SPOTLIGHT: Qualcomm buys SoC assets from TeleCIS


Earlier this week, Qualcomm purchased the system-on-a-chip engineering assets from WiMAX chipset vendor TeleCIS Wireless for an undisclosed amount, giving Qualcomm an entry into the mobile WiMAX market if it so chooses. The CDMA champion said the purchase will bolster its expertise in OFDMA technology, which promises to be the basis for a number of technologies, including the migration road map for CDMA 1xEV-DO and HSDPA. Truly a watershed moment for WiMAX, because Qualcomm once penned a white paper called "Why Max?" Article

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