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Mobile is Everything: MWC 2016 highlights 2016-03-10
Have a look at the highlightsthe new products unveiled and new announcements at recently concluded Mobile World Congress 2016 held in Barcelona, Spain. ?
Intel may overthrow Q'Com's reign in iPhone 2015-08-14
An analyst said Intel achieved a design win in iPhones that will represent roughly $1 billion in revenue for Intel in calendar year 2016. ?
Who wants to buy Marvell's mobile business? 2015-08-07
Marvell's search for suitors illustrates a dramatic change in the global smartphone business. Nobody seems winning big. Even for a chip vendor with solid technology, it's tougher to get fair value. ?
Reality check for IoT: Shipments for 2020 pegged at 1.9B 2015-06-05
Linley Gwennap estimates 1.9 billion new IoT devices will ship in 2020, up from about 200 million annual shipping today, which is notably smaller than the 50-billion forecast from Cisco. ?
Intel warns decline in PC market revenue 2015-03-17
In a revenue forecast issued last week, Intel announced a change in outlook due to a weak demand for business desktop PCs and low inventory levels across the supply chain. Fitch Ratings and IDC agree. ?
5 things to expect at Mobile World Congress 2015-02-27
The Mobile World Congress has morphed into a gathering place to discover and debate connected devices and new network technologies tailored for different applications. ?
Shift in China's mobile market threatens U.S. chip companies 2015-01-20
Among big changes in the works are China Mobile's shift in procurement policy from five-mode smartphones to three-mode models and plans among Chinese apps processor vendors to embrace connectivity. ?
Broadcom moves past LTE, 5G cellular to refocus in broadband 2015-01-13
After dropping its smartphone modem business, which was eating away about $2 million a day from Broadcom, CEO McGregor said his company if now focusing on the broadband and connectivity. ?
Maxscend, CEVA team up to offer WiFi, Bluetooth sol's for IoT 2014-08-29
The companies will provide solutions for WiFi, Bluetooth and BLE, consisting of Maxscend RF IPs and CEVA's connectivity platforms, targeting mobile devices, wearables and the Internet of Things. ?
Doubts dampen investment activity in chip industry 2014-08-18
Semiconductor funding deals dipped by 2.4 per cent over the previous year due to weakened investor confidence. Despite the drop, firms are receiving more funding dollars on the average. ?
Samsung shooting for LTE advantage over Qualcomm 2014-07-15
The South Korean giant is aiming for a larger slice of the LTE business pie, and does so by designing vendors' chips out of its handsets and tablets. The recently revealed LTE combo chip integrating Samsung's own quad-core Exynos processor has already dealt a huge blow to other players, but not to Qualcomm. ?
Ceva dives into connectivity IP market with RivieraWaves 2014-07-10
The IP licensor is beefing up its portfolio with the $19 million acquisition of France-based vendor boasting blue chip semiconductor licensees, with expectations of raising its margins by 25 per cent in 2015. ?
DSP-integrated SoC prolongs wearables' battery life 2014-05-08
The SoC architecture integrates a multi-functional DSP core into a tiny MCU, where the DSP handles the always-listening chores and wakes up the MCU only when necessary. ?
Cadence emerges as fourth largest IP core supplier 2014-04-24
Strong IP and acquisition strategies placed Cadence as the fourth among the top semiconductor IP core suppliers in Gartner's 2013 ranking, with 5.1 per cent revenue share. ARM led with 43.2 per cent, followed by Synopsys and Imagination Technologies respectively. ?
Mobile apps processor battle rages on 2014-01-15
Evident at the International CES this year was that the ever-increasing flood of features into mobile devices is keeping silicon designers on their toes. ?
MediaTek's global strategy to benefit CEVA 2014-01-13
CEVA's TeakLite DSP core, which is used in VIA Telecom's CDMA2000 baseband solution, will have its hands full on coming up with a big design win in MediaTek's SoC. ?
Taking a look at the embedded vision market 2013-11-20
As the market shifts to "vision" processing, the industry has focused over how fast and how accurately a processor can capture, dissect and interpret data that is comprehensible to an embedded system. ?
Broadcom ventures into 64bit ARM core race 2013-10-21
Broadcom is designing a custom quad-issue, quad-threaded, out-of-order ARMv8 processor that will "raise the bar" in single and multi-core performance. ?
Apple banks iPhone 5c success via China Mobile deal 2013-09-16
On September 10, Apple officially introduced two new iPhones, including an 'iPhone 5c' based on Apple's A6 processor, available in five colours. ?
CEVA licenses DSP to enable intelligent transport systems 2013-07-11
The programmable nature of the CEVA-XC will enable Renesas to create a software-defined radio SoC offering ultra-high performance and requiring minimal power consumption. ?
Synopsys, Imagination higher up IP ranking ladder 2013-05-08
Research firm Gartner reports that Synopsys and Imagination made gains on leader ARM in the semiconductor IP market in 2012. ?
Analysis: ST, Renesas failed to see the bigger mobile picture 2013-03-26
The game is over for Western chip companies, except for the global mobile chip industry leader Qualcomm, says EE Times correspondent Junko Yoshida. ?
Cadence to boost SoC offerings with Tensilica buyout 2013-03-13
Cadence Design Systems has agreed to purchase Tensilica for approximately $380 million to expand its scope of IP offerings and accelerate delivery of IP roadmap. ?
Ceva, Tensilica battle it out in imaging IP core space 2013-02-20
A year after Ceva's introduction of its programmable, low-power imaging and vision platform, Tensillica has rolled out the IVP, an imaging and video data plane processor unit. ?
Embedded vision to drive new wave of mobile devices 2013-02-15
Imaging has decidedly become a hot topic among a diverse world of system engineers including those who build automotive, mobile handsets, tablets, PCs, digital TVs or medical devices. ?
Ever elusive LTE design wins continue to plague CES 2013-01-18
Companies such as ST-Ericsson, Renesas Mobile, NVidia and Marvell have spent the past year developing LTE base band chips, but the still no news about actual design wins for the technology. ?
Audio, voice, connectivity earmarked for UHDTV 2013-01-17
During the recent CES expo, three notable trends for Ultra High-definition TV have come to light and various consumer electronics companies are busy addressing them. ?
Imagination locks in on MIPS 2012-12-24
Ceva recently announced that it will not rebid against Imagination Technologies, giving the DSP IP licensor a boost in its position against ARM Holdings. ?
MIPS skips Release 4 amid bidding war 2012-12-10
In what is likely MIPS Technologies' last independent tech update, Release 5 contains virtualisation and SIMD extensions to its base architecture. ?
Ceva bids against Imagination Tech, offers $75 mil for MIPS 2012-11-23
The competing bid by Ceva is reportedly structured along the same lines as Imagination's. That bid calls for a large proportion of the MIPS patent portfolio to be sold to Bridge Crossing for about $350 million. ?


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