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2012-01-06 Toumaz forms wireless spinout
According to Toumaz, its board of directors created the spinout in order to strengthen the focus of the company's healthcare and semiconductor divisions
2014-04-08 Wireless tech detaches from traditional networks
With the ultra narrowband technology, Senaptic aims to find system integrator partners who will implement the system themselves, excluding mobile operators in the equation.
2010-03-25 4G/LTE chips launch comes with little chaos
Much of the WiMAX/LTE solutions at the CTIA show are still point solutions and represent a prelude to the chaos and confusion that technology vendors will be busy unraveling.
2007-04-02 Platform supports Bluetooth, WLAN for handsets
NXP Semiconductors wants to leverage the complementary aspects of Bluetooth networks and wireless LANs in a Nexperia platform that lets mobile handsets simultaneously utilize Bluetooth and WLAN capabilities
2010-11-03 Renesas spins off mobile semicon biz
Renesas Electronics' is creating a separate subsidiary for its mobile semiconductor products to help protect its power amplifier business.
2009-03-17 Optimism brews amid talks of recovery
Nobody was willing to call the start of an upswing, or even to say that the semiconductor industry has yet sighted bottom, but optimism was a reoccurring theme of the recent Semico Summit 2009 conference.
2009-11-30 Memory boost drives Samsung growth in '09
iSuppli's preliminary 2009 IC supplier rankings found that Samsung Electronics is the only top 10 chip supplier expected to show an increase in chip sales this year compared to 2008.
2008-04-10 Gyro sensors power next-gen PC mouse
A gyro-based mouse is an easy-to-use pointing and control system based on free-space movements and gestures.
2006-06-15 Driving away Intel's blues
Intel, the world's largest semiconductor company, is plagued with problems in its many businesses. We've put together ways how Intel can start chipping away its problems.
2006-06-01 Call to arms on software-defined radio
Cellphones shipping in 2010 using the pending Long Term Evolution standard, now being drafted by the Third Generation Project Partnership, will support data rates of up to 100Mbps.
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