The State of RF Semis in 2020 – We are the late stages of the Golden Age of RF Semis. A combination of the growth of Chinese competitors and Qualcomm’s emergence as a real player in RF mean changes is coming.
Chip companies cannot build software products, but they can build software enablers, and through those differentiate their chips.
The Journal reported yesterday that Broadcom has put its wireless business unit up for sale. If it comes to pass, this has some big implications for the wireless components industry. […]
The big news in semis yesterday was Nvidia announcing it was going to buy Mellanox for $6.9 billion. This deal has been percolating for a while. (We posted about it […]
There is some news out of Intel yesterday, and an even more interesting rumor. The news is that they have chosen a new CEO. We do not know Mr. Swan, […]
There have been some important developers in the semiconductor market this week that have unsettled the semiconductor world. The news was that Global Foundries has exited the market for 7nm […]
Intel has been in the news lately, largely because of its CEO transition, which gives the impression of a company in turmoil. In truth, the root of Intel’s problems lay […]
We have been working with a few companies on their plans for ICOs or digital token sales. We have also begun working on a book on the subject (more on […]
Once upon a time, in the olden days, companies started out small. They made something, they sold that something for a little bit more than it cost to make. They […]
I have gone dark for a while, for reasons I may get into later, but there has been a lot happening in the market, so I wanted to put pen […]