Publisher: Administrator Date：2020-12-17
The beginning of the 5G east wind, spawning innovative IoT applications
Speaking of the industrial background of the summit, Meng Pu, Chairman of Qualcomm China, said in his speech: “5G networks are accelerating deployment, coverage continues to expand, and the level and category of 5G terminals are constantly enriched. The technical characteristics of 5G will accelerate The broader market of the bio-internet industry. In the first half of this year, many IoT products based on Qualcomm’s 5G solutions have been put on the market first, creating positive economic and social effects."
In 2020, China enters the second year of commercial use of 5G. Both 5G and the Internet of Things are key related areas of "new infrastructure". With its ultra-high speed, reliable connection, and ultra-low latency, 5G has become a future-oriented innovative unified connection architecture, enabling a wider range of IoT scenarios, and bringing new value to thousands of industries.
In this process, Qualcomm has strongly supported the commercialization and innovation of multi-category 5G terminals with a comprehensive and rich product portfolio. It has now launched multiple generations of Qualcomm Snapdragon 5G modems and radio frequency systems, multi-level Snapdragon 5G mobile platforms, and support for 5G. Snapdragon XR platform, mobile computing platform and robot platform. At present, more than 375 terminals equipped with Snapdragon 5G solutions have been released or are being designed around the world, covering many terminal types such as smartphones, CPE, XR, PCs, and robots.
In the field of Internet of Things, Qualcomm has continued to promote the evolution of mobile technology in the past many years to better support the development of the Internet of Things. At the same time, it has worked with many partners to achieve rapid commercialization and global expansion of products in different segments of the Internet of Things. At present, Qualcomm provides IoT solutions to more than 10,000 customers around the world, and its products have been deeply applied in multiple vertical fields such as smart manufacturing, smart cities, and smart retail.
This year, Qualcomm cooperated with Chinese manufacturers to launch diversified 5G IoT terminals based on the Snapdragon X555G modem and radio frequency system, becoming the industry's first batch of commercially available 5G IoT terminals, accelerating 5G scale expansion. Commercially available terminals cover 5G ultra-high-definition live broadcast backpacks, 5G cameras, robots, industrial gateways, 5G CPE and other types, which are used in news live broadcast, epidemic prevention and control, telemedicine, smart rescue, remote education, industrial inspection, warehousing and logistics, and home And more than ten types of scenes such as business and entertainment.
The Snapdragon X55 is the second-generation 5G commercial modem and radio frequency system launched by Qualcomm. It is designed for global 5G deployment. It adopts a 7-nanometer process and supports 5G to 2G multi-mode and all major frequency bands, including millimeter wave frequency bands and frequency bands below 6 GHz. ; Support TDD and FDD modes; support independent (SA) and non-independent (NSA) network deployment, bringing great deployment flexibility. Snapdragon X55 provides a complete solution from modem to antenna, which reflects the maturity and leading advantages of Qualcomm's 5G technology, helping many manufacturers around the world to quickly build 5G terminals for the global market, and expand 5G to a wider range of terminal types.
Initiated a 5G Internet of Things innovation plan to draw up a blueprint for the industry ecosystem
According to data from GSMA Intelligence, China has become the world's largest IoT market, accounting for 64% of the world's 1.5 billion cellular network connections. According to the forecast released by McKinsey in 2019, by 2023, the number of connected terminals worldwide will exceed 43 billion.
Compared with other industries, the IoT industry chain is longer, and the close collaboration of various participants is particularly important. Ecological cooperation and innovation is the core starting point for expanding the IoT ecosystem. In this regard, Yu Chengzhi, deputy general manager of China Mobile’s government and enterprise division, said in a speech at the summit: “We need to work with Qualcomm and industry partners to create a rich 5G industry terminal system to achieve scale effects from 1 to n in various industries. Lay a solid foundation for the scale development of 5G."
In order to accelerate the construction and development of the IoT industry ecosystem and enable Chinese manufacturers to better grasp the broad opportunities in the domestic and foreign markets, Qualcomm has joined forces with China Mobile, Broadwing Communications, Changhong, Ericsson, Alvi Video, Guanghetong, and Gosuncn. Lian, Gosuncn Robotics, Hongdian, One hundred meters robot, MAG Intelligent, Youfang Technology, OPPO, Suzhou Pengxun, Quectel, SIMCom, Chuangtonglianda, TVU, Gongjin Electronics, Weiwen Wireless, Wingtech, ZTE and others jointly advocated the launch of the "5G Internet of Things Innovation Plan", which aims to accelerate terminal form innovation, ecological cooperation innovation and digital upgrade innovation, and help release the potential of 5G.
Regarding the release of the "5G Internet of Things Innovation Plan," Sun Gang, Qualcomm's vice president of product marketing, said: "Qualcomm has always believed that the development of 5G is inseparable from the sincere cooperation of the industrial chain. We are working closely with the upstream and downstream of the industrial chain, And support for the developer ecosystem, export a wide range of product portfolios and technical expertise to all aspects of the industry, and rely on the ever-expanding global network and channels to help customers create highly competitive products and expand the global market. We are very I am pleased to work with China’s leading partners to jointly launch the 5G IoT innovation plan and draw up a blueprint for the 5G IoT ecosystem."
With deep technical expertise in the field of wireless communications and mobile computing, Qualcomm continues to support partners to expand 5G IoT applications in many areas. For example, Gosuncn Robotics, through its Gosuncn IoT module equipped with Snapdragon X55, quickly responded to market demand during the epidemic, and realized the function of adding human body temperature measurement to 5G epidemic prevention robots in just 6 days, which strongly supports anti-epidemic work ; TVU Networks adopted the Quectel module equipped with the Snapdragon X55 solution and launched the TVU One 5G live broadcast backpack, which provided an important support for the successful summit of the Chinese Mount Everest elevation measurement team in May this year; Allview uses the equipped with Snapdragon The Fibocom series modules of the Dragon X55 have launched a 5G+ ultra-high-definition integrated communication system, which will empower the ultra-high-definition video transmission technology in areas such as smart education, smart medical treatment, and industrial inspection; Paper Communication Module is the first to launch the DS8000 5G+4K/8K ultra-high-definition video transmission product. By supporting remote medical applications, it helps solve the problem of uneven distribution of medical resources.
In the round table forum of the summit, many Chinese partners also talked about the value that Qualcomm provides to partners and the entire IoT industry ecosystem. Zhang Dong, Chief Operating Officer of Quectel, said: “Qualcomm shares its own technology with the entire industrial ecosystem, enabling partners to obtain cutting-edge technical support, thereby stimulating rapid innovation and application, and ultimately benefiting consumers and the whole society”; Fan Dian, senior vice president of intelligence, said: “I hope to quickly accumulate global customer service with Qualcomm and industry partners through a series of globalization strategies, so that customers can enjoy the technological empowerment of the 5G Internet of Things era”; General Manager Yao Nan said: "Qualcomm's global tentacles and vision can help our domestic module manufacturers and solution manufacturers to expand the global market"; Luo Wei, vice president of Youfang Technology, said: "Qualcomm's leading technological advantage And a rich and complete product matrix can help us meet the application needs of different countries, industries, and customers across the world."
Fully release the potential of 5G and jointly build the future of the digital economy
According to the "5G Economy" report commissioned by Qualcomm and independently researched by IHS Markit, by 2035, 5G will create a global economic output of 13.2 trillion U.S. dollars, bringing to many industries such as automobiles, manufacturing, health care, education, and entertainment. Positive change. How to gather ecological forces to catalyze digital upgrading and innovation in a wide range of industries, and to achieve economic value and social benefits beyond imagination, is a common issue for all parties involved in the Chinese IoT industry ecosystem.
The continuous evolution of 5G standards will fully release the potential of 5G. Rel-16 completed by 3GPP in early July of this year will significantly expand 5G to new services, spectrums and deployment models, creating new opportunities for 5G Internet of Things services and helping to accelerate digital innovation and upgrades in more industries. Qualcomm's invention in Rel-16 can further improve service reuse and support more enhanced features, including high-performance IoT (such as industrial IoT) and low-complexity IoT (ie in-band eMTC/NB-IoT) ) And other fields of technological innovation. At the same time, Qualcomm is cooperating with the mobile ecosystem to carry out Rel-17 related projects, and develop advanced technologies for Rel-18 and future versions, to provide technical support for the development of the digital economy in the next ten years and beyond.
Facing the broad prospects of 5G Internet of Things, Qualcomm has consistently supported China's Internet of Things industry ecology. As Qualcomm’s senior vice president and general manager of the Internet of Things business Jeff Lorbeck emphasized, “Qualcomm will continue to increase its investment in Internet of Things technology and product roadmaps, and work hand in hand with Chinese Internet of Things industry partners. We will work together to promote the application of the Internet of Things in various vertical fields, and fully support our partners’ global business expansion, and achieve greater success in the 5G era."