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2013-11-19 Microsoft to join elite rank of chip buyers with Nokia buy
IHS forecasted that by next year, Microsoft will become the eighth-largest OEM chip buyer, up from No. 13 this year and 15th place in 2012.
2014-04-04 Microsoft engages in OS-for-free, Web data battles
Microsoft will offer Windows for free to wearable devices that connect to the Web, with a target to gain a foothold in user-generated data.
2012-09-03 Merchant power supply market to grow 9.3% this year
IMS research forecasted that the strong revenue growth forecast for 2012 will drive the market to almost $23 billion.
2010-11-12 Mentor Graphics names 22nd Annual PCB TLA winners
Mentor Graphics Corp. has announced the winners of its 22nd annual PCB Technology Leadership Awards.
2013-02-18 MEMS motion sensor market driven by smartphones, tablets
IHS revealed that revenue this year for MEMS motion sensors used in cell phones and tablets will amount to $1.5 billion, up by 13 per cent from $1.3 billion in 2012
2012-03-13 MediaTek: Unknown OEMs may be next smartphone stars
MediaTek Inc. president, Ching-Jiang Hsieh believes that unknown China-based handset makers will drive the next big wave of smartphones.
2016-05-03 MediaTek expects profit boost by 24-32% from shipments
Smartphone-chip provider MediaTek expects to report revenues of between NT$69.3 billion and NT$73.8 billion for the second quarter, while combined shipments of its smartphone and tablet chips will reach 135-140 million units.
2012-10-29 Marvell prepared for coming 'super-integration era'
Weili Dai stressed in an interview that Marvell is ready for the coming "super-integration era" of storage, connectivity, video, 3D graphics and modem technologies.
2011-01-04 Market trends and the electronics industry
As the cost of IC design advanced nodes increases, companies are also looking at embedded systems to shorten the development cycle and increase the potential for hardware reuse.
2007-01-01 Major China telecom picks AVS for IPTV rollout
AVS backers scored a significant victory when China Netcom picked it over H.264 for an IPTV rollout.
2003-10-01 Mainland's stability hinges on performance of local firms
Mainland China continues to solidify its position as the frontier of the future of commerce as its semiconductor industry thrives; there are still a million new graduates who have no jobs, however, and the dragon of the East needs to come up new opportunities for growth to remedy this.
2009-02-24 LTE: Up for a test
Long Term Evolution is the next big thing in mobile wireless broadband, but design engineers working on LTE, as well as the more mature WiMAX, have their work cut out for them in testing devices and infrastructure.
2012-12-21 LTE smartphone vendors to sell 275M units in 2013
Strategy Analytics report that sales of LTE handsets will shoot up to 275 million in next year, tripling shipments of an estimated 90 million phones in 2012.
2014-09-23 LTE revives wireless broadband space
By the end of 2014, ABI Research anticipates there will be 14.5 million residential and commercial premises with fixed LTE broadband access, according to ABI Research.
2012-09-18 LTE modem enables high-speed wireless connectivity in Japan
Qualcomm's MDM9215 has been implemented in the SoftBank 102Z, a new mobile broadband router for Japan.
2010-04-05 LTE equipment market to reach $5B by 2014
The market for LTE gear will skyrocket to $5 billion by 2014, but still only represent ten percent of a wireless systems market dominated by 3G W-CDMA technology.
2011-11-11 LTE deployment drives EPC spending
Spending for LTE evolved packet core is seen to approach $588 million next year, according to a forecast.
2015-08-13 LTE carrier aggregation gains ground in Asia
The spectrum available is often a patchwork of several different bands. To deliver on the high-bandwidth demand, Asia's operators are stitching bands together through carrier aggregation.
2008-06-25 LSTI proposes LTE device interoperability testing
The LTE SAE Trial Initiative (LSTI) has outlined plans for a cross-vendor device network interoperability testing, setting the stage for global roaming on Long Term Evolution networks.
2011-03-01 Litigation shows maturity of broadband cellular modem market
The broadband cellular modem market, especially the USB segment, is becoming commoditized, according to ABI Research.
2013-08-01 Light sensors projected to reap double-digit growth
Driven by Apple and Samsung, revenue for the sensors is forecast to reach $782.2 million this year, up 41 per cent from $555.1 million in 2012, according to IHS.
2003-01-08 Legerity eyes China's soaring telecom switching sector
Legerity Inc. is aiming to help mainland China's telecom manufacturers achieve cost-effective designs for both domestic as well as export markets.
2007-01-16 Jumble of network formats seen in 4G
Technologists are sparring with bean counters over what 4G should look like to yield the best service for customers and the best return for operators.
2003-01-22 Joint venture gives Chinese 3G spec a boost
A handful of high-profile companies are giving China's 3G mobile standard a boost by agreeing to develop products based on the technology and forming long term partnerships and joint ventures.
2002-04-09 Jinling to install equipment, expand manufacturing area
Shanghai Jinling SMT Co. Ltd has disclosed plans to install six SMT productions lines, and expand its manufacturing area to 30,000 square meters, in a bid to become the largest OEM and ODM SMT production base in Shanghai.
2016-03-11 ISSCC: RF CMOS on the edge of transceiver chain
At the ISCC, Steve Ohr finds that what has happened is not a replacement of GaAs power amps by RF CMOS amps. The RF power amp function is performed at the edge of a radio transceiver chain.
2007-06-01 Is India the next China?
Can India, like China, become the next silicon success story? This seemingly simple question sparked an industry debate since India unveiled in March new financial incentives designed to lure chipmakers to the subcontinent.
2014-04-14 Is Huawei collateral damage in U.S.-China spy game?
Huawei is merely a telecom equipment maker looking to expand its business globally while being plagued with security allegations. It cannot be held responsible for hacking activities on its products, an IT consultant asserts.
2007-05-29 IPTV uptake shoots up in China
IPTV users in China increased to 612,000 in Q1, driven 36 percent higher than the quarter before primarily by increasing uptake in Shanghai, Henan and Heilongjiang.
2015-05-07 Intel's latest Xeon processor boasts up to 18 cores
The Xeon E7v3 offers up to 1.4TB per core and claims to boost performance while cutting power, running on 60 per cent less power than an IBM Power8 with 85 per cent less total cost of ownership.
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