Chipset maker MediaTek plans to expand into vehicles, satellite communications
New Delhi Technology company MediaTek, which provides micro-chipsets for nearly two billion connected devices globally every year, has said it is expanding its market share of its latest technologies in emerging automotive, satellite communication and space technology. is in preparation.
Company executives in the latest episode of the program titled ‘MediaTek Technology Diaries’ of meetings with analysts and market participants showcased the powerful chipsets – MediaTek Dimensity 9200 Plus and 9000 Plus and Dimensity Auto – in the capital on Thursday evening. The company’s thrust is towards MediaTek’s latest technologies in automotive, satellite communication and space technology.
Anku Jain, Managing Director, Noida-based MediaTek India, reiterated its commitment towards expanding its presence across the smartphone and smart device ecosystem in India. The company shared its latest portfolio and upcoming 5G chipsets which include MediaTek Dimensity 9200 Plus, 9000 Plus, 8020, 7050, 7200, Companio 1200, MediaTek Dimensity Auto and MediaTek Genio 1200. MediaTek said that it has also entered into some of the latest alliances across portfolio with Motorola, Flipkart, HP, OnePlus, Lava, Xiaomi, Infinix, Oppo, Vivo, Tecno, Realme, iQOO and Samsung etc.”
Shri Jain said, “New age technologies like Internet of Things, 5G, 6G, Artificial Intelligence, Cloud Computing and AR/VR are creating a new wave of innovation. In addition, we are looking to innovate in new verticals such as automotive, satellite communication and connectivity.”
Speaking on the occasion, Shivam Ranjan, Head of Marketing (Asia Pacific), Motorola said, “Innovation has always been the hallmark of Motorola. We have already taken the lead in providing the best consumer experience in India using 5G technology. The recently introduced Motorola Edge 40 is powered by the powerful MediaTek Dimensity 8020 chipset.
According to Prabhu Ram, Head of Industry Intelligence Group, CyberMedia Research (CMR), India’s connected consumers are becoming increasingly aware of the importance of chipsets for better performance.
The discussion featured Atul Handa, Business Head (TV), Flipkart, Faisal Kavusa, TechArc, Anshika Jain, Counterpoint, Indian mobile phone maker
Sumit Singh, Product Head, Lava International also participated. Mr. Singh said that we are very excited about the response to the smart phone Lava Agni 2 launched a few days ago which is powered by India’s first Dimensity 7050 and we are determined to increase its production.