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    Qualcomm Announces World’s First 10 Gigabit 5G Modem RF System


    • It is fourth generation 5G modem.
    • This will provide 10 Gbps speed on 5G network, download 1.25 GB data every second.
    • Snapdragon X62 5G modem RF system also introduced 

    Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. announces the Snapdragon X65 5G Modem-RF System, its fourth-generation 5G modem-to-antenna solution.

    It is the world’s first 10 Gigabit 5G and the first 3GPP release 16 modem-RF system, which is currently sampling to OEMs and targeting commercial device launches in 2021. 

    The company has designed it to support the fastest 5G speeds currently available with fiber-like wireless performance and makes best use of available spectrum for ultimate network flexibility, capacity and coverage. 

    Fourth Generation Qualcomm Snapdragon X65 is the World’s First 10 Gigabit 5G and First 3GPP Release 16 Modem-to-Antenna Solution Sampling.

    In addition to the Snapdragon X65, Qualcomm Technologies also announced the Snapdragon X62 5G Modem-RF System, a modem-to-antenna solution optimized for mainstream adoption of mobile broadband applications.

    New 5G Speed ​​

    “The 5G transition presents the biggest opportunity for Qualcomm as mobile technology is poised to benefit virtually every industry,” said Cristiano Amon, president and CEO-elect, Qualcomm Incorporated. “We are reaching a significant milestone with the Snapdragon X65 5G Modem-RF System, unleashing connectivity up to 10 Gigabits per second and support for the latest 5G specifications" 

    Upgradeable Architecture Allows for Rapid Rollout of New Features and the Expansion of 5G in Mobile Broadband, Compute, XR, Industrial IoT, 5G Private Networks and Fixed Wireless Access.

    Benefits of 10 Gbps Speed

    Speed ​​up to 10 Gbps will be available on Qualcomm Snapdragon X65 5G modem. In such a situation, when many devices will be connected to this modem, there will be no difference on the speed of the internet. That is, many users can transfer 1,250 megabits per second or 1.25 gigabits per second over a heavy network at a time.


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