On September 3rd MediaTek announced the launch of the T750, a 5G platform for next-generation 5GCPE wireless products, as well as devices such as 5G fixed wireless access (FWA) and mobile hotspots (MiFi). The T750 features an advanced 7nm process, a highly integrated 5G modem and a four-core Arm CPU for complete functionality and configuration. Currently, the T750 is delivering samples to manufacturers.
MediaTek T750 platform integrates MediaTek wireless connectivity solutions, supports 4×4 and 2×2 x 2×2 dual-band Wi-Fi 6 chips, and SA stand-alone support for Sub-6GHz 5G networks 5G FR1 dual carrier aggregation in networking and NSA non-independent networking, FDD and TDD modes, carrier aggregation up to 5CC LTE support, built-in GPUs and display drivers for HD displays up to 720p, 4 PCIe interfaces for external Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, two 2.5Gbps SGMII interfaces, support for a variety of LAN port configurations, and PCM interfaces for external fixed-line phones. The T750 can provide consumers with small 5G devices that can be installed on their own, avoiding the time-consuming hassle of installing fixed-line broadband.
It is understood that the MediaTek T750 platform supports dual carrier aggregation (2CC CA) in the 5G Sub-6GHz band, with a wider 5G signal coverage, and is ideal for indoor and outdoor fixed wireless access products such as home routers and mobile hotspots. In addition, the T750 is highly integrated with a 5G NR FR1 modem, a four-core Arm Cortex-A55 processor, and a complete functional configuration to provide ODM and OEM vendors with performance and time-to-market benefits to accelerate development.
“With the proliferation of connected devices and the proliferation of services such as telecommuting, video conferencing and online courses, universal access to high-speed broadband connectivity is becoming increasingly important,” said Jingquan Xu, Vice President of MediaTek and General Manager of wireless communications. With the T750 platform, we will extend leading 5G technology beyond mobile phones, opening up new markets for operators and device manufacturers, allowing consumers to fully experience the benefits of 5G connectivity. “