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posted in April 2013

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Yoshida in China: A radical proposal for monetizing IP
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4/30/2013   10 comments
If you have an innovation whose IP is trapped in a university, why not consider spinning it out in an investment-rich environment like China.
Spreadtrum sacks CTO
News & Analysis  
4/26/2013   3 comments
The sudden firing of Qiuzhen Zou, Spreadtrum's chief technology officer, hints at internal turmoil within the Chinese fabless chip firm. What’s the story behind Spreadtrum’s sudden sack of its CTO?
Yoshida in China: SMIC rides on China fabless growth
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4/25/2013   4 comments
SMIC's five consecutive quarters of revenue growth paint a picture of a new SMIC.
Japanese electronics industry debates future amid turmoil
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4/22/2013   39 comments
Japanese engineers from competing electronics companies gather in one room to exchange punches, parries, and predictions for Japan's electronics industry.
Slideshow: How SMIC attracts talent
News & Analysis  
4/18/2013   28 comments
Chinese foundry's template for recruitment of world-class talent includes choice residential living and an award-winning school.
China's Leadcore Technology to license Ceva's DSP
Design How-To  
4/17/2013   Post a comment
The deal between Leadcore and Ceva appears to involve Ceva's DSP and platform IPs designed to enable a range of communication standards including TD-LTE and LTE Advanced.
Yoshida in China: What Imagination must do next
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4/15/2013   2 comments
The integration of any two companies is a painful process. I got further explanation about the exodus of former MIPS people -- sales and FAEs -- in Korea, Taiwan, Japan and China.
Huawei, world’s biggest underdog
News & Analysis  
4/15/2013   10 comments
The ascent of Huawei -- from a reseller of commodity PBX equipment in rural China to a global telecom equipment behemoth with $34 billion revenue today -- is a story told and retold in China.
China Fabless: Allwinner's secret to tablet IC success
News & Analysis  
4/9/2013   4 comments
Red-hot Allwinner reveals how it earned top apps-processor supplier for Chinese tablets and its strategy going forward.
Yoshida in China: Imagination's MIPS roadmap
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4/5/2013   2 comments
Imagination Technologies reaffirms commitment to MIPS and China.
Yoshida in China: Imagination dumps MIPS sales team
Blog  
4/4/2013   1 comment
Is Imagination Technologies actually helping increase the adoption of MIPS, or is it killing MIPS in China?
China fabless: Actions Semi targets non-Apple market
News & Analysis  
4/2/2013   11 comments
One of China's oldest fabless chip suppliers is often seen as a shrinking player in the diminishing MP3 player market. Look again.
Yoshida in China: What's Calxeda doing here?
Blog  
4/1/2013   2 comments
In Beijing, I ran into Barry Evans, one of the brains behind the famed Xscale processor SoC, now a co-founder and CEO at Calxeda.


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