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2/12/2010 00:00 AM EST
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re: TI: Smartphone functionalities migrating down
shub   2/12/2010 5:42:30 PM
Biggest question going round is how serious TI is in there wireless business ? Till when they are planning to continue in this business, There is requirement by almost all OEM to provide whole platform which means Application Processor + Modem + RF + PMU + Connectivity and TI does not have 2 very important thing from this that are Modem + RF and are loosing their ground very rapidly in wireless industry.

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