First News Briefs for January 10, 2013
Sandvine, a provider of network policy control solutions for fixed and mobile operators, today reported $27.5 million in revenue for its fourth quarter of 2012, non-IFRS income of $6.9 million and net income of $6.5 million. During the quarter the company recorded a one-time, $3.8 million reduction in operating expenses for Ontario government funding related to its ongoing project under the Next Generation of Jobs Fund.
TP-LINK today announced its new 3G Mobile Wi-Fi M5350, designed to provide high-speed Internet access anywhere you go. It combines the mobility of 3G broadband connections using its internal 3G modem with the flexibility of Wireless 802.11n, powered using a high-capacity 2000mAh internal rechargeable battery.
Motorola Solutions, Inc. will be showcasing its latest retail solutions and innovations at the 102nd National Retail Federation (NRF) Annual Convention & EXPO on Jan. 13-16, 2013 at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York City. Among the new products debuting is Motorola's CC Series (customer concierge), part of its Connected Shopper suite. It will offer in-aisle product and online search capabilities along with video and audio chat functionality.
Semtech Corporation, a supplier of analog and mixed-signal semiconductors, today expanded its RFIC transceiver platform with the new SX1235, a sub-GHz RF transceiver that provides ETSI category 1 compliance with 6 dB regulatory margin.
Orca Systems, Inc., a fabless RF semiconductor company, announced that Onida, an Indian consumer electronics manufacturer, has selected Orca’s ORC5305 silicon tuner for its next generation LED televisions. The ORC5305 is a single-chip, CMOS-based, hybrid TV tuner that can receive both analog and digital signals from either terrestrial or cable networks.