G commercial solutions.
Intel participates in hundreds of standards and industry groups worldwide, with leading positions in the ITU, 3GPP, ETSI, IEEE, and Wi-Fi Alliance, as well key vertical industry associations. Intel played a critical role in the finalization of the 5G NSA/SA NR standards.