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10 January 2019

Skyworks powers next-generation 4G/5G mobile hotspots

Skyworks Solutions Inc of Woburn, MA, USA (which manufactures analog and mixed-signal semiconductors) says that its SkyOne Ultra 3.0 portfolio is being leveraged by Inseego, a pioneer in 5G and intelligent Internet of Things (IoT) device-to-cloud solutions, for their next-generation mobile hotspot.

Given the significant growth in mobile subscribers and densification of data traffic – which will intensify with 5G – demand for portable, reliable, anytime connectivity is rapidly increasing. Skyworks’ compact, highly integrated front-end system is being utilized in combination with Qualcomm’s LTE X20 modem to power Inseego’s MiFi 8800L device, which is claimed to be the first commercially available gigabit LTE platform for Cat 18. The complete global solution covers more than 23 bands and provides ultra-fast user experiences with enterprise-grade security.

“Leveraging decades of expertise, Skyworks’ innovative cellular solutions are enabling a growing number of diverse applications,” says Carlos Bori, senior VP of sales and marketing. “Mobile hotspots and IoT enterprise devices represent yet another burgeoning market where Skyworks’ advanced wireless architectures are facilitating broad coverage and premium performance,” he adds.

“As we accelerate towards 5G, Skyworks is the ideal partner to provide next-level performance across consumer, enterprise and IoT use cases,” comments Ashish Sharma, chief marketing officer & executive VP of IoT and mobile solutions at Inseego. “Skyworks’ leading wireless engines seamlessly interface with our robust technologies to deliver unprecedented LTE speeds and highly reliable connections in dense traffic areas, a forerunner to what 5G networks will offer.”

According to Zion Market Research, the mobile hotspot router market is expected to rise at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 20% from about $2bn in 2017 to more than $7bn by 2024.

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