Skyworks 5G
What is 5G?
Simply put, 5G mobile networks and wireless systems are the next phase in global telecommunication standards. However, to refer to it as merely a "next phase" is truly an understatement given how wireless connectivity has expanded far beyond smartphones and WLAN routers to new and previously unimagined markets and applications. While we are still in the early stages of evolving from person-to-person communications towards device-to-device connectivity throughout the connected home, machine-to-machine, industrial and automotive markets, these new and exciting applications are bringing profound advancements in deep learning, artificial intelligence and "ambient awareness." The way we do business and interact with each other today will be virtually unrecognizable to many in 5-10 years, yet entirely ordinary to our children.

As a premier provider of wireless front-end solutions, Skyworks is an expert in connectivity. We are enabling the 5G evolution by advancing our technology leadership and extending our product reach to power some of the world's most exciting communication platforms. Skyworks is a member and key contributor to the industry's most influential standards organizations including ETSI and 3GPP, where we participate in the development of specifications critical for emerging 5G applications.

Enhanced Broadband Support

With 5G, broadband speed will be 100x faster than existing 4G LTE.

Massive IoT

5G will enable and enhance connectivity for an estimated 75 billion connections by 2025.

Mission Critical Services

5G's speed and reliabiliity will enable applications such as autonumous driving and augmented reality.

Infrastructure Upgrades

5G will dramatically improve data throughput via wireles infrastructure, enabling 99.99% network reliability.

5G New Radio Solutions:
Revolutionary Applications Here Sooner Than You Think

Our latest white paper offers an in-depth exploration of 5G challenges and opportunities, as well as practical solutions for early network deployments. As an innovator of leading wireless technologies spanning generations of standards, we offer our view on the rollout of 5G, illustrating how new radio features can be employed across several different usage cases.

5G in Perspective: A Pragmatic Guide to What's Next

Our first 5G white paper examines the current state of LTE networks, discusses ways it could evolve to deliver a 5G user experience and identifies the tools and techniques required to support a 100x data throughput improvement. Given that much has transpired within a few generations of cellular standards, we answer the question: what's next as we evolve to 5G.