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HiSilicon extends ARM licenses for 3G/4G comms

8/2/2011 11:54 AM EDT
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Neo10
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re: HiSilicon extends ARM licenses for 3G/4G comms
Neo10   8/3/2011 3:24:53 AM
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They seem be highly into networking gear and video prcessing and transmission chipsets. If they are the sole suppliers to Huawei it would be interesting to know how the worlds 3rd largest wireless technology supplier will leverage the low power and high performance ARM cores to achieve higher throughput and cheaper modules for it's customers.

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FortranMan   8/2/2011 5:56:51 PM
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They are targeting the very top end of performance with Cortex-A15 and the new CCI-400 cache controller. It will be very interesting to see which GPU core they licensed.

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