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GlobalFoundries and Qualcomm deepen 5G RF collaboration

GlobalFoundries (GF) and Qualcomm Global Trading, a subsidiary of Qualcomm Technologies, have announced that they are extending their RF collaboration on 5G multi-Gigabit speed RF front-end products.

This collaboration is the latest of several strategic initiatives by GF as it looks to deliver highly differentiated solutions.

Commenting Dr. Bami Bastani, senior vice president and general manager, mobile and wireless infrastructure strategic business unit at GF said, “Our strong collaboration with Qualcomm Technologies includes sub-6 GHz to unlock everyday access to 5G, and cutting-edge mmWave technology to take 5G to the next level by delivering unmatched data speeds while continuing to provide the longest possible battery life for smartphones, computers, automobiles, network access points and many other 5G connected products.”

“With accelerating demand for RF front-end products in a 5G world, robust low-power semiconductor solutions are critical,” added Christian Block, senior vice president and general manager, RFFE, QUALCOMM Germany RFFE. “Our collaboration with GlobalFoundries, and their leadership in RF-specific, feature-rich foundry solutions, helps to ensure that we’re able to meet the high-performance requirements of our cutting-edge 5G products.”


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Neil Tyler

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