Qualcomm is the key driver of 5G technology, which is spurring the innovation of new industries, products, and services across the world. Qualcomm® Government Technologies (QGOV) is helping our U.S. government partners prepare to adjust to this new era and take advantage of what’s next. 

Creating a more secure, unifying connectivity fabric for people and things.

5G elevates the mobile network to not only interconnect people, but also interconnect and control machines, objects, and devices. It delivers multi-Gbps peak rates, ultra-low latency, and massive capacity, with new levels of performance, security, and efficiency. All of this combined empowers new user experiences, expands the mobile ecosystem to connect new industries, and enhances U.S. government capabilities.

Ultra-low latency, high reliability

5G provides a more immediate response and a more uniform user experience.

Additional capacity

5G uses new spectrum such as mmWave.

Increased speeds

5G provides peak data rates up to 20 Gbps.

High availability

5G is backed up by Gigabit LTE coverage foundation for ubiquitous Gigabit-class connectivity.

Transforming and securing our interactions.

5G is changing the way we securely interact with the world, and each other. 

Enhanced mobile broadband

Enhanced mobile broadband is providing the next era of immersive, always-connected mobile experiences with fiber-like 5G speeds.

Mission-critical services

Ultra-reliable, low-latency 5G technology enables new precision command-and-control services. 

Massive IoT

The massive Internet of Things (IoT) intelligently connects virtually anything, anywhere.

Discover our 5G technologies.

See how our 5G wireless technologies are creating a smartly, securely connected world.


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