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FutureStarrMediaTek - Powering the Brands You Love
MediaTek is a company synonymous with incredible innovation. From the brands you love to the smart homes you use, the company is responsible for the powering of these products. Here are some examples of products powered by this company: Dimensity 9000+, Helio P90, and Pentonic 2000.
The latest mediaTek processor is now powering some of the world's leading smartphones and tablets. The Dimensity 9000+ is a mid-cycle refresh of the Dimensity 9000, which was a flagship chip last year. Although it features the same cores and architecture as the old chip, there are several notable improvements. Among them are a 5% boost in CPU speed and a 10% boost in GPU performance. As a result, the processor is far more future-proof than its predecessor.
The MediaTek Dimensity 9000+ has a GPU that's based on the latest Arm Mali-G710 GPU, which has 10 cores and throttles its performance when under load. In addition, it includes the MediaTek 5th generation AI processing unit, which boosts power efficiency by 40% and performance by 400%. This processor also supports 4K60 HDR10+, and comes with MediaTek Intelligent Display Sync 2.0, which adjusts the refresh rate to match the frame rate.
MediaTek's new chip is a technological leap forward in mobile chipsets. The Dimensity 9000 uses Arm's v9 architecture, and the Cortex-X2 performance core clocks at 3.05GHz, while Cortex-A710 efficiency cores run at 1.8GHz. Furthermore, the Dimensity 9000's GPU is a 10-core Arm Mali-G710, which the company claims can increase performance by up to 4x. The processor is also equipped with MediaTek's 7th generation 18-bit Imagiq ISP, which can capture 320-megapixel images.
The new Dimensity 9000 chipset will be made by TSMC on 4nm technology, making it more energy-efficient than competing chips. This chip will be the first to feature four nm fabrication process, and it will have more transistors than other flagship chips. The Dimensity 9000 is expected to be available in Q2 2022.
Another major upgrade in the Dimensity 9000 is the addition of 5G support. The chip is capable of processing three cameras at once and can also capture video at up to 320MP. Dual-frequency GPS support is also included, enabling users to keep track of their location with ease.
While the Dimensity 9000 is more powerful than the Snapdragon 888, it falls short in some areas. Its camera and AI performance isn't up to par with the top flagship processors. It's still a good phone to own if you're on a budget, but the performance is not as impressive as a premium phone.
This powerful new chipset will enable next-generation flagship smartphones to run faster. The chip supports all 5G bands on sub-6Hz, but it doesn't support mmWave connectivity. However, its underlying technology makes it a versatile platform that can power any mobile device.
The MediaTek Helio P90 is a midrange mobile processor from the company that is a bit like Qualcomm's Snapdragon 700 series chips, but with AI features built-in. The P90 offers features such as human pose detection, deep learning facial recognition, and real-time beautification. It also provides fast connectivity and less power consumption. Its design will suit the needs of 4G only operators, and is future-proof as the 2G/3G networks continue to be phased out.
The Helio P90 is equipped with an AI engine with the MediaTek NeuroPilot SDK. This chip supports complex AI experiences and is capable of deep-learning facial detection, real-time beautification, scene and object identification, and mixed reality acceleration. It also supports Google's image recognition software, Lens. MediaTek expects to start shipping phones with the new chipset in Q1 2019. If you're interested in upgrading your smartphone's CPU, this is a great way to make it more competitive with other chips.
The Helio P90 features six A55 processors and an Imagination Technologies PowerVR GM 9446 GPU. It also features MediaTek's CorePilot technology, which is intended to ensure efficient processing across the CPU cores. In addition to high performance, the Helio P90 also boasts a long battery life.
The MediaTek Helio P90 also features a powerful AI engine with three image signal processors. This AI engine is capable of detecting faces, scenes, and motion even in low light. It can also perform tasks like analyzing images from a moving vehicle. With this AI engine, the P90 can also detect a face in low-light conditions.
The MediaTek Helio P90 is a popular chipset used in many phones. The chip was first announced in December 2018 and is now used in smartphones by many brands. This chipset is also used in the Oppo Reno Z and the Ulefone T3 and other similar models. The P90 is one of MediaTek's flagship products and is already making waves in the mobile phone market.
The latest 4G LTE WorldMode modem from MediaTek introduces features such as 256QAM, 3CA, and 4x4 MIMO to ensure reliable connectivity. It is also compatible with VoLTEVoWiFi, which is supported by over 100 cellular operators worldwide. It also supports the 600MHz frequency band in North America.
The MediaTek Pentonic 2000 processor is one of the world's most powerful smart TV chips. With support for four directional microphones, it allows TV makers to add voice assistant and AI-Voice technologies. The company claims the Pentonic 2000 will make TVs more intuitive and enjoyable to use.
The Pentonic 2000 chip is built on a 7nm process, which makes it one of the fastest commercial TV chips available. It supports 120Hz and 8K resolutions and boasts advanced features like an in-chip artificial intelligence engine. It also supports ATSC 3.0 and ultra-fast wireless connectivity.
The Pentonic 2000 also features Dolby Atmos sound, 4 HDMI 2.1 ports, which are the latest standards for video and audio. Other features include a Wi-Fi 6E connection and integrated Filogic chips. This chipset is designed for smart TVs and offers the fastest wireless internet connectivity for up to 8K streaming media.
The Pentonic 2000 is the company's most powerful multimedia SoC, aimed at flagship 8K TVs. It features an AI-powered multi-core AI engine that intelligently upscales lower-resolution content for 8K screens. It also intelligently enhances pictures to take full advantage of the resolution.
The Pentonic chip will also enable gaming in Dolby Vision. It will be the first chips to support Dolby Vision IQ with Precision Detail. Next-generation TVs will be able to support this feature as soon as the second quarter of 2022. Dolby Vision IQ features the ability to reveal vivid details in dark and bright areas, and the MediaTek Pentonic 2000 chip will make it possible for TV manufacturers to incorporate it easily.
The Pentonic 2000 processor supports common multimedia codecs, including the latest VVC and HEVC standards. It also supports up to four HDMI 2.1 ports. Wi-Fi 6E wireless connectivity is another key feature of this processor. It supports Dolby Vision HDR playback and Dolby Atmos audio.
The MediaTek Pentonic 2000 chip has AI-powered capabilities. Its AI-Picture Quality engine supports 8K resolution. However, the vast majority of current content does not have this resolution. Therefore, if you play 1.080p content on an 8K screen, it will look pixelated and have poor picture quality. The AI-Picture Quality engine on the Pentonic 2000 chip enables it to detect content that is below its native resolution and process it in real time to enhance its quality.
The Pentonic 2000 chip also enables 8K 120Hz video. With these capabilities, it is ready to power the next generation of smart TVs. Its success in the 4K and FHD spaces should be replicated in the 8K space. The Pentonic 2000 chip offers a great solution for next-generation smart TVs.
MediaTek Pentonic 2000 is equipped with the fastest CPU and GPU. It also supports UFS 3.1 storage. It also features MediaTek Intelligent View technology, which allows OEMs to divide an 8K display into multiple screens and create a display wall of content. Intelligent View also enables multi-tasking, with multiple video sources streamed simultaneously.
Mediatek has several products in the low-end and mid-range segments. Its low-end chips are based on Cortex-A53 CPU cores. The processors have limited graphical capabilities and are not capable of heavy-duty tasks. The low-end chips also don't support 4K recording or 5G connectivity. However, Mediatek's Helio G35 and Helio G25 chips are aimed at the gaming market.
The new 6nm Dimensity 1300 is part of the new 5G series from MediaTek. It comes with a 200MP HDR-ISP sensor and integrates the company's HyperEngine 5.0 for a balance of power and performance. This enables better efficiency in gaming and everyday use scenarios. The phone also comes with new AI enhancements and a 9-core Mali-G77 GPU. It supports 4K HDR video and 5G networks.
The Dimensity 1300 is expected to debut in smartphones in Q2 2022. The new chipset is expected to offer performance comparable to Qualcomm's latest 7-series chipset. OnePlus hasn't yet announced which model will use it, but the upcoming OnePlus Nord 3 is expected to feature it.
Compared to the Dimensity 1200, the Dimensity 1300 is more power efficient. It features two Cortex-A78 cores clocked at three GHz, a third clocked at 2.6 GHz. It also comes with a Mali-G77 MP9 GPU and supports 2,520 x 1,080-pixel displays.
The new Dimensity 1300 supports up to 16GB of RAM and supports UFS 3.1 flash storage. It also has a 168Hz maximum refresh rate. It has a Third-generation APU and AI technology. Other features of the phone include UFS 3.1, 2*2 WiFi 6 and Bluetooth 5.2.
The Dimensity 1300 is a high-end SoC based on TSMC's 6nm process. It is expected to appear in premium mid-range smartphones in 2022. The OnePlus Nord 2T/3T will use this chipset, which includes an octa-core processor and a Mali-G77 MC9 GPU.
The MediaTek Dimensity 8000 series of chips support high-definition cameras with up to 200 megapixels. They also support 4K video recording at 60 frames per second and are HDR10+ certified. In addition, these chips include MediaTek's fifth-generation APU.
The Dimensity 8000 Max is based on the company's 5nm process and offers high performance along with healthy power consumption. It features an octa-core processor with a frequency of 2.75GHz and is equipped with a Mali-610 GPU. The chip also features an Imagiq ISP.
The chip's CPU cores are Cortex-A78, while the chipset's GPU uses the latest ARM Mali-G610 MC6 architecture. Both chips support LPDDR5 RAM and UFS 3.1 storage. Both chipsets support 5G connectivity, although mmWave is not available with the Dimensity series. However, they do support the Sub-6GHz band, which is super-fast.
The Dimensity 8000 series has already shaken the mid-range market, with its powerful specifications. It has four Cortex A78 cores clocked at 2.75GHz and four Cortex-A55 cores clocked at 2.0GHz. In addition, it also has a Mali-G510 MC6 GPU for powerful gaming. It is also capable of handling 200MP cameras and supports Wi-Fi 6E/2x2 and Bluetooth 5.3. This chipset is not only powerful, but it is also affordable and can be found in smartphones that cost between $400 and $700.
The MediaTek Dimensity 8000 series processor is expected to power OnePlus 10R. It is rumored to launch with 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. It is expected to run Android 12-based OxygenOS 12 out of the box. Other features of the phone include a 50MP rear camera with OIS, an 8MP ultrawide sensor, and a 2-megapixel macro sensor. There are also reports that the smartphone will include an in-display fingerprint reader. Further, it is expected to support 4K 60fps video recording.
The MediaTek Dimensity 8100 is a new 5 nm chip from the company that targets the non-flagship smartphone market. The company's previous chip, the Dimensity 8000, scored 750,000 points on AnTuTu. That's more than the average score of the Snapdragon 870. The 8100 is likely to achieve even higher scores.
The Dimensity 8100's GPU is up to par with the Adreno 660 GPU on the Snapdragon 888. In fact, it has better benchmark scores than the Snapdragon 888. Both chips are 5G ready, but the 8100's chip has a faster 5G modem and a higher frequency.
The new chipset is expected to debut with Chinese-made smartphones in Q1 2022. The first device to feature it is expected to be the Redmi K50 Pro. MediaTek is also expected to use it in upper midrange devices. It will be compatible with 5G networks, allowing download speeds of up to 4,7 Gigabits per second. The new chipset will also support the 6E standard, which means that it can use the 6GHz band.
The new Dimensity 8100 chipset will be available on MediaTek.com.tw on March 2. The chip will feature four Cortex-A78 processor cores clocked at 2.85GHz, as well as four Cortex-A55 CPU cores clocked at 1.6GHz. The chip will also support up to 16GB of RAM. The chip will support LTE speeds of up to 500Mbps, and will offer better battery life than the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 Plus.
The Helio P35 is a smartphone processor that will power the upcoming smartphones from MediaTek. It is an octa-core processor built using TSMC's advanced 12nm FinFET manufacturing process. The Helio P35's eight cores are all Cortex-A53, clocked at 2.3GHz each. It also supports up to 10GB of RAM and has Cat 10 LTE support for download speeds of up to 450Mbps.
The Helio P35 will support Full HD+ displays with 20:9 aspect ratio. The processor will also support LPDDR3 and LPDDR4x RAM, and eMMC 5.1 storage. The camera will have a single 25MP sensor with support for Electronic Image Stabilization. It will also support Face Unlock and Multi-frame noise reduction.
The Helio P35 is a mid-range processor that promises to deliver impressive performance. It outperforms the Snapdragon 625 and nearly parallels the Snapdragon 675. However, it falls behind the Snapdragon 636. In fact, only the Snapdragon 660 has higher performance in the mid-range segment. This processor is similar to the HiSilicon Kirin 650, which is another mid-range chip.
MediaTek's Helio P35 processor is the latest addition to its Helio series of processors. It is a 2.3GHz ARM Cortex-A53 processor, with a GPU called PowerVR GE8320. It also supports up to 6GB of RAM. This chip is manufactured using 12 nm technology. It can deliver up to 150 Mbps of connectivity. This chipset has been featured in a number of smartphones, including the newly launched Xiaomi Mi Play and the LG K51s.
The MediaTek Helio P22 is a powerful new smartphone that brings advanced AI experiences. The chipset supports common AI frameworks including TensorFlow, TF Lite, and Caffe2. Among its other advanced features are Face ID, dual-camera depth-of-field, and Smart Photo Album.
Its processor is based on the MediaTek Helio series and features 8 cores. The chipset uses a 12-nanometer process to produce its chips, and boasts high-quality dual camera photography. The processor is also remarkably power-efficient. The MediaTek Helio P22 is a great choice for those looking for an affordable yet high-end smartphone.
The Helio P22 is a 64-bit ARM LTE SoC, manufactured on TSMC's 12 nm process. It incorporates eight Arm Cortex-A53 cores and a low-power depth engine to ensure better low-light performance and minimize noise and chromatic aberration. In addition, the Helio P22 supports fast 30 fps video recording and supports dual main cameras with up to 13 MP and 8 MP.
The MediaTek Helio P22 supports a large, 20:9 aspect ratio HD+ (1600 x 720) display, and provides a great balance between power efficiency and sharpness. It also supports a wide variety of memory controllers and an IMG PowerVR GE8320 GPU with up to 650MHz.
This midrange smartphone is equipped with a 13+8 MP dual camera system. This camera also incorporates a hardware depth engine and supports Depth of Field effects. Additionally, it has an improved Electronic Image Stabilization (EIS) and Rolling Shutter Compensation (RSC) engine, which minimizes distorted video.
The Helio A25 is a powerful processor with eight processor cores. It supports a wide range of GNSS technologies, including GPS, Glonass, Beidou, and Galileo. It also supports high-quality audio and video. The Helio A25 can deliver up to 1.8 GHz of maximum speed. It is also equipped with a level two and level three cache.
The MediaTek Helio A25 is a new entry-level ARM SoC designed for smartphones. The chip is made using a 12nm FinFET manufacturing process and packs eight ARM Cortex-A53 CPU cores. Each core is divided into an efficiency cluster and a performance cluster, and is clocked at 1.8 GHz and 1.5 GHz, respectively. The Helio A25 is also equipped with an LPDDR3/LPDDR4x memory controller and is capable of supporting high-speed memory.
The MediaTek Helio A25 is equipped with MediaTek's CorePilot technology, which enables faster performance, lower power consumption, and enhanced UX. The chip features power-aware scheduling, thermal management, and UX monitoring, which results in an incredibly reliable and consistent user experience. It also uses TSMC's ultra-efficient 12nm FinFET production process to boost CPU performance and GPU. The Helio A25 supports up to 16MP single cameras with AI bokeh, as well as a dual camera system.
The MediaTek Helio A25 processor supports HD+ 1600 x 720 resolution. It also supports dual-camera setups up to 13 MP plus 5 MP and 16 MP with AI-bokeh technology for better portrait pictures. Its power consumption is 5 watts. The Helio A25 is based on the previous-generation MediaTek Helio P series processor and offers great performance in low light situations and enhanced zoom technology.
MediaTek is a fabless semiconductor company based in Taiwan. Its flagship chips are the Helio G series. In addition to these chips, MediaTek is also known for its LinkIt ONE development platform. Below, you will learn more about the company, its products, and its competitors.
MediaTek is a Taiwanese semiconductor company that designs and produces chips for mobile phones and other electronic devices. Its success is due in large part to its close relationship with mainland China. In November 2015, Tsinghua Unigroup's CEO visited Taiwan and lobbied the government to change Taiwan's law so that it could acquire MediaTek. The deal would have merged two leading fabless semiconductor companies and created the world's biggest fabless semiconductor company and true rival to Qualcomm.
The company manufactures microprocessors and system-on-chips for mobile phones, televisions, multimedia devices, and computer peripherals. It also produces optical storage chips. It was founded in 1997 and is headquartered in Hsinchu, Taiwan.
Intel recently signed a strategic partnership with MediaTek to manufacture chips using Intel's foundry services. The deal is expected to increase Intel's production capacity and diversify its supply chain in the United States and Europe. This partnership will also help MediaTek expand its business with Intel, which is facing a shortage of silicon production capacity.
While Foxconn and TSMC are receiving most of the media attention, MediaTek has a unique business model that makes it a major player in the chip design industry. Its business model is unique to the East Asian region and rarely seen in the United States.
MediaTek's technology is widely used around the world. Its chips are used in nearly 20% of homes and in nearly one in every three mobile phones. The company's focus is on making the world smart and connected for everyone, including the underserved.
The Helio G series of chips from MediaTek is a powerful, yet affordable chip that delivers superb gaming experiences and diverse connectivity. The chips are capable of delivering industry-leading AI performance and can improve smartphone performance in a variety of ways. These chips are also compatible with most popular mobile operating systems, including Android and iOS.
The Helio G96 is one of MediaTek's flagship chips and is compatible with both LTE and 4G LTE networks. It supports FullHD+ resolutions and 120Hz displays. It also supports DDIC and C-phy interfaces, allowing for a wide range of connectivity options. It also supports 108 MP cameras and features dual 4G LTE WorldMode modem integration. The chip also comes with integrated HPUE and VoLTE services.
The Helio G series is a family of 64-bit ARM system on chips. Launched by MediaTek in 2015, the Helio G series is designed for gaming-oriented smartphones. The Helio eXtreme Performance series is designed for midrange devices and is more powerful than the Helio G series.
MediaTek's flagship chips are the Heli-A series and the Helio G series. The Heli-P95 supports Full HD+ (2520 x 1080) display resolution and can handle up to 8GB of RAM. The Helio G95 supports a 12-nanometer design. The Helio G95 is used in a variety of devices, including the Realme C25s. The Heli-A25 is a more affordable chip, and is capable of supporting 4GB of RAM. It can also support an eMMC 5.1 storage system. Lastly, the Helio A25 chipset is capable of supporting an HD+ (1600 x 720 resolution and features an IMG PowerVR GE8320 GPU.
While the Helio X series was once the top class of MediaTek processors, it has now been discontinued and replaced with the Dimensity line. This new lineup of chipsets offers higher performance and better power-saving capabilities for the budget smartphone market.
The Helio G series includes 8 different chips with improved features. The Helio G series chips support more than 1 camera, support high refresh rates, and feature Bluetooth 5.2. Those seeking the best gaming performance and fastest charging can consider the MediaTek Helio G96, and for those looking for the best cameras, the Helio G85 is a top choice.
MediaTek's LinkIt ONE is an open source and powerful development platform for wearable devices. Its high-performance chipset and similar pinout to Arduino boards makes it easy to add sensors and peripherals. Developers can easily connect Groves, Bluetooth Low Energy modules, and other sensors to create a fully functional IoT device.
The LinkIt ONE development platform is available in various forms and offers a variety of programming options. It enables developers to rapidly develop advanced Wi-Fi-based devices, such as smart appliances, surveillance devices, and IP cameras. The platform also enables users to create "no-fly zones" for drones and track lost drones.
The LinkIt ONE development platform comes with an SDK. It supports the LinkIt SDK for Arduino and is compatible with MediaTek's LinkIt Cloud Sandbox cloud-based platform. The SDK includes two widgets, a data channel, and a data stream.
Among its other features, LinkIt ONE comes packaged in a protective box. It includes a quick-start guide, a pin-out diagram, and other tools and accessories. A sidekick basic kit includes a breadboard, jumper wires, color LEDs, resistors, and a buzzer. The LinkIt ONE development platform also includes a comprehensive guide that outlines ten courses.
MediaTek LinkIt ONE is a very versatile little development platform. It has built-in Bluetooth, GSM, GPS, audio jack, and Sd card slot. In addition to these features, LinkIt ONE comes with a number of software solutions. The LinkIt ONE board is programmed using the C language, which is similar to Arduino. Its SDK is included in an IDE, which makes it easy to upload code.
MediaTek has a reputation of being inferior to Qualcomm, its nearest rival in the smartphone chip market. Despite this, the chipmaker has been aggressive in emerging markets, especially in China and India. These two nations together account for over 40% of the world's population, making them key potential growth markets for chipmakers. MediaTek recognized this fact long before Qualcomm did, and its strategy is paying off. The company is expected to see a strong increase in market share by Q3 2020.
Qualcomm, the industry's largest mobile processor supplier, has been under pressure in recent years. However, MediaTek has grown rapidly over that period, with its Dimensity lineup securing design wins with key smartphone OEMs. This has helped it edge Qualcomm in developing markets, although Qualcomm has a greater profitability advantage due to the use of its 5nm process technology in its Snapdragon 888 chip.
China has become a significant player in the global mobile phone market, and the Chinese brands Xiaomi and Oppo have become major competitors in the U.S. marketplace. Both companies compete with Huawei, and Xiaomi has been able to steal some of Huawei's market share. The US trade embargo has also hurt Huawei's business, and its competitors have gained market share at its expense.
Intel is also a major competitor in chip manufacturing. In recent years, Intel has launched a business unit called "Intel Foundry Services," where it manufactures chips for other companies. This will increase Intel's competitiveness in the chip market. By leveraging MediaTek's experience in chip design, Intel hopes to increase its share of the smartphone chip market.
In addition to Intel, MediaTek competes with Samsung and Qualcomm. It also competes with TSMC, Samsung, and TSMC in some segments. MediaTek, for example, has developed competing WiFi chipsets with AMD. But the company plans to add another foundry partner that has considerable capacity in the US and Europe.
You may not know this, but MediaTek powers TV brands you might have. In fact, it powers many devices from smart TVs to earbuds to Chromebooks and even voice assistants. You've likely used one of its chipsets in a smart TV, earbuds, Chromebook, or gaming controller.
The Pentonic 700 chipset from MediaTek is expected to power a variety of smart TV brands and TV models. It will have a range of advanced features, including a built-in video decoding engine that supports HEVC, AVS3, and VVC H.266 standards. The chip also supports WiFi 6, Wi-Fi 6E, and Wi-Fi 7 wireless connectivity solutions.
The Pentonic 700 chipset supports a number of video codecs, including AV1 from the AOMedia consortium and AVS3 from the People's Republic of China. It is also capable of supporting picture-in-picture and multi-stream content.
The Pentonic 700 chipset is intended for high-end, premium 4K Smart TVs. It also features AI-powered picture quality enhancements. It supports 4K at 120Hz and 144Hz, as well as HDR10+ Adaptive. In addition, it supports AI-PQ scene and object recognition.
The Pentonic 700 chipset is designed to turn next-generation 120Hz 4K smart TVs into entertainment centers. It integrates video, group calling, and AI image enhancements. The chipset also provides higher power efficiency. It also supports multi-window streaming and high-speed Wi-Fi connectivity.
The Pentonic 700 chipset supports four-channel audio and video decoding. The Pentonic 700 supports Dolby Vision, HDR10+, and VVC codecs. As a result, it can be tailored to meet the specific needs of television brands.
The company has announced plans to open up its platform, CrossMount, to developers. The open-source technology can help developers create new applications for smart TVs. To do so, developers can get a software development kit from MediaTek and contact a TV manufacturer to get the necessary software. The developer can then create the application using the Control API provided by MediaTek.
MediaTek's advanced technology is at the core of a wide range of devices, from smart TVs to headphones and gaming controllers. The company works with global brands to create innovative solutions that deliver the best possible viewing experience. For example, it recently collaborated with Samsung to launch the first Wi-Fi 6 8K TVs. These new TVs support super-fast speeds, ultra-low latency, and incredible power efficiency.
The company has also partnered with Google to develop the Android TV platform, allowing users to enjoy streaming apps and Android games. The technology also allows users to search for content through voice searches. Moreover, all of MediaTek's smart television devices are Google Cast Ready, allowing users to cast content from mobile devices or laptops to their TV.
MediaTek's DAI solution will enable TV brands to deliver addressable ads to their viewers. The technology powers more than 50% of Smart TVs in the U.S. and can be found in all leading smart television brands. In this way, TV brands can dynamically replace traditional linear TV advertisements with targeted ads. This will ensure that the right message reaches the right audience at the right time.
In addition to offering a complete global platform, MediaTek supports all common video decoding standards. For example, it is the first company to provide support for the new AV1 decoding standard required for global 4K/8K online streaming services. It also leads the industry with the most comprehensive demodulation hardware portfolio, including the ATSC 3.0 standard in North America and DTMB and ISDBT support.
Amazon is one of the leading companies in the smart home industry and has worked with MediaTek to develop a 5G chip that will be used in smart TVs. Amazon also uses MediaTek chips in its Echo smart speakers and Amazon Fire TV. Amazon and MediaTek talked about the possibility of home TVs becoming hubs for an array of electronic devices in the home, including robotic sweepers.
The chip, called the MT8512, is designed to handle high-end audio processing and voice assistant applications. Developed in collaboration with Amazon, the chip has an embedded Amazon AZ1 Neural Edge processor that can run powerful inference engines on the device. The processor starts with a speech recognition model that is all-neural, making it much more accurate and efficient when processing Alexa requests.
MediaTek is the second-largest chip supplier, after Intel and Qualcomm. It is often the first to win design awards from OEMs, which is why it has so many reference designs. Amazon's new Fire TV, HD 8 and Fire HD 10 use MediaTek chips. Previously, the company used Qualcomm chips in its Fire tablets, but it is now switching to MediaTek chips for all of their devices.
As a chip maker, MediaTek is in a strong position to compete with Qualcomm and other manufacturers in the premium mobile chipset market. Its chipsets power smart TVs, voice assistant devices, tablets, wearables, Wi-Fi routers, and more. The collaboration with Amazon is a big step for the company and will allow it to further expand its reach in a broader range of markets.
The companies will collaborate to produce chips for the smart edge, which are typically IoT devices. The chips will be produced using the Intel 16 process, which is an improved version of Intel's first FinFET process. It is designed for high-performance, low-power, and always-on connectivity.
MediaTek is committed to bringing technology to more people. This is reflected in its recent partnership with OPPO. Its products are designed to connect millions of objects through ultra-low power networks. The company is a pioneer in 5G deployment and has already completed the first public test using 5G satellites. The company's technology has evolved from cellular IoT to satellite connectivity, and is now ready to connect to 5G.
MediaTek has grown from a small systems company into the world's largest manufacturer of mobile chips. MediaTek's focus on making great technology accessible to more people has continued throughout its growth. Though the company is known for its chips, its technologies are found in products from a wide range of industries. Their innovations are used in headphones, smart speakers, TVs, Internet routers, digital players, and IoT products.
MediaTek has released several chips that have quickly become popular in the market. These chips include the Dimensity 1200 and Helio G90. These chips are designed to be used in the entire spectrum of mobile phones, from entry-level models to top-end models. The company has managed to gain the most market share for its chips in the near future, with counterpoint estimating it will have a 38% share by 2021.
MediaTek is keen to enable disruptive technologies and boost its R&D capabilities. Its latest 5G chip technology is expected to be available to more people in the first half of 2021, and the company is also preparing for a large expansion in the US market. Furthermore, its new Dimensity 800 platform will help make smartphones that use 5G at lower price points. With the lower price point, 5G technology will reach more people.
While MediaTek hasn't previously competed in the high-end mobile SoC market, it's had success in the budget SoC category and the IoT market. With its new 5G SoC, the company has a good opportunity to introduce new competition to the high-end mobile SoC market. Xiaomi, Vivo and Oppo are likely to pick up the new chip to provide new connectivity to their mobile phones.
Although MediaTek has had a difficult time breaking into the flagship market in the past, it has been a major supplier to the smartphone industry, shipping huge volumes of processors every year. Although it's a big player, the company has had trouble breaking into the high-end market because it has faced a perception problem in Western markets.