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sranje
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re: Qualcomm grabs half of baseband IC market
sranje   11/6/2012 6:49:07 PM
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Hi Dylan, Always the same information is missing. Market shares given -- revenues or units -- BBs - standalone BBs or also BBs integrated with application processors -- and this could also be silicon integrated and/or co-packaged in a multi-chip package Also feature phone BBs and smartphone BBs are world appart -- apples and oranges in unit prices and features/complexity Strategy Analytics should of course be able to make profit selling its services. But there should also be a minimum clarity requirement from EETimes. Otherwise this is just noise and waste of time for your readers -- no information. One person opinion.

eewiz
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re: Qualcomm grabs half of baseband IC market
eewiz   11/5/2012 4:56:41 PM
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You mean the processors no vendor want to use for smartphones?

resistion
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re: Qualcomm grabs half of baseband IC market
resistion   11/3/2012 11:52:35 AM
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Yes, then Qualcomm will become like Nvidia.

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re: Qualcomm grabs half of baseband IC market
SylvieBarak   11/2/2012 8:19:14 PM
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Just wait til Intel starts integrating baseband onto its processors... then there'll be a real war of the worlds between it and Qualcomm. That'll be fun to watch.



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