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How to Spot Leading Indicators of a Successful 5G TransitionDecember 14, 2018With every new generation of cellular technology comes the 4 big questions: 1) When will it happen? 2) How much will the handsets cost? 3) What is the “killer app”? 4) How will operators monetize and justify our investments? It’s a chicken and egg scenario…the answer remains to be seen. However, what is clear is that while the focus is primarily on the fancy use cases and applications, the less glamorous leading indicators of a successful evolution of a generational change in technology are often overlooked. These indicators include: network infrastructure, device to cloud analytics, spectrum allocation and a well-designed RF Front End (RFFE).
Texas Instruments’ newly announced SimpleLink MCU shows Wi-Fi standard will continue to push the low power wireless envelopeApril 03, 2017On March 15 2017, Texas Instruments (TI) announced enhancements to its SimpleLink microcontroller (MCU) platform. This article will provide highlights from TI’s new additions and their potential impact on the Internet-of-Things (IoT) industry.
WiGig has a very small window of opportunity to make its markDecember 28, 2016This article provides current status of the WiGig (802.11ad) standard including a brief summary of the standard, a list of challenges the standard is facing and recently announced news.Subscribers Only
Intel becomes #1 gateway chip supplier with Lantiq acquisitionFebruary 20, 2015Intel is acquiring Lantiq, provider of DSL broadband access and home networking technology. Terms of the deal remain undisclosed, and the process is expected to take 90 days to fully close, pending any regulatory approvals and transaction stipulations.Subscribers Only
MediaTek announces platform to support Android WearJanuary 19, 2015With the announcement of the MT2601 SoC at CES last week, MediaTek has entered the Android Wear powered wearable SoC competitive landscape. The smart watch market is primed for growth as product appeal has increased...Subscribers Only
News - Texas Instruments will add iBeacon support to Bluetooth productsApril 17, 2014Texas Instruments has announced that it will integrate iBeacon capabilities in its Bluetooth Low Energy portfolio. iBeacon technology will be integrated in TI's SimpleLink CC2541 and CC2543 microcontrollers, the dual mode SimpleLink CC2564 and BL6450Q automotive connectivity device as well as the WiLink 8 and 8Q automotive connectivity devices.Subscribers Only
Sensor Hubs Make Big Gains While Enabling the Future of SensingApril 16, 2014Sensor hubs that offload tasks from power-hungry application processors and let mobile devices like smartphones and tablets run longer on a single battery charge are reaping gargantuan gains thanks to the global microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) market, with shipment growth this year alone in triple-digit territory, according to new analysis from IHS Technology.
Industrial Electronics Chip Market Rebounds, Invigorated by Resurgent ActivityApril 11, 2014Powered by the freshly fueled gears of reviving economies, the global market for semiconductors used in industrial electronics applications overcame a serious fall in 2012 and roared back to life last year, boding well for an even more energetic 2014, according to a new report from IHS Technology
Global Revenue for Digital Power Supplies and Digital Power ICs Projected to Jump 65 Percent in 2014March 04, 2014The global market for digital power is undergoing explosive growth, with revenues for digital power supplies and digital power integrated circuits (ICs) each projected to jump almost 65...
Despite Challenges, Industrial Semiconductor Market Reports Positive Q1August 15, 2013The market for semiconductors used in industrial electronics applications relished a better-than-expected first quarter as macroeconomic headwinds turned out to be less severe than...
Industrial Semiconductors Report Positive Q1 Despite ChallengesMany companies show encouraging growth; industry revenue ticks upAugust 07, 2013The global semiconductor market for industrial electronics relished a better-than-expected first quarter as macroeconomic headwinds turned out to be less severe than initially feared, according to the latest Industrial Electronics report from information and analytics provider IHS.
It’s a Tie: Bosch and STM Hold Joint Honors as No. 1 MEMS Suppliers for 2012June 10, 2013For the first time ever, no clear winner has emerged to claim top honors in the microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) business for 2012, with Bosch of Germany and French-Italian...
Qualcomm and Samsung Move Closer to Holding Half of Wireless ASIC/ASSP Market ShareMay 10, 2013The competitive landscape of the wireless semiconductor market is seemingly growing less competitive, at least from a market share perspective. The top two market share holders are...Subscribers Only
Top Industrial Electronics Semiconductor Suppliers Suffer Declining Revenue in 2012May 09, 2013The eight leading suppliers of industrial electronics suffered revenue declines in 2012, reflecting weak conditions for the beleaguered market, according to an IHS Industrial Electronics Market Tracker...
Most Industrial Electronics Semiconductor Suppliers Hurt by Revenue ReversalsOnly two out of the Top 10 enjoy gains; Texas Instruments is the best performer of a losing groupApril 23, 2013The Top 10 semiconductor suppliers last year for the industrial electronics market mostly suffered revenue declines consistent with the downturn of a beleaguered industry, according to an IHS iSuppli Industrial Electronics market tracker report from information and analytics provider IHS.
Fourth-Quarter Reprieve Brings Little Relief to Semiconductor Makers in 2012—but Spurs 2013 ReboundApril 10, 2013Despite stronger-than-expected growth during the fourth quarter, 2012 was still a miserable year for the semiconductor market and suppliers, with only eight out of the Top 25 chipmakers...
Wireless Spending on Small Cells and Heterogeneous Architectures Needed to Ease Mobile Data TrafficWireless capital expenditures set to climb as 4G LTE grows more widespreadMarch 05, 2013
Capital expenditures on wireless infrastructure equipment will continue to increase this year as mobile operators increasingly transition to 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE), but more heterogeneous architectures such as small cells will also need to be deployed to ease flagrant data congestion, according to an IHS iSuppli Wireless Communications special report from information and analytics provider IHS.
Spending in 2013 on wireless infrastructure equipment—long a barometer of growth in the wireless space—is projected to reach $44.7 billion, up a solid 5 percent from $42.7 billion in 2012. Capital expenditures by mobile network operators are set to rise another 2 percent next year to $45.6 billion, on their way to $47.1 billion by 2016.
Vendors Rise and Fall in the Mobile Handset IC MarketQualcomm scores, Texas Instruments dropsFebruary 19, 2013
Qualcomm and Samsung capitalized on rapidly shifting market conditions to claim the top two spots of the mobile handset core integrated circuit (IC) business in 2012, while some other companies saw their share drift away, according to the IHS iSuppli Wireless Competitive Landscape Tool from information and analytics provider IHS.
In the market for application-specific mobile handset core ICs like baseband and radio-frequency semiconductors, Qualcomm reigned supreme with 31 percent market revenue share. The San Diego-based chip maker has held the top position since 2007 and even enlarged its lead by 8 percentage points during the period. South Korea’s Samsung Electronics was the No. 2 vendor after Qualcomm, with a 21 percent share.
Digital and 3D cinema market trends in Europe Q4 2012February 06, 2013 Subscribers Only
Wireless in 2012 Marked by Continued Dominance or Altered Fortunes of Key PlayersSweeping trends, including the rise of smartphones and 4G LTE, blew through marketsFebruary 06, 2013
Influential companies such as Apple Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. solidified their standing in a buoyant wireless market last year that saw double-digit growth, while formerly strong brands like Texas Instruments finally hung up on the smartphone space, according to an IHS iSuppli Wireless Communications market tracker report from information and analytics provider IHS.
Total mobile communications equipment factory revenue closed out 2012 at $378.9 billion, up 13 percent from $335.5 billion the year before. Growth, while down from 30 percent in 2011, remained in vigorous double-digit territory. The industry will continue to expand with a 14 percent increase projected this year, as revenue makes its way to $526.9 billion by 2016.