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Small-cell chip market CAGR at 50%, says firm

10/17/2011 03:43 PM EDT
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Mike350
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Mike350   10/17/2011 8:51:47 PM
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Take a look at Mindspeed and Freescale. I'm buying the Mobile Experts report because it has more detailed information about their architectures and a forecast of multimode picocell www.mobile-experts.net if you want to look

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re: Small-cell chip market CAGR at 50%, says firm
chanj0   10/17/2011 8:36:48 PM
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Which company has the best technology in this market segment?

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Mike350   10/17/2011 7:27:02 PM
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But the growth in carrier-grade small cell processors at $60-70 will overwhelm the cost reduction in the $25 consumer-grade femtocells...

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krisi   10/17/2011 5:06:26 PM
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"The average selling prices of semiconductors such as processors and power amplifiers will be increasing over the next few years"??? I find it hard to believe that ASP for silicon will be increasing. Volume sure, 50% CAGR is great, but selling prices? Kris

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