Qualcomm is interested in exploring the possibility of deploying LTE services on unlicensed spectrum, according to CEO Paul Jacobs.
Qualcomm, the world's largest supplier of silicon to smartphones, warned that its growth rate would slow next year due to increases in the sale of less expensive phones, among other reasons. The news sent the company's stock down slightly in trading this morning to around $67 per share. However, the company, in its just completed fiscal fourth quarter, notched significant increases in earnings and sales.
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Qualcomm reported strong results for its most recent quarter, including record revenue, and said that it does not expect the smartphone market that powers its chipset business to slow down in 2013.
Chipset companies can throw money at increasing their brand awareness among consumers, but at the end of the day, I think people will care more about what they can experience with their mobile devices than what is inside of them.
LAS VEGAS--Qualcomm CEO Paul Jacobs announced a new line of the company's flagship Snapdragon chipsets and, in highlighting how he envisions them being used in smartphones and tablets, also noted how Qualcomm hopes to enable the next generation of mobile experiences.
Next week in Las Vegas tens of thousands of technology and mobile executives, professionals and enthusiasts will gather for the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show. As in recent years, the wireless industry will have a significant presence at the show, but from what I'm hearing from analysts and insiders there may be less of a bang at this show than in years past.
Qualcomm CEO Paul Jacobs said that the company is no longer impacted by supply constraints for its newest chipsets, a problem that it faced earlier this year. Instead, the company marched ahead with strong fiscal fourth quarter as demand for smartphones accelerated.
Qualcomm CEO Paul Jacobs left open the possibility that the chipset maker might run its own silicon fabrication plant, or fab, or make use of tis cash pile to keep up with demand. However, it is unlikely that Qualcomm will start running a fab any time soon.
Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM) once again posted record earnings and revenue in its fiscal second quarter, but the chipset giant also said it is facing constraints on meeting customer demand for chips that