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2009-09-28 Intel sets sight on SoC arena
Analysts were quick to scoff Intel as a newbie to the SoC business but CEO Paul Otellini could have the last laugh considering the talent and money he is pumping to expand beyond the PC.
2012-10-01 Intel set to debut its next-gen Atom processor for tablets
Clover Trail, the next generation Atom processor, will have twice the CPU and graphics performance of the single-core Atom chips in its current 1.6GHz, 32-nm Medfield platform.
2007-04-20 Intel media processor powers next-gen CE apps
Intel Corp. has introduced an integrated media processor for the consumer electronics market that will power a new generation of devices, such as digital STBs and networked media players.
2007-09-03 Infineon keeps faith in tech development
Infineon board member Hermann Eul speaks with EE Times on the impact of integrating application expertise on the IDM value chain, Infineon's R&D plans, 4G development and how software expertise is being adopted by chip vendors.
2006-09-21 India reportedly delaying Huawei expansion
Huawei Technologies' applications to invest in Indian companies are still pending after filing them more than year ago.
2011-06-03 IEEE releases 802.3bfTM Ethernet support
The Ethernet support for time synchronization protocols, IEEE 802.3bfTM-2011, has been ratified by IEEE as an amendment to the IEEE 802.3TM Ethernet standard.
2014-07-22 IEEE group to decide on 25G Ethernet standard
The 25G Ethernet Consortium formed in June already has a spec available to its members. Brocade and Dell recently joined founders Arista, Broadcom, Google, Mellanox, and Microsoft.
2003-07-11 IDT sees new market with flow control ICs
Integrated Device Technology Inc. recently debuted its first single-chip device for advanced data flow management.
2014-04-28 IBM ventures into open hardware in 'desperation'
IBM's Power8 technology performs well but lacks the volume to secure a foothold in a market dominated by Intel and ARM architectures, according to a veteran server analyst. He believes that the company's open hardware move is "driven by desperation more than hope."
2015-01-14 IBM leads in patent wars; Google, Apple ranks climb
The US patent office granted a recorded 300,674 patents last year, up eight per cent, with most of the top 50 winners increasing their annual awards, according to IFI Claims Patent Services.
2015-05-21 IBM gives in to China's demand for a new IT infrastructure
IBM has decided to build a new supply chain of computers and software through partnerships with Chinese-based companies, which indirectly gives China the edge in terms of technological negotiations.
2013-04-17 Huawei: From underdog to behemoth
Huawei's real breakthrough didn't come until it decided to develop its SingleRAN technology. The goal of SingleRAN was to design a radio access network (RAN) technology allowing mobile operators to switch from GSM to UMTS network standards or use both simultaneously.
2006-09-25 Huawei reconsiders India plans, says report
China's Huawei Technologies will abandon its application to India's Foreign Investment Promotion Board to implement local manufacturing of CDMA-based terminals, according to a report in The Business Standard.
2004-07-22 Huawei powers into wireless with ARM license
China's fastest-growing network gear provider Huawei Technologies has taken a license from ARM for the ARM7 and ARM9 microprocessor cores and will use these in a range of wireless products to be launched in 2006.
2004-03-31 Honing a career in RF, antenna research
Peng Hongli's story hopes to shed some light on how to grow in the engineering industry through research.
2015-11-30 High-end smartphone market to solely give Q'comm a boost
Qualcomm's Snapdragon 810, reportedly plagued by power-consumption problems, will soon be refreshed by the Snapdragon 820, which some analysts see as a comeback move by the company.
2013-08-12 High shipment growth expected for sub-$200 smartphones
ABI Research predicted that low cost smartphone shipments will grow from 238 million in 2013 to 758 million by 2018.
2013-04-05 High demand for Samsung phones tighten eMCP/CI-MCP supplies
The large demand for the Korean giant's smartphones is expected to create a negative impact on various Chinese manufacturers' shipments as eMCP supplies become more constrained.
2011-03-21 Heterogenous nets to work until LTE becomes mainstay
ABI Research says that until LTE becomes the universal 4G network technology, a dual-platform strategy based on both LTE and WiMAX will be in effect.
2006-05-16 Handset features still not a wrap
The product-definition uncertainty that roiled the smart phone and PDA communities a decade ago has returned with a vengeance, as advanced services like mobile broadcast video and HSDPA leave handset developers pondering what to keep in and what to leave out of a slim-line design.
2006-10-12 Global Sources opens largest-ever China Sourcing Fairs
Global Sources opened its largest-ever China Sourcing Fairs: Electronics & Components and Fashion Accessories in Hong Kong, occupying all 10 halls of Hong Kong's AsiaWorld-Expo.
2011-08-17 Global mobile device sales up 16.5% in 2Q11
The sales of mobile devices reached 428.7 million units, while smartphone sales increased 74 percent YoY, according to Gartner.
2011-08-05 Global handset shipment posts 13% QoQ growth
Worldwide handset shipments reached 361 million units in 2Q11 from 320 million units in the same period last year, says Strategy Analytics.
2007-06-15 Gartner: China to dominate Asia chip market by 2011
Gartner is predicting that China, which already accounts for more than half of the regional market outside of Japan, will represent 63 percent of Asia's chip market by 2011.
2014-04-21 Galaxy S5 fails to impress with evolutionary upgrades
The Galaxy 5 improves on a few areas but ultimately there is not enough to make people upgrade from the Galaxy 4.
2013-03-27 Galaxy S4 sets path for healthier AMOLED market
IHS forecasted that AMOLED display shipments for mobile handset applications will grow to 447.7 million units in 2017, up from 195.1 million units in 2013
2009-04-16 Freescale wireless biz sale still underway
Declining to comment on several reports that Freescale Semiconductor was close to selling wireless chip unit, a spokesperson said there is no update yet on the firm's discussions to sell all or part of its cellular business to a Chinese firm.
2007-10-29 Freescale expands China presence with new design center
Freescale Semiconductor has expanded its foothold in China with the opening of a new design center in Chengdu.
2010-06-11 Freescale boosts Chengdu design center ops
Offering a rare peek inside an IC design and R&D center in China, Freescale Semiconductor Inc. revealed plans to expand its efforts amid booming demand in the nation.
2003-11-26 Foreign firms open design services shops in China
Margins are tight, the market small and undeveloped, but this isn't stopping foreign companies from piling into the chip design services market in China.
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