According to the Ericsson Mobility report, WCDMA/HSPA and LTE (3G and 4G) networks are expected to account for 65% of total subscriptions in India by 2021.
India's home-grown mobile phone giant Micromax is fast keeping up to pace with its toughest rival - China, but to realise its ambition to be in the top five global handset maker by 2020, it has to penetrate the rival's market.
The Avastar wireless connectivity combos allow Wi-Fi devices to support extended wireless coverage by intelligently linking and sharing data or audio/video in a daisy chain topology.
The PCI Express cores from Toshiba include standard-compliant, full-featured PCI Express 3.0/2.1/1.1 cores and high-performance, scatter-gather DMA cores and drivers (Linux & Windows).
India’s largest private bank gears up for a digital future by tapping into artificial intelligence, blockchain technology to ride the next wave of digital banking.
New software developed by University of Michigan engineers and inspired, in part, by a Batman movie, could give any smartphone the capacity to sense force or pressure on its screen or body.
Lattice's pASSPs combine programmable fabric and programmable I/O for customisation with high-performance MIPI D-PHY cores that can satisfy the demands of modern display and camera interface protocols.
ARM unveiled its processor test chip includes IP, EDA tools, design flow and methodology to enable new customer tape-outs on TSMC's most advanced FinFET process.
A team of engineers found that a MoS nanocavity can increase the amount of light that optoelectronic materials absorb, which could help manufacture more powerful, efficient and flexible devices.
CUI's PRD15 and PRD25 series devices feature input voltage up to 75VDC and target applications such as MCUs, datacom, telecom, remote sensor systems and portable electronics.