Intel Announces Its First 5G Module For PCs With Two New 11th Gen Intel Core Processors - Viral Bake

Intel announced a list of updates which includes distinct new products, at the keynote of its Computex 2021. The amazing thing is now the users get a 5G module for PCs named Intel 5G Solution 5000.

The American chip manufacturer says that the Intel 5G Solution 5000 is the result of the previously announced collaboration with MediaTek and Fibocom. They help with product development, product definition, product certification, and support. Fibocom helps in supplying 5G solutions to Intel.

Source: PC World Australia

With the help of Intel 5G Solution 5000, Intel will now offer 5G connectivity paired with Intel Wi-Fi 6/6E (Gig+). It will give an enhanced connectivity experience across network types for users. Moreover, it promises that it will offer five times faster speeds over Intel Gigabit Long-Term Evolution (LTE) from anywhere.

Two New 11th Gen Intel Core processors

Apart from this new 5G module, the company also announced two new additions to its 11th Gen Intel Core processors lineup. Meant for light-and-thin Windows-based laptops, the new chipsets are the Core i5-1155G7 and the Core i7-1195G7.

The Core i7-1195G7 comes with a single-core turbo speed of a maximum 5GHz, while the Core i5-1155G7 runs at up to 4.5GHz. With the launch of these Intel Core processors, the users get a 25 percent overall “application performance advantage over the competition.”

As per the company, it can be expected for over 60 designs based on the Intel Core i7-1195G7 and Intel Core i5-1155G7 by this holiday season. It includes laptops from ASUS, Acer, MSI, and Lenovo. A near-total of 250 designs will make use of the 11th Gen Intel Core U-series processors by this holiday season.


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