Chipping Away At Wireless Handsets

Smith, Brad
December 2004
Wireless Week;12/1/2004, Vol. 10 Issue 24, p16
Trade Publication
Reports on an increase in chip sales in 2004 caused by the market growth for mobile phones according to the Semiconductor Industry Association. Percentage increase of the sales; Views of Mike Phillips, director of strategy for Freescale Semiconductor, on the transition of the wireless chip industry; Share of code division multiple access company Qualcomm in chip sales by 2008. INSETS: New Handsets Need Memory;Qualcomm Expands Portfolio.


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