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2008-01-18 ABI: TD-SCDMA to face uphill battle outside China
According to ABI Research, TD-SCDMA is likely to face an uphill battle outside of mainland China, even in Hong Kong.
2007-10-08 ABI: Mobile WiMAX on a roll as trials lead to deployments
The global telecommunications industry is entering a new era as Mobile WiMAX starts to move from trials and pilots to the first real-world WiMAX network deployments.
2008-03-04 ABI: Mobile WiMAX head start over LTE, UMB narrows
Even though mobile WiMAX has a time-to-market advantage over rival 4G contenders, LTE and UMB, delays in certifications by the WiMAX Forum (coupled with delays in network rollouts) could narrow that window of opportunity.
2008-01-04 ABI sees bleak future for Qualcomm's UMB
A new report by ABI Research forecasts that Qualcomm Inc.'s ultra mobile broadband (UMB) technology will not likely be widely adopted as it becomes commercially available.
2008-12-29 4G wireless: Far from reality
Don't hold your breath waiting for the next wireless broadband technology. It will be a few more years before we have access to broadband Internet services that are truly wire-free.
2006-12-08 4G contender to start testing in Q2 '07
Qualcomm Inc. tipped a few more details on its 4G contender, saying that CDMA2000 1xEV-DO Revision C will be released in the Q2 of 2007 and become commercially available in early 2009.
2007-11-13 3GPP LTE initial tests show promising potential
A trial initiative launched in May has reported the successful delivery of the first in a series of test results aimed at proving the potential and benefits of LTE.
2007-03-02 3G to remain more expensive than WiMAX
WiMAX spectrum is set to get more expensive as regulators in different countries start releasing lower frequencies to be used for the mobile version of the broadband access technology.
2009-01-30 24K FFT for 3GPP LTE RACH detection
This application note describes how a 24K point transform may be decomposed into three 8,192 point transforms and then implemented efficiently using a multiple channel FFT architecture.
2013-04-23 2013 LTE RAN capex to hit $12B mark
LTE has helped to reverse the downward trend in RAN expenditure in Western Europe last year and will do the same in Eastern Europe, Latin America, and Middle East in 2013 and Africa in 2014.
2009-09-11 2009 North Asia mobile services top $183B
Frost & Sullivan forecasts that mobile services in North Asia will reach billings of $229.8 billion by end-2014.
2007-11-19 'Terminal-on-a-chip' targets wireless backhaul
Broadband wireless infrastructure chip specialist Provigent has started sampling a mixed-signal CMOS chip for backhaul infrastructure.
2008-10-23 What's in store for next-gen STBs?
STBs should remain one of the most dynamic areas of the electronics industry for at least the next decade, and quite possibly beyond, according to iSuppli Corp.
2014-06-17 Vision-based AI boosts surveillance applications
Cost, performance and power consumption advances are now paving the way for the proliferation of embedded vision into diverse surveillance applications.
2011-09-01 Understanding inverters' role in the solar industry
Learn how solar inverters can eventually pave the way for further development of future energy-harvesting systems.
2007-11-14 The growing need for handset outsourcing
At times of shorter time-to-market and shorter product lifecycles, outsourcing enables mobile phone OEMs to sustain business profitability.
2013-02-04 Tackling the challenges of transition to DDR4
Know the key technical challenges designers face in transitioning to DDR4.
2007-10-04 Sun combines storage, server teams
Sun president and CEO Jonathan Schwartz revealed in his blog that the company will combine its Storage and Server product teams to create a converged group called the Systems team.
2009-05-25 ST ready to shed off old image
Only days after STMicroelectronics N.V. hosted its Annual Investors' Day conference in New York, several analysts have upgraded ratings on the company, boosting its market value by as much as 10 percent and elevating the IC firm's equity performance above many of its peers in the embattled industry.
2007-08-29 Software, IP solutions dominate ESC-Taiwan, EDA&T-Taiwan
Software and IP solutions took the centerstage at this year's ESC-Taiwan and EDA&T-Taiwan show in Taipei last August 23-24.
2009-06-10 SID helps boost FPD industry in Latin America
The Society for Information Display (SID) and the Government of Brazil have partnered to cooperate to bolster Brazil's growing flat-panel display (FPD) industry and encourage continued display advancements throughout Latin America.
2004-08-02 Rules changing for the home media server
To build cost-effective servers, highly modular designs must be built around the PCI bus and communications processors.
2010-11-10 Quickpath IP gets into Achronix FPGAs
Intel's Quickpath IP core for processor communications will be integrated into FPGAs from Achronix that will be manufactured by Intel.
2002-06-05 Public division belies private cooperation of PCI rivals
The split between developers over the future of the PCI bus was readily apparent in contrasting keynotes by representatives from Intel Corp. and IBM Corp. at the PCI Developers Conference June 3.
2006-03-01 Overview: Distributed IP/Ethernet DSLAMs
There is a greater need for a cost effective distributed DSLAM architecture so that traffic-processing requirements are performed in the first mile.
2007-02-16 NI: The future of test is virtual
For National Instruments, virtual instrumentation and graphical system design are the answer as these two "empower local talent and allow engineers to add their domain expertise to the economy and their organization."
2002-09-13 Nanotechnology seen to extend Moore's Law
Intel will extend Moore's Law well into the future through advances in silicon nanotechnology.
2016-04-20 Intel to cut 12,000 jobs, shift investments for revenue growth
Intel, the world's largest chipmaker, says it will restructure itself to focus on "high-growth areas," including the IoT, data centre and memory and connectivity businesses.
2011-12-27 Industry screw-ups of 2011
This year will be remembered for its share of missteps in the electronics world. EE Times has compiled a list of 10 blunders from 2011 that we believe will be remembered for years to come.
2012-04-16 Improve medical electronics by focusing on patient experience
Drug-device combination products illustrate how patients now care more about ease of use, discretion, and design in medical devices.
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