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Detailed number of Intel 5G keywords

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Recently, the development of global 5G ushered in a milestone moment. At the 3GPP RAN plenary meeting held on December 21st, the initial release of the 5G NR was formally frozen, laying the foundation for the start of large-scale trials and commercial deployment of 5G NR in 2019. Intel actively supports and participates in the development of this standard, and partners with partners to accelerate the first batch of NR trials.
At the 3GPP RAN plenary meeting held on December 21st, the initial release of the 5G NR was formally frozen, laying the foundation for the start of large-scale trials and commercial deployment of 5G NR in 2019. Intel actively supports and participates in the development of this standard, and partners with partners to accelerate the first batch of NR trials.
As a pioneer and leader in 5G technology development, Intel has been working with partners to integrate wireless connectivity, computing, and cloud into an IoT, smart computing 5G future world. Intel has made a series of progress in promoting 5G innovation and development. Now, let us take a look at Intel's brilliant view of 5G trend judgment, as well as the highlights of technological innovation and industrial cooperation.
Keywords 1: 5G, 4G, 1G
Compared with previous generations of wireless technologies, the biggest difference is that 5G is not only the evolution of air interface technology, but also has a more extensive ecosystem than the wireless and communications industries. In Intel's opinion, 5G is not only the evolution of communications technology, but also a cross-industry revolution from smart devices, wireless technologies, access networks, core networks, and the cloud. In this revolution, 5G technology is used in a wide range of areas such as driverlessness, virtual reality, smart cities, and digital medicine, bringing people a subversive life experience. It can be seen that placing 5G in a broader industry and technology landscape and applying the multiplication effect of “Communication X Computing X vertical industry”, ie, the close integration of communication and computing, and the integration with vertical industries, will bring about good economic effects. And social effects.
Keywords 2: end-to-end
For the first time, 5G truly transmitted the valuable information processed by the smart cloud and the cloud to the terminal, and built a data channel between the cloud and the terminal. To this end, Intel is committed to providing comprehensive end-to-end coverage of the 5G industry from terminal equipment to wireless technologies to access networks, core networks, and clouds. This is also a unique key advantage of Intel in the 5G field.
Intel continues to make breakthroughs in building 5G connectivity:
The industry's first globally-available 5G modem, released by Intel, has successfully implemented 5G connectivity in the 28GHz band. This early 5G chip is a key milestone in the history of Intel's development. It is equipped with a baseband chip that can simultaneously support sub-6GHz frequency bands and millimeter-wave frequency bands, aiming to promote the initial testing and deployment of the 5G frequency band on a global scale.
Intel's first driverless 5G platform - the Intel GO Smart Driving 5G Vehicle Communication Platform is the industry's first unmanned 5G platform and a complete and scalable end-to-end system that allows car manufacturers to develop and Test various usage scenarios.
Intel released the industry's first third-generation Intel 5G mobile test platform supporting 5G NR, which enables rapid outfield testing and interoperability testing of 5G networks and devices.
The Intel XMM 7560 wireless modem delivers gigabit speeds in a single SKU that achieves global coverage. The product is based on the tradition of high speed, low latency, and wireless innovation. It is manufactured using Intel 14nm technology and supports CDMA.
Intel developed the first XMM 8060, a multi-mode, full-band commercial modem that supports 5G new air interfaces, and the updated LTE modem XMM 7660, which supports up to 1.6Gbps transmission rates.
In addition, Intel also offers a comprehensive network product portfolio:
The comprehensive mobile edge computing product portfolio applied to the network helps operators transform their networks and prepare for 5G. These include the Intel Atom processor C3000 product family, the Intel Xeon processor D-1500 product family - Network family, the 25 GbE Intel Ethernet adapter XXV710, and the next-generation Intel QuickAssist technology adapter.
The new Intel Xeon Extensible Processor can help operators accelerate the transition from a fixed-function private network to a flexible software-defined network.
Keyword 3: Network Transformation
5G requires a comprehensive network transformation to have a virtual core network, a cloud-based architecture, and advanced data analysis capabilities. In order to support and provide 5G services and features, the network must be transformed and envisaged in accordance with the blueprint for the future. In Intel's view, network transformation is the only way for 5G.
The future 5G network must be flexible, programmable, and dynamically managed, and Network Function Virtualization (NFV) and Software-Defined Networking (SDN) are the foundations for it. It is a must for achieving 5G network transition. The SDN and NFV-related technologies advocated by the open, virtualized, intelligent, and converged technologies are the fulcrum of network transition. It is an important technical approach to promote the upgrading of existing networks and the future of network technology innovation. And will further accelerate the overall adjustment of the network industry ecosystem.
In addition, Multiple Access Edge Computing (MEC) is becoming one of the driving forces for network transformation. By sinking network core functions to the edge of the network, it provides IT services, environments, and cloud computing capabilities in close proximity to mobile subscribers to meet 5G low-latency, high-bandwidth service requirements. For the application level, MEC can provide customized and differentiated services to the vertical industry to improve the efficiency and value of network utilization.
Keyword 4: Ecosphere
In the industry, Intel has always been known for its ability to build new ecosystems. It has successfully developed a strong ecosystem of partners in PCs and data centers. In the era of 5G, Intel fully realized that the development of 5G can only be achieved by relying on single-players. No company can promote the development of 5G by its own efforts. Only by extensive collaboration with industry players and active deployment of the 5G ecosystem can we truly promote 5G development.
Intel on the 5G road has always been working hand in hand with industry players. Intel's equipment manufacturers, operators, service providers, standard-setting organizations and many other partners have worked closely together to combine 5G with unmanned, digital medical, virtual reality, smart home, sports and many other industries. Different new application scenarios and business models together accelerate the deployment of 5G networks.
This year, it is exciting that Intel and the International Olympic Committee have reached a global TOP partnership, and will also provide 5G network support for the Korean Pyeongchang Winter Olympics in 2018 together with KT, a Korean communications service provider. The combination of 5G and sports will continue to expand boundaries and break the tradition, bringing unprecedented experiences to people.
In the unmanned area, Intel teamed with DOCOMO, Ericsson, and Toyota to conduct the first on-site drive test of the Intel GO Automotive Test Platform. The car is powered by the "Intel® GO? Smart Driving 5G Car Communication Platform" that connects to several Ericsson base stations and is connected via DOCOMO's 5G network. During the test, real-time 4K resolution video content is transmitted to the car through a mobile car connection, and the data transmission speed can be up to 1 GBps*.
Intel always adheres to close cooperation with equipment vendors. This year, Intel and Ericsson cooperated to implement the first Pre-5G airborne wireless interoperability and jointly launched the 5G Innovator Program (5GI2). With the continuous deepening of cooperation, the two parties continued to work together to complete the end-to-end interoperability (IoDT) test between different manufacturers of 5G low-band 3.5GHz and complete the second phase of China's 5G technology research and development test. Intel and Nokia cooperate to set up a 5G acceleration lab. Intel also cooperated with ZTE to release next-generation IT baseband products (ITBBU) for 5G.
In addition, Intel and Huawei announced the launch of the 5G new air interface interoperability test (IODT) based on the 3GPP standard. Based on Huawei's 5G base station prototype and Intel's third-generation 5G mobile test platform (MTP), both parties will jointly verify Sub-6GHz with C. -Band (3.5GHz), high-frequency millimeter-wave and mobility, and many other key 5G air interface technologies under end-to-end collaboration. This cooperation means that with the unification of the 5G standard, the industry is rapidly maturing, and the industry is preparing for the upcoming end-to-end commercial use of 5G.
Cooperation with manufacturers is not limited to a single company or a certain industry. Intel understands that 5G development must rely on the cooperation of the industry chain. Intel teamed up with Verizon and Ericsson to conduct 5G residential access trials. The trial is part of Intel's continued cooperation with communications service providers and device manufacturers in everything from the cloud, to the network, to the devices. These collaborations involve standard formulation, pilot deployment, and product delivery that promotes 5G to the ground.
In addition, Intel and China Unicom, Nokia Bell, and Tencent Cloud have demonstrated commercial deployment solutions for MEC smart venues for 5G networks. The solution is based on the Intel Xeon high-performance general-purpose cloud infrastructure, featuring close to customers, ultra-low latency, large bandwidth, real-time access to networks and content services, and collaboration with centralized cloud computing centers to provide ubiquitous, no Timeless cloud computing capabilities and rich and varied applications.
In 2017, Intel graciously developed 5G technology while also holding hands with its partners and actively promoted 5G deployment. In the future, Intel will continue to provide end-to-end world-class products from the equipment, network and cloud, and continue to carry out extensive and far-reaching cooperation with all partners to accelerate the opening of the gates of the 5G world, so that the smart connected world will appear to you and me.

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