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7/3/2010 11:21 PM EDT
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re: Qualcomm brews plan to boost struggling lines
goafrit   7/5/2010 10:41:26 AM
The competition will remain intense. Even with the latest acquisition from Intel, it is going to be all out fight for market share. Sure Qualcomm has to make sure that all the units that are not firing must do so. This post-recession is going to be brutal since consumers are still lacking in confidence to spend. So, everyone needs really good and price competitive products to succeed. It is good to note that Qualcomm has a solid hardware and software plans to get this right. We cannot afford to have another Palm and the earlier they do it, the better for the customers because we want many players. Needless to say that Qualcomm is still a force in its segment, but is cannot be complacent.

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Sanjib.A   7/4/2010 8:39:03 AM
Can anybody share his or her knowledge about MRAM and a comparison (mainly speed vs. cost) with the existing SDRAMs or DDR technology. Is MRAM mostly being used for audio-video application?

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