Qualcomm and Spanish telecom giant Telefonica collaborate to create joint metaverse initiatives. Telefonica, one of the largest telecommunications operators in Spain, and Qualcomm, the developer of unprecedented chips, have signed a joint partnership to advance their plans for augmented reality and Metaverse. Telefonica will use Snapdragon Spaces, a new Qualcomm technology, to provide its customers with these Metaverse capabilities. This agreement also provides the possibility of joint business.
The technology called Snapdragon Spaces is a complete layer of projects that allow designers to focus on developing these experiences, especially for headphones of large real ones. Space is a device-agnostic technology, so Metaverses developed using it can run on any headset on the market, including MetaQuest devices. Telefonica integrates this technology in its development plans through its Metaverse Hub, a space dedicated to Web3, augmented reality and the Metaverse. What this means for the future company and the future of the company. Iod Daniel Ernandez’s devices and consumer said:
XR (wide reality) brings new dimensions to the digital and real world and allows people to communicate, trade, communicate and entertain. We are preparing for this future, creating infrastructure, updating our equipment, creating our services and creating allies that allow customers to provide new innovative devices and services. The two companies’ interest in Metaverse and augmented reality technology is nothing new, as they have already invested and formed partnerships in this area. Qualcomm CEO Cristiano Amon met with Metaverse in May and said it would be a huge opportunity for the companies involved. The company recently signed an agreement with Meta to develop custom silicon for Metaverse for use in the next line of Meta headphones. Telefonica is currently involved in Metaverse projects. The company has invested an undisclosed amount in Spanish open world Gamium through the open innovation platform of the company Wayra.