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Why Did Nokia Fail? – How Does It Make Money? Yuen Lo, Nov 2017
"Tl;dr, we know it was Apple and Google. But perhaps we can put it differently – did it have to be that way? Let’s jump back to 2007, right before the iPhone came out. Nokia had 40% market share of all phones. In comparison, right now Apple has 40% market share of US smartphones. Can you imagine them getting flattened just like Nokia?"

"I’m here to explain why, despite what you read on the internet, it was not just software and poor management that did for Nokia. It was Qualcomm and 3G."

"GSM was all about IP and to be a player in GSM handsets you had to have lots of patents. ...
And boy, if you didn’t have any patents, that would be a 15% royalty thank you very much."

"Qualcomm set the standard in the United States. So what did they do with it? They started making microchips. And they started licensing the technology."

"This was the market where Nokia got to 40% market share. They got there via great manufacturing, logistics and customer segmentation. But it was the standards and the IP that kept out new entrants."

"Back in 2000, state industrial policy looked like a massive winner. GSM had come to dominate everywhere except Japan and the United States. Because of these bigger volumes, manufacturers had more scale and the phones were cheaper."
Nokia  Qualcomm  business-models  History  IPR  GSM  CDMA 
8 weeks ago by pierredv
Qualcomm, Facebook, Google want new rules for 60 GHz | FierceWireless
"A group of companies including Qualcomm, Facebook, Google, Intel and Samsung have formed a 60 GHz Coexistence Study Group because they’re concerned about drones and other radar devices being used in the unlicensed 60 GHz spectrum."

"The group’s concern about use of the band was galvanized by two companies that are seeking waivers from the FCC to use the spectrum. Leica Geosystems has asked the FCC to allow the operation of its drones in the 60-64 GHz portion of the 60 GHz band. And Vayyar Imaging is seeking a waiver to allow its interactive motion sensing device to operate within 57-64 GHz."
FierceWireless  drones  UAS  Qualcomm  Facebook  Google  60GHz  unlicensed 
8 weeks ago by pierredv
IP Market Updates - May 21, 2019 - The Curse of the Lonely Patent; Winners & Losers
"... the “curse” of the lonely patent. Why a curse? Very simple; as good as the invention may be, there is simply no market for transacting single patents"

"... barring a few exceptions, all patents that eventually find a buyer are those that are infringed by at least one third party ... patents are a negative right (i.e. the right to exclude others) and they only gain in value in the hand of an owner who does not practice the invention itself when someone else does"

Winners & Losers:

"The big news this past month was the momentous settlement after their first day in court between Apple and Qualcomm, which will see Apple write a check for US $4.5 billion to its San Diego nemesis in order to settle owed royalties and other damages. While most have declared Qualcomm the clear winner of this patent war, it was not lost that during the fight where Apple essentially refused to pay Qualcomm money it has agreed to already through a licensing agreement, the chip company had to layoff over 1500 employees, many of whom were later hired by Apple… It was also reported that Apple internally praised Qualcomm’s chip technology while denigrating it publicly and that it even entered into other licensing deals with suppliers of inferior technology in order to bolster their argument that Qualcomm was asking too much for its chipsets."
IPR  Louis-Carbonneau  Apple  Qualcomm 
may 2019 by pierredv
Apple and Qualcomm’s blockbuster lawsuit starts Monday, here’s why it matters - The Verge apr 2019
"At the heart of the conflict is one core question: how much is Qualcomm’s technology worth? Apple claims that Qualcomm has demanded excessive fees to use its modems and patents, while Qualcomm asserts that Apple is using the legal system to try to get a good deal on its technology. It’s a critical question for the entire industry — you can’t make a modern smartphone without coming into contact with Qualcomm’s patents, so the outcome of these lawsuits could have an enormous effect on every company that manufactures phones, as well as Qualcomm’s bottom line. "

"When Qualcomm sells its modems, it’s not just selling hardware. It’s also selling a license that’s bound up with that hardware, part of an alleged “no license, no chips” policy. But Apple says that Qualcomm has been able to charge more for these patents than it should have because the company is also the dominant supplier of smartphone modems. If any manufacturer doesn’t agree to the license fees, Qualcomm has the power to cut them off from modems, too."
theVerge  Apple  Qualcomm  patents  IPR  litigation 
april 2019 by pierredv
Understanding 3GPP – starting with the basics | Qualcomm
This is a subtle, but important organizational clarification. 3GPP is an engineering organization that develops technical specifications. These technical specifications are then transposed into standards by the seven regional Standards Setting Organizations (SSOs) that form the 3GPP partnership (as seen below in Figure 2). The regional SSOs are also responsible for establishing and enforcing an Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) policy.
3GPP  Qualcomm  standards 
august 2017 by pierredv
Qualcomm Technologies releases LTE drone trial results | Qualcomm May 2017
"Today, we are pleased to present the results of the first the first* comprehensive, systematic study of cellular system performance in networks serving low-altitude (400 feet above ground level and below) drones. The analysis supports the viability of 4G LTE commercial mobile networks for drones operating beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) at 400 feet above ground level (AGL) and below."

https://www.qualcomm.com/documents/lte-unmanned-aircraft-systems-trial-report

"testing key performance indicators (KPIs) such as coverage, signal strength, throughput, latency, and mobility under various scenarios on commercial LTE networks."

"The field trial demonstrated that LTE networks can support safe drone operation in real-world environments. Our findings showed that existing commercial cellular networks can provide coverage to drones at low altitudes up to 400 feet AGL. Our test drones also showed seamless handovers between different base stations during flights. "
Qualcomm  drones  UAS  4G  LTE 
june 2017 by pierredv
Qualcomm finds Wi-Fi doesn’t share spectrum so well either | FierceWireless
Mingxi Fan, vice president of engineering at Qualcomm, said three brands of high-quality access points vary from 10 percent to 90 percent in sharing the link. That even goes for APs from the same vendor.

Fan said the culprits are the varying parameters used by different vendors for having devices dynamically adjust spectrum sharing. In some cases, that caused request-to-send messages from not getting through and devices weren’t able to listen and respond.
Qualcomm  Wi-Fi  coexistence  FierceWireless 
august 2016 by pierredv
Wi-Fi group claims ‘extraordinary compromise’ on LTE-U, but Qualcomm begs to differ | FierceWireless aug 2016
"The same day Wi-Fi proponents championed the compromises that were made to finalize the Wi-Fi Alliance’s coexistence test plan for LTE-U and Wi-Fi, Qualcomm, one of the biggest proponents for LTE-U, threw cold water all over those assertions."
FierceWireless  Wi-Fi  LTE-U  Qualcomm 
august 2016 by pierredv
Tech firms expect 5 GHz carrier aggregation deployments by 2017 — PolicyTracker: the spectrum management newsletter June 2016
"Nokia and Qualcomm have been testing MulteFire in Wi-Fi's home frequency and say deployment will take place next year. The system does not use licensed spectrum like licence-assisted access (LAA) and could play a role in launching 5G services, particularly for businesses."
“They don’t want Wi-Fi getting in there because that will imply a Broadcom chip, rather than a Qualcomm chip," [Peter White of the consultancy Rethink Technologies] said
PolicyTracker  LTE-U  Nokia  Qualcomm  MulteFire 
june 2016 by pierredv
Mobile Future pushes light regulatory touch in LTE-U proceeding - FierceWirelessTech Feb 2015
"As the Wi-Fi Alliance prepares to convene this week for its second workshop on LTE-U, Mobile Future is pushing for the FCC to continue using a light-touch regulatory policy when it comes to unlicensed spectrum. The group, whose members include AT&T (NYSE: T), Verizon Communications (NYSE: VZ) and Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM), submitted a report titled "The Importance of Permissionless Innovation in Unlicensed Bands," intended to offer a snapshot of 75 years of light-touch unlicensed spectrum policy that helped pave the way for a successful U.S. wireless industry."
FierceWireless  LTE-U  Verizon  AT&T  Qualcomm 
february 2016 by pierredv
Qualcomm, Deutsche Telekom complete test of LAA in Germany - FierceWirelessTech
"Qualcomm Technologies (NASDAQ:QCOM) and Deutsche Telekom (DT) announced the successful testing of LTE Licensed-Assisted Access (LAA) in Germany, but don't expect that to narrow the gap between the arrival of LAA and LTE-U in the U.S."
Qualcomm  DeutscheTelekom  LAA  LTE-U  FierceWireless 
february 2016 by pierredv
Launch press release - Evolve
"New Coalition Launches to Enhance the Consumer Wireless Experience & Encourage Mobile Innovation" "EVOLVE will promote the consumer benefits of unlicensed spectrum and new technologies for unlicensed spectrum like LTE-Unlicensed (LTE-U) and Licensed Assisted Access (LAA)." "The founding members include Competitive Carriers Association, CTIA – The Wireless Association, Alcatel-Lucent, AT&T, Qualcomm Incorporated, T-Mobile, and Verizon"
Evolve  LTE-U  unlicensed  Verizon  CTIA  Alcatel-Lucent  Qualcomm  T-Mobile  AT&T 
september 2015 by pierredv
Qualcomm, NCTA continue to battle over FCC regulation of LTE-U, LAA - FierceWirelessTech
"Representatives from Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM) and T-Mobile US (NYSE:TMUS) argued this week that the FCC should not step in to regulate LTE Unlicensed (LTE-U) and related technologies. At a CTIA-organized briefing for reports on Monday, Qualcomm and T-Mobile officials argued that LTE-U can coexist happily with Wi-Fi and that opponents of the technology had not marshalled sound technical reasons for opposing it. Meanwhile, the National Cable & Telecommunications Association, speaking for many cable companies that have their own Wi-Fi networks, hit back hard against Qualcomm. In an FCC filing made public on Wednesday, NCTA said that Qualcomm has not engaged in meaningful collaboration with the unlicensed community, and that its proposals thus far on LTE-U/Wi-Fi coexistence are not fair or equitable. "
FierceWireless  Qualcomm  NCTA  LTE-U  LAA  Wi-Fi 
july 2015 by pierredv
Qualcomm introduces MuLTEfire for unlicensed spectrum - FierceWirelessTech
Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM) relatively quietly introduced a standalone version of LTE Unlicensed (LTE-U) that it is developing, called MuLTEfire, which does not rely on any licensed spectrum. See https://www.qualcomm.com/news/onq/2015/06/11/introducing-multefire-lte-performance-wi-fi-simplicity
FierceWireless  Qualcomm  LTE-U 
june 2015 by pierredv
L-band to become available for Supplemental Mobile Downlink across Europe - PolicyTracker May 2015
"The UK is the first Member State to comply after the European Commission ruled that all states must make 1452 – 1492 MHz available within 6 months. The UK has decided to amend Qualcomm's L-band licence to allow it to be used for Supplemental Downlink. " "To allow the band to be used for SDL, Ofcom has also made some changes to the adjacent 1492 – 1517 MHz fixed links band, which is paired with spectrum in the range 1350 – 1375 MHz. Specifically, no new fixed links will be able to use a 2 x 6 MHz block of spectrum, as indicated in the diagram below. . . All new fixed links in the rest of the band will have to incorporate receiver filtering to ensure they are not subject to interference, and will have to ensure that their links do not cause interference to SDL services. "
receivers  receiver  filtering  receiver-filtering  PolicyTracker  Ofcom  Qualcomm  SDL  L-band 
june 2015 by pierredv
Qualcomm Brings LTE-U to Small Cells | Light Reading Feb 2015
"Qualcomm Inc. (Nasdaq: QCOM) announced its LTE-U roadmap ahead of Mobile World Congress, where it will be demoing how the technology can co-exist with WiFi without interference, a main concern of the WiFi camp. " ** "LTE-U is for release 10, 11 and 12, but it becomes LTE-LAA when release 13 is ratified. The inclusion of LBT is the differentiator." ** "... LTE-U brings about three main advantages: First is better propagation yielding better coverage and throughput. The range of an LTE-U small cell would largely mirror its licensed anchor, but Qualcomm says its tests show a 1.5 to two times larger radius for LTE-U downlink when compared to WiFi. Second, the operator only has to manage one network because WiFi is treated as just another band to aggregate under their licensed bands. Third, ... quality of service will be much higher than on WiFi alone."
Qualcomm  LTE-U  LightReading 
march 2015 by pierredv
LTE –U Forum Explores Technical Possibilities of LTE in Unlicensed Spectrum | Verizon News
"The LTE-U Forum -- formed in 2014 by Verizon in cooperation with Alcatel-Lucent; Ericsson; Qualcomm Technologies Inc., a subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated; and Samsung -- said today it has released its first technical report evaluating the use of LTE in unlicensed spectrum (LTE-U), an important step toward demonstrating how LTE-U can coexist with Wi-Fi and other technologies that share unlicensed spectrum."
LTE-U  Verizon  Qualcomm  Alcatel-Lucent  Ericsson  Samsung  x:Ericsson  LTE-U-Forum 
march 2015 by pierredv
Jury still out on reserving 2 x 3 MHz for M2M in 700 MHz band - PolicyTracker Feb 2015
"At a September 2014 meeting of an ECC (Electronic Communications Committee) sub-group that is trying to forge consensus on a future 700 MHz band plan, Ofcom submitted a proposal that sets out the rationale behind the initiative. According to the proposal, the downlink channel will be located in an accidentally occurring 3 MHz gap between the downlink channels in the 700 MHz, and 800 MHz bands (788–791 MHz). The uplink channel could be located in the 700 MHz band's large centre gap (733–736 MHz). . . Alternatively, the uplink channel could be located in the 800 MHz centre gap (829–832 MHz)."
ECC  IoT  M2M  LTE  700MHz  800MHz  Europe  Ofcom  Neul  Qualcomm  Ericsson  Nokia  PolicyTracker 
february 2015 by pierredv
Qualcomm, Gogo continue clash over in-flight spectrum rules - FierceWirelessTech Feb 2015
"It's been years in the making, and Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM) continues to urge the FCC to issue a Report and Order establishing the Next Generation Air-Ground service in the 14.0-14.5 GHz band "as soon as possible," according to an FCC filing. There's just one problem: Gogo."
Qualcomm  Gogo  14GHz  air-ground  satellite  aviation  SIA  FierceWireless 
february 2015 by pierredv
Google, Qualcomm at odds over 600 MHz - FierceWirelessTech
analysis of filings on FCC's proposed rule changes for unlicensed operations in the television bands, repurposed 600 MHz band, 600 MHz guard bands and duplex gap and Channel 37; links to filings
FierceWireless  Google  Qualcomm  Broadcom  600MHz  guardbands  duplex  gap  NPRM  rulemaking  FCC 
february 2015 by pierredv
Qualcomm exec: MU-MIMO, 802.11ad, smart gateway show maturation of Wi-Fi - FierceWirelessTech
Qualcomm and other Wi-Fi vendors are bringing technologies from the cellular space like MIMO and OFDMA into the Wi-Fi industry to make Wi-Fi connections more reliable and efficient. . . [Todd Antes, vice president of product management at Qualcomm Atheros] "said that the company is now offering "multi-user" MIMO technology in Wi-Fi, dubbed MU-MIMO" "Qualcomm is also showing off its 802.11ad technology, which works in the 60 GHz band and is based on Qualcomm's acquisition of Wilocity last year ... Qualcomm is sampling 802.11ad chips now and expects products with the chips to be released next year."
Qualcomm  Wi-Fi  MU-MIMO  802.11ad  MIMO  60GHz 
january 2015 by pierredv
GSM Evolution can benefit from GSM 900 MHz installed base - PolicyTracker Nov 2014
"There are several pieces of work being studied for the Internet of Things (IoT) within the cellular standardisation body, the 3GPP. A few months ago, PolicyTracker reported on competition between the LTE-M approach, which is now a work item in 3GPP TSG RAN, and the "clean slate" approaches to IoT, which are currently being studied in 3GPP's GERAN specification group." "In order to become a 3GPP standard, an initiative has to graduate from being a study item to a work item. Traditionally, 3GPP requires four companies to support an initiative for it to become a work item. PolicyTracker understands that Nokia Networks supports GSM Evolution but is focussing its cellular IoT efforts on the LTE-M programme. Whether GSM Evolution can become a work item in time for 3GPP Release 13 is unclear." "There was consolidation among advocates for a clean slate approach to the IoT in September as telecoms giant Huawei acquired UK-based Neul for a sum that PolicyTracker understands to be in the r"
OtT  GSM  Ericsson  900MHz  LTE-M  3GPP  GERAN  Nokia  Qualcomm  Neul  Huawei 
november 2014 by pierredv
Qualcomm secures 60 GHz WiGig beachhead with Wilocity acquisition - FierceWirelessTech
"Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM) confirmed its acquisition of WiGig chipmaker Wilocity, a move designed to enable Qualcomm to easily integrate WiGig into its mobile platforms and secure the vendor's role in wireless streaming of 4K video and high-throughput peer-to-peer communications for mobile, computing and networking devices... Qualcomm Atheros, Qualcomm's Wi-Fi chip business, began investing in Wilocity in 2008, and the companies have worked closely on tri-band solutions for the computing market since 2011. Dell has been using the solutions in a laptop computer and accompanying dock. .. Qualcomm also announced that its Qualcomm Atheros subsidiary is releasing a tri-band Wi-Fi and WiGig reference design based on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor, the world's first mobile platform to support tri-band wireless"
Wilocity  Qualcomm  Atheros  60GHz  Wi-Fi  WiGig  FierceWireless 
july 2014 by pierredv
Qualcomm's unlicensed LTE could crush carrier Wi-Fi's momentum - FierceWirelessTech
"Qualcomm's (NASDAQ:QCOM) recently announced push to see LTE services deployed on unlicensed spectrum raises lots of questions, chief of which is how this might impact the carrier Wi-Fi market."
Qualcomm  LTE  Wi-Fi  unlicensed  FierceWireless 
february 2014 by pierredv
Qualcomm wants LTE deployed on unlicensed spectrum - FierceWireless
Quotes: Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM) is interested in exploring the possibility of deploying LTE services on unlicensed spectrum, according to CEO Paul Jacobs. According to Electronics Weekly, Jacobs explained the reasons behind the move: "We paid for that very sophisticated LTE receiver in the devices, it's a better receiver than the receiver that's been used for Wi-Fi. That means you get better capacity and better coverage out of an LTE unlicensed deployment." It's unclear which bands could be used for unlicensed LTE services. One that has been bandied about is the 3.5 GHz band, which is being eyed for small cells in the United States.
Qualcomm  LTE  unlicensed  3.5GHz 
december 2013 by pierredv
Qualcomm: Service providers demanding 802.11ac in new Wi-Fi gateways - FierceBroadbandWireless aug 2013
"The 802.11ac Wi-Fi standard is gaining momentum as service providers demand inclusion of the technology in the network products they buy and compatible client devices roll out to the mass market, according to a Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM) executive." They would talk it up, wouldn't they... "Greg Ennis, the Wi-Fi Alliance's technical director, told FierceBroadbandWireless in June that 802.11ac is expected to be widely adopted by handset vendors, and this will, in turn, drive adoption in Wi-Fi routers used by hotspot providers." ditto.
Wi-Fi  Alliance  802.11ac  Wi-Fi  Qualcomm  FierceWireless 
august 2013 by pierredv
Satellite industry opposes Qualcomm's proposed in-flight mobile broadband service — PolicyTracker: the spectrum management newsletter
"The US regulator is considering a Qualcomm request for a passenger in-flight mobile broadband service in the 14.0-14.5 GHz band. US satellite operators are opposed to the proposal, which could also have implications for European operators." "The new service would operate in the 14.0-14.5 GHz band on a secondary, non-interference basis for fixed satellite service (FSS) earth-to-space communications. The key to such sharing is spatial diversity, with FSS earth station antennas oriented to the south and above the horizon, air-ground mobile broadband base stations pointing to the north, and air-ground mobile broadband aircraft stations oriented below the horizon, the NPRM said. Air-ground mobile broadband services would have to protect primary FSS in the band from harmful interference, and also accommodate other federal and non-federal users."
satellite  Ku-band  SIA  14GHz  interference  PolicyTracker  Qualcomm  air-ground 
june 2013 by pierredv
Qualcomm rejects accusations of spectrum hoarding — PolicyTracker: the spectrum management newsletter
"Qualcomm could be in line for a significant profit as its 40 MHz of 1.4 GHz L-Band spectrum, purchased relatively cheaply in a 2008 UK auction, is approved and deployed for supplemental mobile downlinks (SDL)."
harmonization  ECC  PolicyTracker  MediaFLO  L-band  CEPT  Ofcom  Qualcomm  SDL 
may 2013 by pierredv
Qualcomm plan for 500 MHz of in-flight broadband spectrum wins initial FCC nod - FierceBroadbandWireless May 2013
"The FCC unanimously opened for public comment a proposed rulemaking that could result in the auction of 500 MHz of spectrum for a high-speed air-to-ground (ATG) broadband service championed by Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM). However, the spectrum would be shared with incumbent users, including fixed satellite services and certain U.S. government agencies. The FCC said the proposed terrestrial-based ATG-based in-flight broadband service would use spectrum in the 14.0-14.5 GHz band to provide multi-gigabit broadband connectivity for passengers on aircraft flying within the contiguous United States."
satellite  wireless  NPRM  broadband  FCC  Qualcomm  FierceWireless 
may 2013 by pierredv
Plan to boost in-flight Internet could wreak havoc on satellite networks | Ars Technica
" Federal Communications Commission (FCC) next Thursday will consider a plan to beam Internet signals up to airplanes from 150 ground stations operating in a spectrum band already used by satellites. Qualcomm has proposed such a service in the 14.0-14.5GHz band but faces opposition from the satellite industry, which says the service is unnecessary and would interfere with satellite transmissions."
aviation  satellite  interference  Qualcomm 
may 2013 by pierredv
Qualcomm: Your in-home small cell may be opened to the public - FierceBroadbandWireless
"Instead of restricting use of those femtocells to certain customers, Qualcomm envisions broadening access. "A little bit of that signal leaks outside and starts to provide little pieces of coverage outdoors. And if enough of it is happening indoors, then pretty soon you end up with pretty good outdoor coverage," said Grob, who was quoted by CIO."
small-cells  outdoor  coverage  Qualcomm  FierceWireless 
may 2013 by pierredv
LTE TDD – The Global Solution for Unpaired Spectrum = Qualcomm
slide deck via Chuck Jackson
"LTE TDD has witnessed a strong support from the industry. Many major operators in China and India are planning trials. All major vendors have indicated their support for the technology as well. LTE TDD, just like LTE FDD, augments the data capacity of underlying 3G networks and their evolutions. LTE TDD leverages the large 3G ecosystem as well as the rapidly expanding LTE FDD traction. Qualcomm with its industry’s first 3G/LTE multimode chipsets that support both LTE FDD and LTE TDD, is in a unique position to help operators in their LTE deployments. With all these benefits, truly, LTE TDD is indeed the global choice for unpaired spectrum"
LTE  TDD  Qualcomm  spectrum  technology 
march 2012 by pierredv
Atheros: 5, not 60 GHz is real future of Wi-Fi
"The emerging IEEE 802.11ac standard for delivering gigabit/speeds over 5 GHz represents the future of mainstream Wi-Fi, said William McFarland, vice president of technology for the Wi-Fi division of the cellular chip maker [Qualcomm Atheros]. The .11ad 60 GHz standard will play a complementary but more limited role, and beyond that the future is unclear, he said."
Wi-Fi  qualcomm  802.11ac  802.11ad  5GHz  60GHz  x:eetimes 
march 2012 by pierredv
AT&T gains approval for Qualcomm spectrum buy | | Mobile Technology | Wireless Broadband | Wireless Carriers | RCR U.S. Wireless NewsMobile Technology | Wireless Broadband | Wireless Carriers | RCR U.S. Wireless News
The Qualcomm deal calls for AT&T to pick up 6 megahertz of nationwide, 700 MHz unpaired spectrum (D-Block) and 6 megahertz of unpaired 700 MHz spectrum (E-Block) covering approximately 70 million potential customers for $1.925 billion. Qualcomm had originally spent $558 million for those licenses during the 700 MHz auction.
cellular  USA  spectrum  markets  UHF  Qualcomm  AT&T 
december 2011 by pierredv
AllJoyn - Proximity-based peer-to-peer technology
"AllJoyn™ is a peer-to-peer technology that enables ad hoc, proximity-based, device-to-device communication without the use of an intermediary server"
Via Ranveer Chandra
qualcomm  p2p  networking  mobile 
may 2011 by pierredv
Gobi™, Qualcomm Gobi™, QCT Gobi™ - QCTConnect.com
"With Gobi, the notebook computer becomes the unifying agent between the different high speed wireless networking technologies deployed around the world and that means freedom from having to locate hotspots, more choice in carrier networks, and, ultimately, freedom to Gobi where you want without fear of losing connectivity"
wireless  mobile  qualcomm 
march 2009 by pierredv

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