MediaTek launched Dual 4G VoLTE solution, First Narrow Band IoT SoC


On Tuesday MediaTek unveiled its ‘Dual 4G VoLTE’ solution in association with China Mobile. It permits dual-SIM smartphones to support 4G VoLTE with together SIM cards inspite of providing support to the first SIM card. The corporation also unveiled its first narrow band Internet of Things Sytem-on-Chip (SoC).

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As most dual-SIM smartphones offer 4G VoLTE support on the primary SIM card, the new Dual 4G VoLTE solution from MediaTek offers the support to both first and second slot SIM cards. The corporations further conveyed in a statement that, the MediaTek Helio X30 SoC, which was introduced previous year, is the “industry’s first chipset to absolute the interoperability test of dual 4G VoLTE on the China Mobile network.

The corporation further conveys that its new solution will maximize the usability of dual VoLTE with stable calling superiority and high data transfer rates, permitting customers to get high-quality Internet and calling experiences.

MediaTek introduced its initial narrow band IoT SoC – the MT2625. The corporation further added that it has directed to build the world’s least NB-IoT module (16x18mm) about the chipset, again in group effort with China Mobile.

The corporation further conveys in a statement that, MediaTek’s new ultra-low-power MT2625 SoC supports a full frequency band (from 450MHz to 2.1GHz) of 3GPP R13 (NB1) and R14 (NB2) standards for a wide range of IoT applications counting smart home control, logistics tracking, and smart meters.

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MT2625 SoC is an NB-IoT chipset that has been built to convene the necessity of cost-sensitive and small IoT devices. The MT2625 chipset comes with an ARM Cortex-M microcontroller (MCU), pseudo-static RAM (PSRAM), flash memory, and power management unit (PMU).

The corporation further added that, the chip leverages MediaTek’s advanced power utilization technology to enhance IoT devices to work with chargeable batteries for years.