Stankey said that the experience of using the technology, which is called Passpoint and is being developed by Qulacomm, wouldn't be up to AT&T's standards if it was deployed to improve capacity in a residential area. He said that customers walking between houses in a neighborhood would plagued by intermittent connectivity and interference due to the complexities of Wi-Fi.
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Microsoft has joined the AllSeen Alliance, a Qualcomm-backed Internet of Things consortium. The software giant’s membership makes it a total of 51 companies in the group, including big names in electronics like LG, Sharp and Panasonic. AllSeen are working on a universal IoT standard based on Qualcomm’s AllJoyn open source code.
Ventev Wireless Infrastructure, a division of TESSCO Technologies Incorporated, today introduced three new TerraWave LTE-band Mobile Antennas that ensure cellular connectivity even in remote locations. These mobile antennas support 3G/LTE, SCADA, wireless backhaul and broadband communications for applications such as asset tracking/RFID and remote monitoring (M2M), fleet management and public safety.
The FSM90xx uses the same LTE functionality from the FSM99xx, its larger cousin announced last year and currently available. The new SoC is based on 28nm technology in order to drive down power consumption and total cost. The FSM99xx are expected to begin sampling during the second half of 2014.
NTT, Alcatel-Lucent and Fujitsu are to make a proof-of-concept demonstration of the Virtual Network Platform-as-a –service (VNPaaS) technology to the ETSI NFV ISG body in Japan. The demonstration, one of the outcomes from the collaborative study on NFV application, will be presented at the Bankoku Shinryokan Resort MICE Facility in Okinawa on May 14, 2014.
Qualcomm's fiscal second-quarter profits were up 5 percent annually to $1.9 billion, and the chip maker raised its non-GAPP earnings per share (EPS) guidance for the fiscal year on global growth in 3G and 4G smartphones. Still, that wasn't enough for Wall Street, as the company missed expectations, sending shares down over 4 percent in after-market trading to $77.45.
Qualcomm today announced the next in its Snapdragon lineage of chipsets, the 810 and 808. The new 64-bit LTE chipsets will begin sampling this quarter and are expected to see commercial release in early 2015. Both the 810 and 808 are Cat 6 LTE and support carrier aggregation up to 60 MHz (3 x 20 MHz), with Qualcomm promising speeds of up to 300 Mbps.
Sprint and Qualcomm over the weekend tested demonstrated the second phase of an over-the-air trial of an LTE TDD hyper-dense small cell network at the Phoenix International Raceway. The companies said the race was an ideal venue to test the technology, as the March Phoenix race hosts a large crowd. Small cells are favored among carrier network planners as a way to increase capacity in dense areas that see a lot of traffic.
Verizon Wireless is to deploy Alcatel-Lucent's data management platform throughout its network, helping to support the carrier's LTE expansion. The Alcatel-Lucent Subscriber Data Manager (SDM), part of the company's IMS Subsystem portfolio of technologies, will help support the expansion of Verizon's LTE services by centralizing multiple application databases.
Qualcomm today took the wraps off a pair of new 64-bit processors, the Snapdragon 610 and 615. Both the 610 and 615 support LTE and join the recently announced Snapdragon 410 in Qualcomm’s 64-bit portfolio. The 610 performed quad-core processing while the 615 houses an octo-core solution.
Verizon's recent demonstration of evolved Multimedia Broadcast and Multicast Service (eMBMS) ahead of the Super Bowl was really showcasing the tip of the iceberg for a technology that could significantly improve how content is delivered over today's wireless networks.
Ericsson and Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. successfully completed an inter-vendor interoperability testing of LTE Category 6, based on commercial LTE chipsets and infrastructure supporting Telstra's carrier aggregation bands. Final stages of testing were completed in collaboration with Telstra, whose LTE Advanced network in Australia is being readied for Category 6 commercial launch.
Qualcomm started its fiscal 2014 with both revenue and MSM chip shipments up. First quarter revenues hit $6.62 billion, up 10 percent annually. The mobile chip giant reported moving 213 million units during the quarter, marking a 17 percent annual increase. Device sales for the quarter reached $61.6 billion, a 16-percent annual increase, with 3G/4G device shipments totaling approximately 276 to 280 million units.
The portfolio consists of 1,400 granted and pending patents from the U.S. and another 1,000 from outside the company. The portfolio “covers technologies that include fundamental mobile operating system techniques,” according to a press release. The financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
Qualcomm Monday announced commercial availablity of its AllPlay technology, which it hopes will help enable wireless media streaming on more devices throughout the home. The AllPlay media platform was developed by the Qualcomm Connected Experiences division and features Atheros wireless technologies.
Qualcomm Friday announced that its board has unanimously voted to promote Steve Mollenkopf to CEO-elect, with his instatement effective March 4, 2014. Mollenkopf will relieve long-tiime CEO Dr. Paul Jacobs of his duties. Jacobs will remain a Qualcomm employ and executive chairman of the company's board.
Deutsche Telekom and Telematics provider Un-Blinking Technologies (a division of SkyTrace Inc.) have launched a vendor-independent machine-to-machine (M2M) solution for vehicles in the USA based on iCar. This telemetry solution creates an intelligent car with functionality tailored to the needs of both car dealers and their customers.
Qualcomm today reported that it's the focuse of an anti-monopoly investigation in China. According to a press release, China's National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) has commenced an investigation of Qualcomm relating to the Chinese Anti-Monopoly Law (AML).
Qualcomm Wednesday unveiled the next generation of its Snapdragon line of mobile chips. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor aims to support higher quality video than its predecessors. Specifically, the company says the Snapdragon 805 will support Ultra HD (4K) resolution, both on device and via Ultra HD TVs.
As promised Qualcomm making available its Toq smartwatch on Dec. 2 and will be charging $350 for the wearable. Toq’s highlight feature is its Mirasol display which is always on and performs better in sunlight than an LED. The device also takes advantage of WiPower LE charging and comes with charging tray that fits the watch and the Bluetooth earpieces.
Qualcomm Inc.'s net income increased 18 percent in its fiscal fourth quarter, helped by higher chip shipments. But the company's earnings still fell short of Wall Street's forecast, as did its outlook for the current period. Shares fell in after-hours trading Wednesday.
NEW YORK (AP) — Computerized wristwatches that display message alerts and weather updates are abound this holiday season: Consumer electronics companies are trying to persuade you to add these smartwatches to your shopping lists. Samsung and Sony have devices out, and Qualcomm has one coming before the holidays. Apple is believed to be making one, and a new report says Google is developing one, too.
A former senior executive at Qualcomm Inc. made nearly $250,000 in illegal profits from using inside information to buy stock in the wireless technology company and an acquisition target before major public announcements, according to an indictment unsealed Monday.
While Samsung grabbed most of the attention with its splashy Galaxy Gear unveiling this week, Qualcomm quietly took wraps off a wearable of its own at its annual Uplinq developer conference. Take a quick look at the Toq, which boasts 8 days of battery life. Is it possible Qualcomm could be a contender in the space?
Save for a few hints derived from FCC patents, there were few clues about Qualcomm’s smartwatch ambitions. So it surprised the crowd at Qualcomm’s Uplinq developer conference in San Diego when CEO Paul Jacobs rather casually unveiled Toq at the end of his keynote address, at almost precisely the same time Samsung was introducing Galaxy Gear.
SAN DIEGO - Qualcomm today introduced 2net Mobile, a new version of its mHealth platform designed to aggregate disparate medical data and health sensor information into one concentrated stream for access on mobile devices. The white-label Android software module will mimic the gateway functionality of the 2net Hub allowing secure access and transmission of health information.
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