SCOTTSDALE, Ariz.--((www.in-stat.com) reports that the new generation of data-centric mobile devices, such as smartphones, netbooks, and tablets, is already straining existing 3G networks, and despite these market and technical hurdles baseband modem integration into mobile devices will reach 2 billion by 2014. In-Stat also projects the following:)--The road to advance 4G wireless technologies is challenged by multiple wireless standards, limited availability of spectrum, constricting business models, as well as a host of other market and industry issues. In-Stat
Recent In-Stat Research, New Baseband Solutions Fuel Mobile Broadband Devices, examines technical and market dynamics surrounding the integration of baseband modems in mobile devices and provides an overview of some of the key merchant market semiconductor vendors. The report also includes:
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