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IHS: China's fabless to sell $10-bn in 2015

6/3/2011 12:59 PM EDT
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yalanand
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re: IHS: China's fabless to sell $10-bn in 2015
yalanand   6/3/2011 5:38:22 PM
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But what about IP's. Are those companies building their own IP's or are they copying the existing designs from other mobiles ?

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Peter Clarke   6/4/2011 10:01:35 AM
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I believe the Chinese market has matured significantly over recent years. They may be copying basic system architectures and look and feel, but these companies are doing SoC designs based on a range of ARM, MIPS and other IP licenses.

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resistion   6/5/2011 2:06:01 PM
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Who would be willing to be foundry for the Chinese? Besides SMIC only Samsung. TSMC and GF would get too much political flak.

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cjleeusa   9/9/2011 12:55:18 PM
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