FILE PHOTO: A woman walks past a sign board advertising in Qualcomm at the Mobile World Congress (mobile world CONGRESS), Shanghai, China, 28th June, 2019 at the latest. REUTERS/Aly Song
(Reuters) – Qualcomm Inc. on Tuesday announced a new range of Wi-Fi chips, has been designed to work with Wi-Fi-6, the latest version of the technology, and one that We hope to boost the sales of the individual 5 g of potato chips.
We have been the world’s biggest supplier of mobile-phone chips, but has been looking to expand beyond that, like the global phone market has stagnated for the last couple of years.
The San Diego-based technology company, is pushing in place of chips for cars, headsets, laptops, smartphones, and other mobile devices. The Wi-Fi chips are found in devices such as the “mesh” of Wi-Fi routers made by the same Alphabet, Inc. ‘ s Google, is designed to help you provide better coverage for the whole family.
Separately, We have been working with the phonemakers such as Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd., to bring out a chip for 5G, the next generation of wireless data networks for mobile phones.
With the new line-up of Wi-Fi chips from Qualcomm, it is the hope to which he has two lines of business that will one day come together. Both have Wi-Fi, and 6, which is a new standard that is expected to be in full roll-out by 2022, and 5G technologies are different from their predecessors in that they are designed in order to work more closely with one another, thus Wi-Fi routers for seamless hand-off of connections with cellular phones, and other devices that make use of both of these types of networks.
In addition, in contrast to the previous 4G technology in the networks are mostly owned by telecommunications companies, to 5G technology will allow companies to build up their own 5G networks to better connect the major sites, factories and other locations that are difficult to keep in order to have a blanket of Wi-Fi access is available.
Cristiano Amon, Qualcomm’s president and chief of its chip division, said the company hopes to one day sell the chips for both technologies, the authors of business networking and other stakeholders.
“You would expect that in the future, to see us, to talk about all the integrated platforms, which both millimeter-wave, and Wi-Fi-6,” Amun told Reuters in an interview.
Report by Stephen Nellis in San Francisco; Editing by Tom Brown