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Still Rambus, but less rambunctious
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3/29/2010   3 comments
Rambus is seeking to cast a kinder and gentler light on the company's feisty reputation. Heretofore, Rambus has been largely known as a litigious memory technology company. Rambus now wants to be viewed as more conciliatory, as it diversifies its IP portfolio far beyond memories.
4G/LTE chips coming . . . but first, a little chaos
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3/22/2010   8 comments
As the wireless industry transitions to WiMax/LTE, gone are the days when baseband chip vendors could continuously hold onto their existing 3G/2G solutions. On the horizon is the industry's growing appetite for DSPs -- specifically designed to run Software Defined Radio (SDR), according to CEVA.
Updated: Sequans' WiMax chip drives Sprint Nextel's first 4G phone
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3/18/2010   Post a comment
It turns out that it's Sequans Communications, not Beceem, whose WiMax chip was designed into Sprint Nextel's first WiMax (4G) phone, scheduled to be unveiled next week during the CTIA wireless show.


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