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Baolt
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re: Losses widen at ST-Ericsson
Baolt   1/31/2011 11:04:47 PM
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i have many ex-colleagues who are working at ST-Er, sad to hear that their company does bad and its very sad sign for job holders. When admin group would realize the fact that they should make high level cooperation with asian players? In all cost should focus on designs to win projects at high volume customers as like Nokia, Motorola, Apple, Samsung... With S/E mindset the game is not going well

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docdivakar   1/25/2011 8:47:11 PM
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This is a bit surprising to me and seems contradictory to my impression of ST when I saw them at some trade shows in 2010; I wonder what product lines are the loss leaders? Perhaps slower adoption of LTE / WiMax? I am not sure if the reported revenue is only that of the wireless products group since ST-Ericsson also makes products in power management and many others. Dr. MP Divakar

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goafrit   1/25/2011 7:39:08 PM
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Signs of tough market. That wireless chip is now a commodity and it is high time some get out of it immediately.



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