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posted in September 2011

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Microchip’s strategy in a ‘weak economy’
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9/30/2011   13 comments
In a recent interview at ESC, Microchip’s COO made no efforts to sugar coat the weak global economy. But he noted: Now is not the time to panic, it’s time to “focus on things we can control.”
Qualcomm jumps into ‘Embedded’ fray
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9/28/2011   4 comments
Qualcomm, traditionally known for its direct relationships with mobile handset OEMs and ODMs, has jumped into the “embedded” fray, by launching the company’s newly designed “DragonBoard.”
Broadcom closes DTV, Blu-ray chip units
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9/22/2011   24 comments
Broadcom has quietly shut down its digital TV operations, including offices in Canada, China and the U.S.
Dialog to bet big on DECT ULE for wireless connectivity
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9/13/2011   9 comments
In pursuit of a growing market for “The Internet of Things,” Dialog Semiconductors is going after DECT Ultra Low Energy, instead of ZigBee, Z-Wave or Bluetooth.
Analogix fires an opening salvo in MYDP vs. MHL battle
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9/6/2011   3 comments
The mobile industry hasn’t indicated its interface preference for streaming HD video from a smartphone to an external HDTV. In hopes for tipping this uncertain balance, Analogix is announcing that its own SlimPort family is compatible with the ST-promoted MYDP digital interface.


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