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VNP
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re: GainSpan combines ZigBee, Wi-Fi in single chip
VNP   3/7/2013 1:31:22 PM
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This chip has dedicated market (M2M, IoT, and so on) and will be used as a gateway between home/private network and wireless/wide area network. After 802.11ah standard will be accepted GainSpan can easily catch it. If so, it is right step.

krisi
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re: GainSpan combines ZigBee, Wi-Fi in single chip
krisi   3/5/2013 4:44:26 PM
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It seems that everybody (Qualcom, Broadcom, Marvel, etc) is combining multiple radios on 1 chip...at the end maybe someone will put all possible radios on one chip in 14nm and kill everyone else?



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