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Quintic Rolls Out Low-Power Wearable Chipset

12/12/2013 09:20 AM EST
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Roadman0
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This is Great News!
Roadman0   12/12/2013 1:48:06 PM
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May be some of US suppliers can wake up and smell the coffee.  This market is headed to Hi volume already to Sub $1.00 ~ $0.60 Market.  Same has happened in WiFi/ Ethernet world by Realtek / Mediatek. 

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Qunitic - on way to acquisition
goafrit   12/12/2013 11:36:26 AM
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Quintic continues to show innovation in the low power wearable sub-sector. Yet, I think this company will be acquired within months with this new product line. Intel, TI and even Qualcomm are my major suspects. As Samsung works to activate the smart watch market with Gear, they will know that only Apple has the magic to wake up a new business like that. As soon as Apple comes in, the demand for these chipsets will be huge. Anyone that gets Quintic will have a great laugh at the end

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