On the eve of MWC 2018, Intel held a press conference introducing the 5G deployment at the PyeongChang Winter Olympics and exploring the 5G vision for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
At the PyeongChang Winter Olympics, Intel and Korean operator KT deployed the largest 5G network to date, built 22 5G links at 10 Olympic venues, supporting applications such as IPTV, virtual reality and Wi-Fi, as well as offering audiences And visitors to provide Gigabit speed service.
Intel will bring its experience on 5G to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and will collaborate with Japanese operator NTT Docomo to provide 5G services while devices and networks equipped with Intel XMM 8060 5G multimode basebands will also be fully mature with more Extensive 5G service.
-HD video: 360-degree viewing angle 8K Ultra HD video, combined with Intel TrueVR Sydney Display Technology, gives viewers an immersive feel at home.
-Smart city sensor and all-connected car: The 5G is capable of handling unique data-intensive workloads, including face recognition, as well as providing 1Gbps 4K video transmission to car owners at speeds of up to 30km / h.
-athlete: 5G get rich data and analysis, athletes can conduct more targeted training, and 5G-based optimized wearable devices, intelligent electronic monitoring equipment, virtual reality, enhance the ambiguity, can further enhance the athlete's ability.