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Swedish researchers set new world record for wireless data transmission rates

A group of researchers from Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg, Sweden, and Ericsson is getting recognition for setting a new world record in wireless data transmission rates using a new type of microwave circuit.

Qualcomm drives 802.11ac 2.0 ecosystem for faster Wi-Fi, intros new chip

Qualcomm Atheros is doing its part of make better use of Wi-Fi spectrum with multi-user (MU), multiple input-multiple output (MIMO) technology. Expanding on its portfolio of 802.11ac 2.0 capable chips, the company is introducing the QCA9377, which extends the performance benefits of Qualcomm's branded MU|EFX technology to notebooks, TVs, cameras and other consumer electronics that are connected to crowded Wi-Fi networks.

Gartner: Worldwide semiconductor sales on pace to total $338B in 2014

Worldwide semiconductor revenue is on pace to reach $338 billion (€269 billion) in 2014, a 7.2 per cent increase from 2013, and up from the previous quarter's forecast of 6.7 percent growth, according to latest figures from Gartner.

AMD's Hierofalcon SoC aimed at operators implementing NFV

AMD took the wraps off its 64-bit ARMv8 system-on-chip (SoC) that is designed for network function virtualization (NFV), showcasing the processor running virtualized evolved packet core (vEPC) applications during the ARM TechCon event in Santa Clara, Calif.

Qualcomm SDK aims to boost LTE Multicast development

Qualcomm unveiled a software-development toolkit (SDK) during its annual Uplinq developers conference that enables developers to take advantage of LTE Multicast technology. The SDK for LTE Multicast, also called LTE Broadcast, will provide developers with a common API that can be used in all regions around the world that are trialing, testing or deploying the technology.

Ericsson modem exit places 1,000 jobs at risk

Ericsson is consulting with workers unions and representatives over the lay off of around 1,000 staff from its modems business after announcing it will quit the sector in favour of an increased focus on its radio networks unit.

Qualcomm exec: Smartphones now app developers first port of call

HONG KONG--Smartphones have changed the way applications are produced, with most developers now focusing first on producing services for the mobile devices before migrating them to other products such as PCs, Qualcomm Technologies' SVP of product management said.

Qualcomm Technologies says cellular connectivity is point of differentiation in RF components

HONG KONG--Connectivity is now a key point of differentiation in mobile device modems according to Qualcomm, which is trading on the sheer number of cellular technologies now incorporated into its mobile device modems, with support for TDD and FDD variants of LTE a key selling point.

Qualcomm Technologies VP: Coverage is crucial for VoLTE rollout

HONG KONG--Qualcomm's VP of product management said coverage is now the only barrier to large scale deployments of voice over LTE (VoLTE) in a meeting with journalists on the sidelines of the company's 3G and LTE Summit, here, today.

Qualcomm extends LTE to entry-level smartphone processors

HONG KONG--Qualcomm said it is the first chipmaker to produce an LTE processor for low-cost smartphones as it revealed the Snapdragon 210 with dual-SIM functionality and multimode 3G/LTE Advanced capabilities.