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Lossy GCT files for $100 million IPO

9/15/2011 02:25 PM EDT
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re: Lossy GCT files for $100 million IPO
Neo10   9/19/2011 3:29:12 AM
Requires a mjor thrust towards LTE and rapid deployment if this company is to see profits soon. The reason not many have jumped into LTE chipsets is the slow progress from 3G to 4G. 3G itself is coming at a not so cheap price for portable handsets so this will not be going like hot cakes anytime soon.

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