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2009-03-11 Xi'an HTDZ rises as China's R&D hotbed
Having pinned many of its plans for industrial transformation on its electronics and information technology industries, China has become an R&D hotbed among domestic and foreign companies alike.
2013-02-14 Wireless to rule OEM IC spending this year
IHS said OEM spending on semiconductors for wireless applications is set to rise by 13.5 per cent this year to reach $69.6 billion, up from $62.3 billion in 2012.
2007-05-17 WiMAX rival to see action in Beijing Olympics
China Netcom said it will deploy McWiLL, a rival WiMAX technology for the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, China.
2009-06-11 WiMAX patent alliance welcomes new members
Building on worldwide 4G WiMAX momentum, Beceem Communications, GCT Semiconductor, Sequans Communications and UQ Communications have joined the Open Patent Alliance (OPA).
2005-11-02 WiMAX Forum to run 'Plugfest' in Beijing
The WiMAX Forum has announced that it will be running the
2010-09-17 WiMAX base stations gaining traction
ABI Research forecasts growth in WiMAX base stations after economic downturn
2015-11-11 Will Cisco, Ericsson team up soon?
The Cisco/Ericsson partnership will give each company an opportunity to sell a billion dollars of new equipment and services a year by 2018, they claim.
2012-09-10 Will a TI-like firm ever come out of China?
Local fabless CEOs debate on whether China will ever see the rise of a company that can rival the size and success of Texas Instruments.
2013-09-04 WiFi preps for 900MHz spectrum, to debut by start of 2015
Chips using IEEE 802.11ah are expected to come out by the start of 2015 and will support a range of options from throughput of 150Kbit/s with a 1MHz band to as much as 40Mbit/s over an 8MHz band.
2012-09-21 Why GigaDevice gambles on NOR flash memory
China fabless firm GigaDevice is staying put in the NOR flash market even if the industry proves challenging for sales growth and expansion.
2008-12-09 Who tops China's semiconductor industry?
PricewaterhouseCoopers has released a report that provides a rare glimpse inside China's semiconductor industry, offering a ranking of 29 indigenous Chinese chip firms with 2007 revenue greater than $30 million.
2016-05-05 Weak smartphone space to water down wireless chip growth
IHS said that due to the slowing sales of smartphones and other wireless devices, the wireless landscape could be in trouble, which would be reflected in the underlying semiconductor market in 2016.
2014-09-04 Wake up smartphone: Touch gesture activates apps
A touch controller IC developed by Seoul-based Dongbu HiTek bypasses all the trouble of launching an app on a sleeping smartphone by making a single user-defined gesture on the blank screen.
2009-07-10 Voice over LTE faces deployment issues
The Voice-over-LTE via Generic Access (VoLGA) development is at the heart of a divisive issue for mobile operators as they plan LTE deployments.
2012-03-19 Viewpoint: China could save ST-Ericsson
For mobile chip companies in China or Taiwan, ST-Ericsson could bring the means to address the standard as well as access to additional patents with which to address 3G and 4G markets around the world, depending on how the deal is structured.
2013-07-18 Using DAS with CPRI interface
DAS equipment that uses the CPRI interface is emerging, and this development solves several key problems.
2015-08-20 USB Type-C: Amid the promises and confusion
The latest iteration of the USB truly affords a wealth of benefits, especially with its power delivery feature, but analysts may bring potential confusion to consumers.
2012-11-28 Union Semiconductor turns to West as mobile bogs down
One of the few China fabless chip companies working to develop markets in the U.S. and Europe, Union semiconductor is exploring new customers in security, wireless hotspots and Ethernet.
2015-03-06 Trouble brewing for Samsung, smartphones
The new Samsung phones don't have enough panache to shift momentum away from iPhone 6. Worse, Samsung's 14nm yields are low, making the process unprofitable for many months to come.
2003-02-28 Tomen to distribute Ample products in Japan, China
Ample Communications Inc. has signed Tomen America Inc. to represent and sell its entire line of integrated multi-speed SONET/SDH and Ethernet solutions in Japan and China.
2008-12-03 TI DSPs power femtocell field trials
Texas Instruments Inc. has revealed that major OEMs are using its DSPs in on-going field trials of the home base stations or 3G access point business.
2012-02-29 There's hope for unified networks after all
Global carriers have used two or three flavors of cellular technology. The move to a converged TD/FDD LTE network represents the current best hope for a single global standard.
2007-12-11 The year in review: Apple's crest
Apple took the limelight in Q2 this year with the rollout of exciting consumer devicesthe Apple TV in late March and later the much-hyped iPhone in June.
2008-06-02 The rise of Asia's patent applications
In a year that saw a record number of filings under the World Intellectual Property Organization Patent Cooperation Treaty, inventors from South Korea and China consolidated their top 10 positions in 2007.
2014-08-28 The big smartphone bet: 4 megatrends in Chinese market
Major Asian display vendors came together at Touch Taiwan, which brought to the fore the question of who will own the display technologies likely to dominate the burgeoning smartphone market in China.
2012-07-20 Telecom giants push for 40 Gbit/s passive optical networks
The Full Service Access Network has narrowed down mored than a dozen proposals that call for the use of time and wavelength division multiplexed technology.
2006-08-15 Telecom equipment makers favor FPGAs over ASICs, survey finds
Telecom equipment manufacturers are relying more on FPGAs than on ASICs for low- to medium-volume production of telecom systems according to a survey by Light Reading's Components Insider.
2002-10-29 Taiwanese EE blazes to China with belief in Chinese innovation
Conexant senior executive goes to China to head the company's Shanghai branch.
2007-10-24 Taiwan earmarks $664M for WiMAX development
Taiwan will spend $664 million in a WiMAX development program, government officials announced this week.
2009-07-08 Strong growth seen in Asia handset navigation
ABI Research forecasts that the number of paying handset-based turn-by-turn navigation users will increase to 26 million by the end of 2010, with Asia Pacific expected to have the strongest growth.
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