MediaTek has reiterated its commitment to the ‘Design in India’ initiative, by empowering Indian ecosystem for 5G enabled advanced technologies.
With its focus on ‘Design in India’ in line with Aatmanirbhar Bharat, the company announced a strategic collaboration with Invendis, an Indian ODM, to roll out 5G and Wi-Fi router solutions at IMC. The Silbo range of Wi-Fi 5 and Wi-Fi 6 routers powered by MediaTek chipsets is completely indigenous offering from Invendis aligned with the Government push for “Vocal for Local” products.
The Lava ‘Blaze 5G’ powered by MediaTek Dimensity 700 chipset was launched on the sidelines of IMC 2022. The 5G smartphone offers Indians accessible 5G technology and an all-around smartphone experience.
“As India witnesses the rollout of 5G, we aim to spearhead digital transformation while enabling technology democratization. We have showcased our innovative portfolio of 5G powered and Design in India smart solutions across categories like smartphones and smart homes at IMC. This is in line with our focus on enabling Atmanirbhar Bharat and our efforts to collaborate with various indigenous OEMs, while also upgrading our chipset portfolio to reflect the demands of new-age India. With 5G now a reality, MediaTek is fully prepared to power a transforming nation, defined by advanced technologies and evolving connectivity solutions,” said Anku Jain, Managing Director, MediaTek India.
MediaTek showcased a wide range of solutions across:
- Design in India zone – showcases technology prowess and benefits that 5G and other new-age technologies will unleash across sectors with product line-up across brands like Invendis, Relesys, Tessolve, Eldass, Libre and MoMagic, among others.
- Smartphone zone – included the latest devices powered by flagship 5G chipsets – MediaTek Dimensity 9000+ and Dimensity 9000. Some of the devices on display included brands like Asus, Vivo, Redmi, Samsung, Realme, Oppo, Lava, OnePlus, Redmi, Infinix, Motorola and Poco.
- Smart Home Zone – product line-up included smart TVs, tablets, wearables, smart clocks, routers, Chromebooks, home automation, set-top boxes, surveillance products, indoor and outdoor CPEs from across brands including Amazon, HP, Sony, Lenovo, Xiaomi, Quectel, Fibocomm, PV Technologies, Realme, Relesys, PayTm, VVDN, Libre, Kent, Byju, Proscend, Zyxel, Arcadyan, FII, Quanta and RuRuTek, among others.
“5G has the potential to unleash new business opportunities and innovative use cases across industries, catering to the increasing next-gen technology requirements of consumers. At IMC, MediaTek showcased various products powered by the advanced chipset series such as MediaTek Dimensity, Helio, Pentonic, Kompanio, Genio and Filogic, offering visitors a kaleidoscopic view of technology innovations in the connected devices ecosystem and its impact across the 3C’s of the Indian economy- communication, connection, and commerce. We look forward to taking this vision forward in the coming year as India sees the rollout of new 5G opportunities leveraging technologies like Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things, Cloud, etc.,” said Anuj Siddharth, Deputy Director – Marketing & Communication, MediaTek India.