Keysight Technologies said that prominent device, modem and network equipment manufacturers, as well as mobile operators, are using its 5G solutions to showcase their latest technology at Mobile World Congress, Barcelona (MWC 2019).
More than 15 market leaders, including Qualcomm Technologies, Motorola Mobility (Lenovo), and Xilinx, will use Keysight’s solutions to showcase their latest technology for 5G, IoT and connected car applications at MWC 2019, said the company.
“This year’s show is particularly exciting as the industry is now on the threshold of 5G commercialization. New use cases for 5G technology – including virtual reality, connected cars and cities – are also at a stage of becoming a reality. There is no doubt that 5G technology will have a significant impact on our daily lives,” said Ron Nersesian, president and CEO of Keysight Technologies.
The top modem and device manufacturers have selected Keysight’s 5G network and channel emulation solutions to accelerate the first wave of commercial 5G smartphones, including: Qualcomm Technologies, Samsung, OPPO, Xiaomi, MediaTek, UNISOC (Spreadtrum), Motorola Mobility, among others, said the company.
“5G has witnessed the power of collaboration at a global scale, which has been instrumental in advancing broad-scale innovations and breakthroughs,” said Satish Dhanasekaran, senior vice president of Keysight Technologies and president of Keysight’s Communications Solutions Group.
Keysight said that O-RAN Alliance members will showcase the industry’s first operating white box demonstration of an O-RAN 5G radio unit (RU), using Keysight’s end-to-end visibility, validation and performance test capability across radio frequency (RF) and protocol measurement domains.
Keysight’s prominent role in developing the 3GPP standards is helping the industry accelerate the development of O-RAN systems, providing service providers with the flexibility needed to address a diverse set of demands in support of new vertical market opportunities, said the company.
Keysight will be launching several new solutions at MWC19 including wider bandwidths in mmWave spectrum, massive MIMO and beamforming.