HP signs deal with China Mobile, Intel, MediaTek as it eyes expanding 5G market share
The US personal computer giant HP Inc has inked a strategic partnership with China Mobile, Intel and chip company MediaTek, and released the first batch of its 5G notebooks in China, as the companies work together to popularize 5G-powered devices that can help boost work productivity.
HP said at a news conference that it will deepen cooperation with China Mobile in 5G PCs and in the future, the two sides will work together to promote a 5G terminal ecology and bring a more diversified new mobile internet experience.
So far, China has built the world's largest 5G mobile network, with the fast wireless mobile technology triggering a wave of innovation in all walks of life. In 2021, China's integrated mobile office platform market reached 12.5 billion yuan ($1.93 billion), with a year-on-year increase of 28.6 percent, data from the market research company iResearch show.
Fan Zijun, vice-president of China HP, said 5G applications are penetrating and reshaping all aspects of consumers' lives. People and things are closely linked in a more intelligent way. In such a context, HP is honored to team up with like-minded partners to jointly explore more possibilities in the 5G era.