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Alina Sargiss

Alina Sargiss

Alina Sargiss is a technology research analyst at IHS Markit covering the global wireless semiconductor market.

She is involved in semiconductor market research, including quarterly market sizing, revenues and forecasting, and she assists with custom consulting projects.

Prior to IHS Markit, she was an industry analyst at the Gartner Group responsible for mobile handsets and services. Earlier, she worked at Frost & Sullivan and at Symbian evangelizing the nascent smartphone marketplace.

Ms. Sargiss holds a Bachelor of Arts in International Affairs and Commerce from the University of the Pacific and an MBA in International Management from the Monterey Institute of International Studies, both US.


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MediaTek is Uncharacteristically Early to the 5G Party
MediaTek is Uncharacteristically Early to the 5G Party

MediaTek announced their first 5G mobile SoC (system on a chip) this week, Dimensity1000. They also announced their partnership with Intel to bring 5G capabilities to PCs. Dell and HP have expressed their intention to incorporate MediaTek’s 5G solution in their laptops in early 2021. As a mass-market mobile chipset maker, MediaTek traditionally followed industry pioneers after a new wireless generation introduction. Consider the case with LTE; when the first chipsets arrived in 2010, MediaTek was focused on high volume 3G chipsets. Their contribution to the industry had been to democratize technology by producing lower cost chipsets to enable affordable devices.

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Mobile, Consumer & Connected Devices Semiconductors Mobile & Telecom
5G: Densification Will Lead to Higher 5G Revenues in Wireless Semis, Especially in the RFFE

5G is here and the ecosystem is coming together for an explosive technology transformation. In the past the consumer was the primary benefactor of each generational upgrade, but going forward, the enterprise is expected to reap the rewards of 5G and how these use cases will change the way we work and live coupling AI and 5G, collaborating with value chain players and converging technologies. However, densification and a true nationwide network is what will spur the ubiquity of 5G. As this transformation occurs, the revenues will increasingly shift into 5G supply chain.

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Mobile, Consumer & Connected Devices Semiconductors Mobile & Telecom
Competitive Landscaping Tool CLT - Quarterly Revenue - Wireless - Q2 2019

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Mobile, Consumer & Connected Devices Semiconductors
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