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re: Renesas Mobile CEO predicts 10 fold growth for its global market share
shub   5/29/2011 3:13:11 AM
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Reneasas Mobile will get lot of traction in coming years as they have Modem which is well proven because of the legacy from Nokia which sells phone with Nokia Modem now transffered to Renesas in every country of world. Probably their development is at par with Qualcomm and will create problem for Qualcomm, ST-E going forward.

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re: Renesas Mobile CEO predicts 10 fold growth for its global market share
Ana Hills   5/28/2011 6:04:01 AM
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