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Intel pfeift auf 5G-Chips für Handys

Intel Corp on Monday announced new chips and partnerships that it hopes will persuade its investors that the billions of dollars in research and development that it has poured into 5G networking technology will pay off.Intel Corp on Monday announced new chips and partnerships that it hopes will per...

Intel aims to push beyond phones with 5G infrastructure deals - Reuters

Reuters reports that Intel has confirmed it does not expect its 5G chips to be in consumer products until 2020. Intel Corp executives said on...Reuters reports that Intel has confirmed it does not expect its 5G chips to be in consumer products until 2020. Intel Corp executives said on...

Intel's 5G Chips Won't Appear in Mobile Phones Until 2020 - MacRumors

“We still don't know if Intel decided to stop making 5G chips lead to the Apple-Qualcomm settlement, or if the Apple-Qualcomm settlement lead to Intel deciding to stop making 5G chips.”

Austen Hufford on Twitter: "We still don't know if Intel decided to stop making 5G chips lead to the Apple-Qualcomm settlement, or if the Apple-Qualcomm settlement lead to Intel deciding to stop making 5G chips."

“Don't misread this announcement. Intel is not, in any way, out of the 5G business. What will make our 5G future possible are inexpensive sensors and chips that enable and empower the internet of everything. Intel is right in the center of that business. https://t.co/hqALFgFqiU”

Shelly Palmer on Twitter: "Don't misread this announcement. Intel is not, in any way, out of the 5G business. What will make our 5G future possible are inexpensive sensors and chips that enable and empower the internet of everything. Intel is right in the center of that business. https://t.co/hqALFgFqiU"

““Apple needs chips that will connect the iPhone to the new, fifth-generation wireless networks being introduced now or risk falling behind its rivals. The company had bet on Intel Corp., but recently decided its would-be 5G supplier wasn’t up to the task.” https://t.co/7T4SP6Jb4v”

Steve Kopack on Twitter: "“Apple needs chips that will connect the iPhone to the new, fifth-generation wireless networks being introduced now or risk falling behind its rivals. The company had bet on Intel Corp., but recently decided its would-be 5G supplier wasn’t up to the task.” https://t.co/7T4SP6Jb4v"