HFCL, MediaTek partner to help Indian telcos address last-mile 5G connectivity

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New Delhi, Feb 27 : In a bid to push the government’s vision of creating a sustainable telecom ecosystem, technology enterprise and communications solution provider HFCL Limited on Tuesday partnered with chip-maker MediaTek to integrate its chipset with the indoor 5G solution and help telecom operators address last-mile connectivity challenges.

HFCL’s 5G FWA Indoor CPE offers features like ultra-compact form factor and minimal power consumption, owing to MediaTek T750 chipset.

The 7nm compact chipset is equipped with a 5G radio and quad-core Arm CPU, ensuring seamless connectivity across multiple devices with dual-band 4×4 Wi-Fi 6 support, the company said in a statement on the sidelines of ‘MWC 2024’ in Barcelona, Spain.

“The HFCL 5G FWA Indoor CPE helps telecom operators address the last-mile connectivity challenges in an ultra-compact form factor and provides a fibre-like experience to both consumers and enterprises,” said Mahendra Nahata, Managing Director, HFCL.estiti eleganti max mara converse blanche et doré astro a50 ps4 and pc logitech c270 microphone not working tapis de reception gonflable raptor converse blanche et doré polaroid κάμερα pallone calcio a 11 puma suede classic velvet sneakers in cordovan leather calfskin velvet tongue and toe cap brandon aiyuk jersey youth jayden daniels jersey cheap yeezys meilleur lampe uv nike wiki játék hajszárító árukeresö

Featuring a 2.5 Gbps Ethernet interface for high-speed data transfer, the HFCL 5G solution has an embedded eSIM.

It is a plug-and-play device that includes an AI-integrated mobile app, enabling user-friendly self-installation and helping identify the best signal location, the company said.

“This partnership is another endeavour to support the Indian government’s vision of creating a sustainable telecom ecosystem by promoting local manufacturing,” said Evan Su, General Manager, Wireless Communications, MediaTek.

“Our modem propels their vision by offering full functionality, enabling device makers to create high-performance CPE products in the smallest, yet the most efficient form factors,” Su added.

As per industry estimates, the global 5G last-mile equipment market is projected to reach $68 billion by 2030.

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