2009 will see WiMAX/LTE chips; Qualcomm cuts 2009 forecast

> According to Berg Insight, the number of machines connected to mobile networks in Europe will grow by 34.2 percent in 2008 and reach 14.1 million at the year-end. The number of connections is projected to reach 58.6 million by 2013. Article

> China Unicom has completed construction and testing of its WCDMA trial network in more than 60 Shanghai locations and is waiting for its 3G license. Article

> 2009 will see the introduction of a new class of wireless communications chip that features dual-mode support for both WiMAX and LTE, according to ABI Research. Article

> Qualcomm posts higher profits, but cuts 2009 forecast. Article

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