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Record download speeds reached in advanced LTE lab trial

Record download speeds reached in advanced LTE lab trial
  Using evolved, commercially-available 4G LTE technology, T-Mobile, Nokia, and Qualcomm Technologies, a subsidiary of Qualcomm, have exceeded Gigabit speeds. In tests at T-Mobile’s lab, download speeds of 1.175Gbps were achieved on T-Mobile’s LTE network utilising Nokia’s 4.9G network powered by the Nokia AirScale Base Station together with the Snapdragon X20 LTE modem.
13th September 2017

Snapdragon 835 mobile platform powers Samsung Galaxy Note8

Snapdragon 835 mobile platform powers Samsung Galaxy Note8
Subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated, Qualcomm Technologies, has announced that its premium mobile platform is powering what it supposedly Samsung’s most advanced smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy Note8, for select regions. The Samsung Galaxy Note8 is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 Mobile Platform, which is one of the first commercial SoC manufactured using 10nm FinFET technology.
31st August 2017

Commercial Gigabit LTE/4G mobile device and network showcased

Qualcomm Technologies, EE and Sony Mobile Communications showcased Europe’s first commercial Gigabit LTE/4G mobile device and network.
6th July 2017


Connected family vision leads to 4G kid's watch

Connected family vision leads to 4G kid's watch
Two companies at Mobile World Congress Shanghai, Qualcomm Technologies and 360 announced that together they are working on 4G kid watches and are launching 360’s first product for this industry, 360 Kids Watch 6S, based on the Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 2100 platform. The 360 Kids Watch 6S combines the Snapdragon Wear 2100 platform with the 360 OS for Wear operating system, both optimised to meet the evolving needs of connected families.
3rd July 2017

Qualcomm deliver more than one million chips to connected applications

Qualcomm Technologies has announced at its IoT industry analyst workshop that the company is currently shipping more than one million chips per day for the IoT.
26th May 2017

Moving up in the world beyond processors to platforms

Moving up in the world beyond processors to platforms
Rolling out changes and updates over the next few months, Qualcomm Technologies is working on its product brand positioning to best articulate the value of our technology and products for customers and their end users. One of the first updates is how the Qualcomm Snapdragon brand will be applied.
17th March 2017

MWC2017: Qualcomm, LG Electronics pursue automotive 5G

Qualcomm and LG Electronics (LG) announced coordinated efforts to facilitate testing and adoption of 5G and Cellular-V2X (C-V2X) communications into vehicles at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The companies expect to showcase these next-generation wireless technologies through trials during the first half of 2018.
2nd March 2017

'Towards 5G' Initiative shows fast results

'Towards 5G' Initiative shows fast results
  Taking a significant step towards the realisation of 5G technology for connected vehicles is Ericsson, Orange and PSA Group after conducting field trials to test advanced applications in France. 
27th February 2017

Software support for Alexa wake word

Qualcomm has announced that Sensory and Rubidium, members of the Qualcomm eXtension programme, are now offering support for the Alexa wake word on certain Qualcomm Bluetooth Audio System-on-Chips (SoCs), namely CSR8670 and CSR8675.
24th February 2017

The first end-to-end WiFi portfolio

The first end-to-end WiFi portfolio
Qualcomm Technologies has announced an end-to-end 802.11ax portfolio, which includes the IPQ8074 System-On-Chip (SoC) for network infrastructure and QCA6290 solution for client devices, making Qualcomm Technologies the first company to announce end-to-end commercial solutions to support 802.11ax.
17th February 2017

Companies collaborate on 5G NR trials

Companies collaborate on 5G NR trials
  It has been announced that Qualcomm Technologies, Ericsson, and SK Telecom, plan to conduct interoperability testing and over-the-air field trials based on 5G New Radio (NR) as standards are being developed based on specifications in 3GPP.
21st December 2016

New IoT technology trialled first in Europe

New IoT technology trialled first in Europe
The new Internet of Things (IoT) technology LTE-M (also known as LTE Cat-M1) has successfully been trialled by KPN, the first European operator. LTE-M (Machine Type Communication) is a new technology that can be rolled out on the existing 4G network. The LTE-M technology is complementary to the recently introduced LoRa network of KPN as well as to existing Machine-to-Machine (M2M) uses cases on 4G.
1st December 2016

Prototype system to test, demonstrate and trial 5G spectrum

Qualcomm Technologies has introduced its first 5G New Radio (NR) spectrum sharing prototype system and trial platform. The industry is designing 5G NR to get the most out of spectrum available across all spectrum types –licensed, unlicensed and shared spectrum – and across spectrum from lower bands (sub-6 GHz) to high bands in the mmWave range.
1st December 2016

Impact of 5G a key topic at CES 2017

Impact of 5G a key topic at CES 2017
  Steve Mollenkopf, CEO of Qualcomm, will give the keynote address at CES 2017 which will run from 5th-8th January in Las Vegas.
22nd November 2016

Connected smart cameras have better image recognition

Connected smart cameras have better image recognition
The subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated, Qualcomm Technologies, has expanded its portfolio of technologies to support a generation of video and imaging devices. The Qualcomm Snapdragon connected camera portfolio includes a comprehensive suite of camera platforms featuring enhanced hardware and software capabilities.
18th October 2016

600 and 400 tier processors support enhanced experiences

600 and 400 tier processors support enhanced experiences
The subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated, Qualcomm Technologies, has introduced three Qualcomm Snapdragon processors aimed at supporting enhanced user experiences and connectivity for high performance and high volume mobile devices. The Snapdragon 653, Snapdragon 626 and Snapdragon 427 processors are designed to deliver higher levels of processing performance than their predecessors. 
18th October 2016

Modem designed to support cellular connectivity for IoT

The subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated, Qualcomm Technologies, has secured design wins among the industry's leading module Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) based on its MDM9206 LTE modem for Internet of Things (IoT) applications. These designs are an addition to the more than 100 designs announced last June using the company's MDM9x07 LTE IoT modems. 
18th October 2016

Mobile device delivers fibre-like wireless connectivity

Mobile device delivers fibre-like wireless connectivity
  At the 4G/5G summit Qualcomm Incorporated announced that its subsidiary, Qualcomm Technologies, has worked closely with Telstra, Ericsson and NETGEAR on the world's first Gigabit Class LTE mobile device, and the first Gigabit Class LTE commercially ready network. 
18th October 2016

Modem helps OEMs develop devices for early 5G networks

Modem helps OEMs develop devices for early 5G networks
A subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated, Qualcomm Technologies, has announced the Qualcomm Snapdragon X50 5G modem, making Qualcomm the first company to announce a commercial 5G modem chipset. It is designed to support Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) that are building the next generation of cellular devices, as well as aid operators with early 5G trials and deployments.
18th October 2016

Will Bluetooth replace the wire?

Will Bluetooth replace the wire?
As Jonny McClintock, Director of aptX Sales and Marketing, Qualcomm aptX explains, Bluetooth is widely used as a wireless connection for audio applications including phones, media players and wearables, removing the need for cables. The combination of the AD2P protocol and frame-based codecs used in many Bluetooth stereo audio implementations has led to excessive latency and acoustic performance significantly below CD quality. 
6th October 2016


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