MediaTek showcased 5G Satellite & Smart Vehicle Tech at IMC 2023

MediaTek unveiled its technology portfolio from its Dimensity, Filogic, Genio, Kompanio, Pentonic & Dimensity Auto portfolios at IMC 2023.

Manisha Sharma
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MediaTek has showcased its latest technology portfolio from its Dimensity, Filogic, Genio, Kompanio, Pentonic, and Dimensity Auto portfolios at India Mobile Congress 2023. MediaTek demonstrated its Dimensity Auto platform that drives the future of intelligent, always-connected vehicles by delivering impressive computing power and wide-ranging technologies. The showcase included MediaTek-powered devices across diverse verticals from some of the world’s biggest brands.


"As a leading semiconductor company, we are deeply committed to the idea that technology can be a transformative force for India. Our focus is to empower the Indian ecosystem with new-age digital solutions and to play a pivotal role in shaping the country's future as a technology leader, aligned with the IMC 2023 theme of ‘Global Digital Innovation’. We have showcased our innovative solutions across automotive technology, IoT, 5G satellite technology, connectivity, and smart device verticals. We firmly believe that MediaTek’s collaboration with OEMs and continuous investment will lead to technological advancements and foster economic growth, thereby supporting the Design in India initiative,” said Anku Jain, Managing Director, MediaTek India.

Devices and technology showcased at IMC 2023 includes-

Automotive Technology


MediaTek Dimensity Auto drives the future of intelligent, always-connected vehicles enabling smart vehicle technology innovation through delivering impressive computing power and comprehensive technologies. MediaTek Dimensity Auto includes Dimensity Auto Cockpit, Dimensity Auto Connect, Dimensity Auto Drive, and Dimensity Auto Components.

Satellite Connectivity

MediaTek’s 3GPP standards-based 5G Non-Terrestrial Network (NTN) solution brings two-way satellite communications to smartphones and other devices. Some of the devices powered by MediaTek’s NTN solutions includes Motorola defy 2 smartphone and Motorola defy satellite link.


Smartphones and Tablets

The MediaTek Dimensity flagship 5G family includes Dimensity 9200+, 9200, 9000+ and 9000 system-on-chips (SoCs). MediaTek showcased smartphones including the newly launched OPPO Find N3 Flip, Vivo X90 powered by MediaTek Dimensity 9200, OnePlus Nord 3 5G powered by MediaTek Dimensity 9000, Tecno Phantom V Fold powered by MediaTek Dimensity 9000+, Tecno Phantom V Flip powered by MediaTek Dimensity 8050 and Motorola Edge 40 Neo powered by MediaTek Dimensity 7030, among others.

Smart Devices


Devices across digital TVs, smart speakers, Wi-Fi routers, arm-based Chromebooks and other smart home products including Primebook, Jiobook, and HP Chromebook, portable projectors from MyBox and Wanbo, Lenovo smart clock, Amazon Echo, Amazon Fire TV Stick, Airoha’s Bluetooth headsets and FireBoltt Artilery Fitness Smartwatch, PayTm Soundbox, iMin PoS Terminals and PeopleTech IoT bike powered by MediaTek chipset.

Wi-Fi 6/7 Enabled Solutions

On showcase were connectivity solutions including routers, access points, mesh systems powered by MediaTek Filogic and 5G broadband section powered by MediaTek T750 5G platform which is designed for CPE devices that can provide fixed wireless access in gateways, routers, and mobile hotspot devices.


“At IMC 2023, we showcased our latest smart vehicle technology that powers high-performance, AI-driven, and efficient automotive solutions along with innovative smart home solutions that are driving the future of intelligent living with fast and reliable connectivity. Through strategic collaborations with Indian and Global Brands, MediaTek is enabling brilliant technology for everyday life. MediaTek showcased a diverse portfolio powered by advanced chipset series such as MediaTek Dimensity, Pentonic, Kompanio, Genio, and Filogic, offering a glimpse into the ever-evolving landscape of technological innovation and connected devices,” said Anuj Siddharth, Deputy Director - Marketing & Communication, MediaTek India.

We recently engaged in a conversation with Anku Jain, Managing Director at MediaTek. Here is everything you need to know:

Tell us about your recent partnership with NVIDIA in the automotive industry and how it strengthened MediaTek.


For the automotive industry, I think first of all let me introduce you to what we are doing for auto, right? So, we have four different segments for auto chipsets. One is auto-connect, another is an auto drive, components, and cockpit. So all these cater to the different aspects of semi-automated requirements in the car. Now what our partnership with NVIDIA has done is that they are experts in the GPU, right? And they do have platforms for AI crunching and inference and so on. So this partnership is very complimentary. We provide the device side and the end user-facing side part of the chipsets. And then NVIDIA provides the AI cloud and so on. So I think these complimentary technologies are going to be key to giving a very good end-user experience.

What is your new smart vehicle technology or innovation?

The smart vehicle is what I already mentioned about the automotive chipset. So those is the various verticals that I just discussed with you. So I can maybe talk a bit more about that. So auto cockpit is about the multimedia interface that you see in the car. It could be up to 16 screens going forward. So if you see the new age cars, you can see more and more screens in those cars, right? Including the ones we see on the dashboard and also on the passenger side in the back. So all these implements, require a very good chipset to power all these things, right? So that's about the auto cockpit. And then the auto drive is about to secure aspects like ADAS systems and so on, right? And then we have the auto connect, which is about connectivity itself, like could be Wi-Fi or 5G. So all those aspects are also required in a car. So, all these four different verticals, are able to cater to all the semiconductor requirements in a car.


What are the latest trends that you think are dominating the semiconductor industry in India?

In the semiconductor industry, one can see that there is a lot of make-in-India focus. Recently we have seen not only for electronics but also for fab. That is a very India-specific thing. From Indian point of view, I would talk more about that, make in India initiative by the government and we can hopefully see in the coming future we can see fabrication of chipsets also happening in India. That will be great and of course, Miatek is a fabulous company to design chipsets but if the ecosystem comes into India then it can also be a local play for all of them.

What is about satellite communication on smartphones that MediaTek is working on?

That's another one that we announced this year. One was automotive and the second one was satellite. Satellite communications is a chipset. So, we have a chipset for that. And what that does is that a person who wants to be connected all the time, like sometimes you don't have a network of 5G or 4G. So, if you still want to be connected, that's where satellite communication helps. And so, it's a very stellar, very niche requirement. Initially, it will probably the end use case could be more of text-based communication. But in the longer run, it will be also about communication. So, it's a very niche requirement. Initially, it will be probably for the end use case could be more of text-based communication. But in the longer run, it will be also about communication. And so, it's a very niche requirement. And so, it's a very niche requirement. And so, it's a very niche requirement. And so, it's a very niche requirement. And so, it's a very niche requirement. And so, it's a very niche requirement. And so, it's a very niche requirement. And so, it's a very niche requirement. And so, it's a very niche requirement. And so, it's a very niche requirement. And so, it's a very niche requirement. And so, it's a very niche requirement. And so, it's a very niche requirement. And so, it's a very niche requirement. for end-use cases could be more of text-based communication. But in the longer run, it will be also about video calls and so on. And let's say you are in a remote area, in a jungle or something, and it has no network, you can still be able to be connected and do your work, whatever work you want to do.

Do you also think that India is creating an efficient 5G system?

If you heard PM Modi yesterday, he talked and also the other operators, they talked about so much 5G deployments have already come up in India in a very fast manner as compared to worldwide. So that is one very good key aspect, right? And I think Jio will be able to cover the whole of the country by the end of this year and Bharti Airtel will be doing it by Q1 next year. And so India has been covered by 5G. I think we can enjoy those things.

What is next for MediaTek?

I think, so of course we have talked about the new things, right? But next for us is always R&D. We want to keep innovating. We want to keep up with new stuff. And because the chip design is very, very complicated. And we have to think forward. For example, you know, we already started working on 6G, which is something that is going to be seen later today at the end of the decade. So it's still a long way away. But we already released the 6G white paper earlier. So these are the kinds of innovations we'll keep doing from now.