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Qorvo: Placing itself into the exclusive Ultra-Wide-Band chipset clubFebruary 05, 2020There is tremendous synergy among mobile, automotive, and IoT applications and much potential using UWB. Given Apple’s new U1 chip and other OEMs now looking to provide UWB solutions in their handsets, UWB solutions will become more mainstream. Qorvo has strategically placed itself in the forefront as now being one of the leading suppliers of UWB chipsets.Subscribers Only
Broadcom: Moving on from WirelessDecember 24, 2019Broadcom announced during its 2019 fourth quarter earnings announcement that it no longer regards wireless as its core business, but rather “stand-alone in nature due to their unique customers, technology and supply chain characteristics” as stated by CEO Hock Tran.Subscribers Only
MediaTek is Uncharacteristically Early to the 5G PartyNovember 27, 2019MediaTek announced their first 5G mobile SoC (system on a chip) this week, Dimensity1000. They also announced their partnership with Intel to bring 5G capabilities to PCs. Dell and HP have expressed their intention to incorporate MediaTek’s 5G solution in their laptops in early 2021. As a mass-market mobile chipset maker, MediaTek traditionally followed industry pioneers after a new wireless generation introduction. Consider the case with LTE; when the first chipsets arrived in 2010, MediaTek was focused on high volume 3G chipsets. Their contribution to the industry had been to democratize technology by producing lower cost chipsets to enable affordable devices.
5G: Densification Will Lead to Higher 5G Revenues in Wireless Semis, Especially in the RFFEOctober 28, 20195G is here and the ecosystem is coming together for an explosive technology transformation. In the past the consumer was the primary benefactor of each generational upgrade, but going forward, the enterprise is expected to reap the rewards of 5G and how these use cases will change the way we work and live coupling AI and 5G, collaborating with value chain players and converging technologies. However, densification and a true nationwide network is what will spur the ubiquity of 5G. As this transformation occurs, the revenues will increasingly shift into 5G supply chain.
The importance of embedded security grows in connected microcontrollersJanuary 18, 2019The year of 2018 has been one of the worst to date in terms of both number of security breaches and the number of records that have been exposed.