Duct Tape and 5G – Could Huawei use old, unencumbered technology to build its own data centers? It is possible, but highly impractical.
MobiledgeX has reportedly been acquired by Google for a modest price. This demonstrates the challenges that small, innovative companies are starting to face when going up against the Giants.
There are a lot of reasons why Apple’s cellular modem may be failing, most of them just come down to the fact that modems are different and hard.
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Where is Qualcomm Driving? – As the smartphone market matures, Qualcomm has finally taken steps to diversify into new markets – IoT and Auto both offer big opportunities, but may be many years away.
Telcos are Taking Themselves Apart – Just as the international bandwidth market has moved into the hands of Internet companies, so too are domestic, onshore wireless networks.
This morning we published our newsletter covering Mobile World Congress 2019. Drop us a line if you would like to subscribe. Below is our view on the State of the […]
2021 State of the Mobile Baseband – Apple’s share gains, its leading Apps Processor, and growing pricing pressure for Android phones risks creating a vicious cycle for Qualcomm.
The Core Network is a deeply esoteric side of the 5G standard, but there are big changes coming there. Intel’s moves in the field could pressure Qualcomm’s role in the standards process.
AR and VR share some technical concepts and will likely have similar components, but beyond that are completely unrelated – the way people use them and thus the software needed to power them will be very different.