Samsung announces new SoC for enhanced 5G jointly developed with Marvell

by Mohit

On March 26, 2021, Samsung and Marvell announced that the companies have jointly developed a new System-on-Chip (SoC) to improve the performance of the 5G network. The SoC will be used in Samsung’s Massive MIMO and other innovative radios to enter the market in 2021 to make an operator tired.

As per the official‘s report, the SoC is designed to initiate the implementation of new technologies that increase the efficiency and coverage of cellular radios while reducing power consumption and size. The new SoC is set to support both 5G and 4G networks simultaneously and saves up to 70% on chipset power consumption compared to previous solutions.

Junehee Lee, Executive Vice President and Head of R&D, Networks Business at Samsung Electronics said, “We are excited to extend our collaboration with Marvell to unveil a new SoC that will combine both companies’ strengths in innovation to advance 5G network solutions”.

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Samsung and Marvell have been working together to provide leading generation solutions for many generations. The companies announced their cooperation last year to develop new 5G products, including innovative radio structures, to address the computing power required for Massive MIMO expansions.

Regarding this, Raj Singh, Executive Vice President of Marvell’s Processors Business Group said, “Our collaboration with Samsung spans multiple generations of radio network products and demonstrates Samsung’s strong technology leadership. The joint effort includes 4G and 5G basebands and radios,”

Samsung has successfully launched 5G end-to-end solutions, including chipsets, radios, and cores. Through current research and development, Samsung is leading 5G networks from market-leading product portfolios to fully virtualized RAN and Core to private network solutions and AI-powered automation devices. The company currently provides connectivity to millions of customers worldwide.

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