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UNISOC 5G Modem V510 Powers Latest 5G CPE

Last Updated on 2020/02/27

UNISOC, a leading global supplier of mobile communications chipsets and IoT chipsets, today announced that its 5G Modem V510 is powering China Unicom’s 5G CPE VN007 (Customer Premise Equipment).

Selling for CNY 999, this 5G CPE provides high-speed connection, allowing users to access a more intelligent and connected world.

The 5G CPE connects users’ Wi-Fi LAN to mobile operators’ 5G communications network, allowing both 5G and non-5G phones to access the high-speed 5G network via Wi-Fi.

UNISOC V510 allows for a high degree of integration with low power consumption, the high-performance chip can automatically adapt to 5G NSA and SA dual-mode networking, overcoming the inability of NSA devices to access 5G in areas covered by a SA network. This is a particularly crucial feature as SA networks are set to rapidly expand in 2020, and allows more users to enjoy 5G.

Supporting 5G bands n78/n41/n79 – UNISOC V510 allows for full basic network coverage, allowing hundreds of millions of users to enjoy a true wireless super fiber broadband experience. Beyond the home broadband and household device market, UNISOC V510’s industrial-grade chip design fits a broad range of applications including corporate wireless networks, campus networks, and 5G industrial IoT.

Additional features of UNISOC V510 include support for VoNR, a low-latency, high-quality 5G voice calling service that enables more immersive virtual reality experiences. UNISOC V510 also supports 2G to 5G networks, meeting the different needs of a wide range of users.

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