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  • Francis Sideco | July 30, 2015
    As mentioned in the previous article in this series, there are multiple levels of carrier aggregation or CA which enable different categories of LTE user equipment (UE) capability. Typically, the higher the level of CA...
  • Antonios Maroulis | July 29, 2015
    Allowing Best Buy to stock the Apple Watch could expand Apple’s footprint to over 1200 retail locations. Best Buy has over 1000 stores in the United States, which is more than Apple’s 267 shops.. The initial agreement however only includes 300 stores in 2015. As a highly personal product with many strap options, potential customers...
  • Siyun Zeng | July 01, 2015
    Barclaycard, the UK card issuer of the Barclays banking group, is relaunching its bPay contactless payments system in July with three new NFC devices: an updated wristband, key fobs and stickers. The service allows users from any bank with a UK-registered Visa or Master debit or credit card to add money to a pre-paid account online, from its mobile app, or set up auto top-up. At launch, payments will be limited to £20 but will rise to £30 in September when UK limits are raised.


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Mobile Device Electronics Intelligence quantifies the market for all semiconductor and cellular technologies driven by the mobile device industry spanning devices to infrastructure. It includes detail on the available market by device shipment volume and revenues as well as semiconductor device type (i.e. logic ASSP/ASIC, memory, analog ASSP/ASIC, etc) consumed by each segment of the total wireless industry.
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  • Icon Senior Analyst, Mobile Devices & Networks
    Brad Shaffer works as a research analyst for the telecommunications team. Brad conducts research and analysis on the RF components market and continually tracks the competitive landscape of the greater wireless semiconductor market.
  • Icon Senior Analyst, Mobile Media, Mobile Devices & Networks
    Daniel Gleeson is leading the mobile team's coverage into mobile technology. His research encompasses handsets, smartphones, mobile broadband, mobile data traffic, mobile data revenue, spectrum and 4G.
  • Icon Senior Analyst, Mobile Devices & Networks
    Wayne Lam is a senior analyst with the wireless communications team and is responsible for research related to the market tracking, forecast and supply chain analysis of mobilized devices.

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