Qualcomm RF front end too
CES 2019 press conferences are firing in series and this is traditionally one of the business weeks in the year. Qualcomm took the time to announce quite a few Automotive breakthroughs and the fact that they power 30+ 5G designs expected in 2019.
Decision making, automation, trusted and reasoning
Dario Gil, chief operating officer of IBM’s AI and quantum computing has shared what was the big thing in 2018 and what might be big with AI in 2019. AI will be easier to use, complementing expert networks and AI automation
Issac Asimov’s predictions for 2019
In 1983, American writer Isaac Asimov wrote that by 2019, “It is quite likely that society, then, will have entered a phase that may be more or less permanently improved over the situation as it now exists”.
Beating Apple and without being hamstrung by an Intel Modem
Samsung will release its first 5G mobile phone next year, beating Apple by a mile and not having the problem that it will depend on an Intel modem.
Coming in 2019
OnePlus is part of the big six alliance committed to bringing their 5G phones in 2019 and it is not surprising that this is still on schedule. China, the US, and a few European countries will have 5G networks ready in the course of 2019.
Why is mmWave crucial for Multi Gbps speeds
A few months back Fudzilla reported about a 5G reference design of the phone with three mmWave antenna openings, and today, Qualcomm announced the new design with four antennas at half the size. Nick covered this part well, but we wanted to add some additional information about this important step in the development of 5G.
Definitely won’t be the first
Everyone is rushing to be the leader in 5G and Huawei made an announcement that the company is planning to introduce 5G chips in March 2019 and ship the phone solution a quarter later. The company officially confirmed these plans.
Low volume 10nm this year
Intel announced its Q1 2018 results where the company claimed it did rather well, increasing its revenue by13 percent to $16.1 billion. It expects 10 percent better in the second quarter compared to the same quarter last year.
Most of them
We are wrapping up an exciting 2017 and we are about to kick start 2018 with a high speed CES in early January. But what about 2019? According to well-placed industry sources, most phones launching in 2019 will be able to support 5G NR.
The one after Snapdragon 845
Korean based Etnews has mentioned that Qualcomm 7nm manufacturing has been a big win for TSMC while two other US and China customers chose Samsung’s 7nm. TSMC traditionially have dibs on Nvidia and MediaTek too.