Skylo Technologies has entered into a strategic partnership with Samsung Electronics’ System LSI Business — this collaboration launches next-generation connectivity by introducing NTN support on Samsung’s flagship 5G chipsets, specially designed and seamlessly interoperable between cellular and Skylo’s satellite network.
As part of the latest Rel-17 of 3GPP, NTN has become essential in addressing global connectivity challenges. With this partnership, Skylo and Samsung’s System LSI Business are poised to redefine the future of ubiquitous connectivity with reliable, high-performance 5G smartphone modems that never lose coverage.
Key highlights of the partnership include:
● Integration of Satellite Connectivity on 5G Modems: Samsung has delivered 3GPP standards-based NTN on the latest flagship modem.
● Global Impact across OEMs: The partnership between Skylo and Samsung enables smartphone, wearable and automotive OEMs to connect over Skylo’s satellite network when out of range of cellular.
● Demo at SamsungSystem LSI Tech Day 2023: A live demonstration showcasing the capabilities of Samsung 5G modem on Skylo’s satellite network took place at Samsung SystemLSI’s Tech Day event on October 5th, 2023, inSan Jose, CA.
“We are thrilled to join forces with Samsung to unlock the true potential of NTN. Our shared vision of seamless global connectivity aligns perfectly with Samsung’s commitment to innovation. We’re excited for the experiences that this will unlock on smartphones and other platforms.”— Parth Trivedi, CEO and Co-Founder of Skylo
“We are incredibly excited about our partnership with Skylo Technologies. By integrating NTN support into our flagship 5G chipsets, we are breaking new ground in the world of connectivity. This collaboration aligns perfectly with Samsung’s commitment to innovation and our mission to provide cutting-edge technology to users around the world. Together with Skylo, our joint efforts will undoubtedly open up new possibilities and connected experiences for people in previously unreachable geographies.” — Hui Won Je, Vice Ppresident of the Modem Development Team, Samsung Electronics