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ST and Ericsson agree to break up joint venture

3/18/2013 10:15 AM EDT
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re: ST and Ericsson agree to break up joint venture
hb11us   3/22/2013 12:49:12 AM
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You forgot QCOM. They have a sarong hold on the hi end market. And they are moving aggressively with many designs at the same time to take over the low end market. This will hurt Nvidia and MediaTek. I don't think ST-Ericsson could match the workforce and resources that QCOM is putting on their developments effort. ST or Ericsson solution will be history very soon unless they find a customer for their solution ...

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