Broadcom unveiled its newest platform for entry-level smartphones and also announced a milestone-reaching series of multicore processors suited for LTE and LTE-Advanced networks.
While many industry observers have expected that it would be several years before pay TV providers could deliver programming in the new 4K Ultra HD format, Comcast is running a demonstration here at The Cable Show this week that shows how it could stream Ultra HD programming to subscribers by installing PCs at cable headend facilities.
Broadcom said its newest 802.11ac chips for entry-level PCs, tablets and smartphones are now sampling, and volume production is slated for the second half of the year.
Qualcomm reported typically strong quarterly earnings but its long-term outlook for the year spooked some analysts and investors as worries fly that the chipset giant could be facing lower royalty payments and tougher competition in Asia.
SES said it teamed up Friday with Harmonic and Broadcom Corp. to demonstrate the first transmission of Ultra HD video using the new High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC) standard.
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The High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC) HD compression standard has caught the eye of vendors quickly preparing for the next generation of high definition television--4K or UltraHD.
BARCELONA, Spain--Broadcom thinks that 2014 will be the year it will be able to bring together the key components of its chipset portfolio--applications processor, advanced LTE modem and its newest combo chip--and integrate them into a solution for high-end smartphones, according to a company executive.
Startup Fastback Networks officially rolled out its first small cell backhaul offering, which promises 500 Mbps of speed with less than 500 microseconds of latency in line-of-sight (LOS) and non-line-of-sight (NLOS) conditions.
Broadcom announced its intention to enter the LTE modem market with a chip the company boasted as one of the world's smallest, fastest and most capable. The chip, set to ship next year, puts Broadcom on a collision course with LTE modem market leaders Qualcomm and Samsung. The move will also create more competition for Intel, which has announced its intention to enter into the LTE modem market.