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Doubling shipments boosts Imagination profits

6/24/2011 09:47 AM EDT
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Peter Clarke
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Peter Clarke   6/28/2011 10:48:19 AM
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Imagination describes the Pure business as a good way to showcase their technologies. They are also hopeful that in the medium term DAB sales will pick up around the world.

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eewiz   6/28/2011 10:07:19 AM
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"...based on both technology licensing and a separate digital audio broadcast (DAB) radio equipment business. The later continued to suffer declining sales... " Major mobile CPU suppliers like QCOM,NVdia have their own graphics cores and there is competition from ARM Mali and other graphics startups. so I feel IMGTEC would be better off in the long term, if they focus on graphics/related IP rather than doing many things like "radio equipment business"

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