Qualcomm has unveiled an LTE-A Category 10 modem and a new envelope tracker alongside news it is to enter the server market.
Ericsson and Qualcomm have completed an interoperability test of LTE Category 9 carrier aggregation in which they claim to have achieved download speeds of 450Mbps.
ARM has launched a roster of new media IPs for smartphones and tablets that promise to deliver better graphic performance at lower energy consumption.
The envelope tracking (ET) market is set to exceed four billion units per year by 2018, fuelled by inclusion of the technology on 4G LTE smartphones and new Wi-Fi standards.
LG has developed its first mobile processor, with the Category 6 Nuclun chipset being included in its new Korea-exclusive G3 Screen handset.
Qualcomm Atheros has extended its range of 802.11ac 2.0 multi-user multi-input/multi-output (Mu-Mimo) Wi-Fi products by launching a new chipset that extends connectivity to the likes of notebooks, TVs and other consumer electronics.
Nokia Networks has conducted a live network trial of new software that improves smartphone performance on 3G networks.
MediaTek is eyeing the higher end of the chipset market after launching a unified SoC platform for "super-mid market" handsets.
Nokia Networks has held tests of three band carrier aggregation using 40MHz of spectrum, which it said will lead to more operators launching LTE-Advanced networks.
Samsung is planning to spend almost €12 billion building a new semiconductor plant in Korea as it looks to rebalance its electronics business.
ARM has launched a new software platform and Internet of Things based operating system in a bid to speed up innovation in the sector.
ARM has unveiled its new 32-bit Cortex-M processor targeting IoT devices and smart home applications.
Qualcomm has released the world's first LTE broadcast software development kit, which it hopes will "broaden the ecosystem" of deployments.
MediaTek is embedding data compression software onto its LTE system on a chip, allowing consumers to consumer half as much data as on their normal monthly plan.
MediaTek technology has powered the first Android One smartphones, as Google revealed its attempt to bring connectivity to developing markets.
User generated content will drive the market for 4K compatible smartphones, with Germany and the UK set to play a key role in the adoption of the technology, Qualcomm has said.
Alcatel-Lucent is working with Qualcomm on a new indoor small cell to improve 3G, 4G LTE and Wi-Fi connectivity in workplaces.
NXP Semiconductors has announced a new passive solution for NFC that it hopes will bring new and intuitive applications for the technology.
Spreadtrum Communications has begun production of a “next-generation” multimode LTE modem that it hopes will speed up the introduction of 4G devices in China.
Broadcom has announced it is winding down its cellular baseband unit, at a cost of 2,250 jobs, after failing to find a buyer for the business.
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