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Qualcomm unveils Qualcomm FSM90xx SoC

Wednesday 11 June 2014 | 16:41 CET | News
Qualcomm announced that its subsidiary, Qualcomm Technologies, released the Qualcomm FSM90xx system-on-chip (SoC) for neighborhood and small and medium business (SMB) small cells. From its inception to implementation, the FSM90xx was designed and optimised to meet the cost targets and performance requirements of neighborhood and SMB segments. The FSM90xx SoCs are expected to sample in the second half. 

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Qualcomm
Countries: World
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There is a reason for why they invest in spreading false newspaper articles about how their technology is superior to rivals in the marketplace and why they persist with loss making Ponzi schemes. They know too well that network operator will do their own testing of a range of technologies and determine the real leader but they still persist with spreading lies. They do this to try and convince everybody that they are smart and that they're working on research to bring out new products. In reality they're buying time until they have managed to steal/re-code a competitors work and then claim that they had been working on the idea long ago. What they need to realise is that the World has changed and going forward their actions will get them deported to Antarctica.
kmq gfds @ 11/6/2014 - 23:09


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