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2006-07-04 WiBro launched in South Korea
South Korea's WiBro mobile broadband Internet service was launched last week, said the Ministry of Information and Communication
2016-01-11 Where is low-power WAN headed?
Joel Young of Digi International shared his views on the future of low-power wide-area networking (LP-WAN) amid the growing wearable markets and Internet of Things
2009-06-26 What's in store for Intel-Nokia deal?
Nokia Corp.'s wireless chipset suppliers can rest easy. Intel Corp. is not going to be bumping anyone off the mobile handset manufacturers' supplier list anytime soon
2012-11-02 Web-addressable LED bulb signals arrival of IoT
Is the Internet of Things already at hand in the form of a Phillips box, which is available for $199 at the Apple store? Peter Clarke share's his views on the emergence of IoT in LED light bulbs
2005-07-21 VoIP market to hit $4 billion by 2010, says report
The North American voice over IP (VoIP) is on the brink of a phenomenal growth spurt over the next six years, driven by the pervasiveness of broadband Internet access and the availability of low-cost VoIP services, according to Frost & Sulllivan
2006-06-08 VoIP engine features analog telephony interface
Infineon's new single-chip VoIP engine with integrated codec is touted to be the world's first to allow any analog phone to make VoIP calls.
2003-02-07 ViewSonic adopts Intersil WLAN chip for latest displays
ViewSonic Corp. has selected Intersil Corp.'s PRISM WLAN technology to provide wireless connectivity to their new ViewSonic airpanel wireless smart display system
2002-09-25 Video IC supports 30fps at low bit rates
ViXS Systems Inc. is sampling a chip that promises to deliver video at 30fps over multiple channels.
2004-01-06 Video comms sees strong growth in 2004
This year will see a huge change in the operating environment of video communication.
2002-08-05 Verizon licenses ST's VPN support software
Verizon Wireless has licensed Spontaneous Technology's software which provides VPN support
2007-09-17 UWB to boost cellphone connectivity
UWB has been around for nearly half a decade as a demonstrable technology. It is appearing in the form of ICs that will be used to implement Certified Wireless USB in PCs and peripherals. How long will it be before UWB is deployed in mobile phones
2002-08-01 UTStarcom to utilize Agere switching ICs
UTStarcom Inc. has selected Agere System's T8110 switching chip for its telecom equipment applications.
2005-01-24 UTStarcom inks $40M deal with China Netcom
UTStarcom Inc. announced that it has inked a $40 million deal to expand China Netcom's IP-based Personal Access System (PAS) networks in the central and eastern Chinese provinces of Henan and Shandong.
2002-02-20 TTPCom handset reference designs speed time-to-market
TTPcom launched its InTouch range of GPRS handset and wireless module designs at the 3GSM World Congress
2015-12-14 Top 5 semiconductor M&As of 2015
EE Times Asia reviewed the M&A deals that were either announced or completed this year, and came up with the top five synergies in terms of dollar value.
2014-12-29 Top 10 technical articles and tutorials of 2014
Here is a compilation of our biggest technical articles for the year 2014. Topping the list is the teardown of iPhone 6 Plus, followed by stories on Bluetooth Low Energy and on PCIe-Ethernet clash.
2015-12-22 Top 10 innovative products of 2015
Many companies have introduced products in preparation for the growing IoT. There are also innovations in computing devices, where chips have not only become smaller but more powerful as well.
2008-07-03 Timing devices extend UMPC battery life, signal range
Integrated Device Technology has introduced a family of ultralow-power timing devices designed for ultramobile PCs.
2008-06-17 TI, Qualcomm set to dominate MID sector
The market for integrated circuits for inclusion in mobile Internet devices is set to grow from $29 million in 2008 to $2.6 billion in 2012, with Texas Instruments and Qualcomm as leading suppliers of silicon, according to Forward Concepts
2002-03-04 TI's communications devices to power Legend handsets, IADs
Legend Holdings Ltd has formed a strategic alliance with Texas Instruments Inc. to make use of TI's communications devices.
2006-03-15 TI VoIP SoC delivers advanced data routing features
Texas Instruments announced its latest Voice over Internet Protocol SoC that provides advanced VoIP and data routing features for the rapidly growing VoIP market
2015-04-13 TI updates power management for IoT devices
Texas Instruments' real-time operating system (RTOS) 2.12 update enables longer battery life, a broad range of wireless connectivity, open-source licensing for Android and Windows devices
2008-05-01 TI unveils hot swap controllers for AdvancedMCs
TI has introduced the industry's first single-chip, dual-slot hot swap controllers for AdvancedMC used in wireless, telecom and computing systems
2004-11-12 TI to provide ARRIS with cable modem solutions
Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) will supply voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) silicon and software for ARRIS DOCSIS and Euro-DOCSIS based voice-enabled cable modems
2002-03-19 TI selects Wipro as OMAP technology center
TI will collaborate with India-based Wipro Technologies to serve as Asia's first OMAP technology center.
2002-08-09 TI deploys Cadence verification systems
TI has installed the Palladium design verification systems of Quickturn through the QuickCycles EXtended (EX) Access program.
2005-06-02 TI Asia chief outlines advances in digital consumer electronics
Wireless communications and digital entertainment are the new driving forces in consumer electronics, said Terry Cheng, president of Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) Asia
2012-06-08 TI announces support for Miracast display over WiFi standard
Texas Instruments' solution for mobile devices supporting Miracast will let users display full HD content from a mobile device onto a larger screen over a secure, low-latency, wireless network connection
2013-12-30 ThingMagic brings RFID tech to supply chain
Established by five MIT alumni, the company claimed to have developed next-generation RFID systems that include wireless readers and data-transmitting tags
2005-04-26 Test suite checks VoIP-over-WLANs
VeriWave's VoIP-over-WLAN Analysis Test Suite assesses voice-quality metrics of realworld VoIP over WLAN networks.
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