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January 31, 2014
05:22 EDTERIC, QCOMEricsson, Qualcomm complete inter-vendor LTE Category 6 interoperability testing
Ericsson (ERIC) and Qualcomm Technologies, a wholly owned subsidiary of Qualcomm (QCOM), successfully completed the world's first 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. LTE Category 6 offers much higher potential data speeds than Category 4, which peaks at 150Mbps.
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January 22, 2015
11:32 EDTERICF5 Networks plummets after Q2 outlook trails estimates
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08:02 EDTQCOMImpact to Qualcomm of Galaxy loss would be relatively small, says Bernstein
After Bloomberg reported that Samsung would not use Qualcomm's chip for the upcoming Galaxy S 6, Bernstein estimates that Qualcomm's EPS would only be negatively impacted by 2%-8% if its chip is not included in the devices. The firm says that other licensing headwinds will have more of an impact on Qualcomm. It keeps a $70 price target and Market Perform rating on the stock.
January 21, 2015
11:22 EDTQCOMAnalyst disputes report of Qualcomm troubles with Samsung
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09:46 EDTQCOMSamsung unlikely to switch from Qualcomm in all Galaxy S6, says Cowen
Cowen doubts that Samsung (SSNLF) is ready to switch away from Qualcomm (QCOM) components to a whole new chip system for its Galaxy S6 phone, as implied by a Bloomberg report, and believes instead that the phone maker will launch the Galaxy S6 in Korea with its own chips and slightly delay the phone elsewhere while Qualcomm works through its issues. The firm, which also thinks Qualcomm has already solved the reported heating problem with the Snapdragon 810, maintains its Outperform rating and $79 price target on Qualcomm.
09:44 EDTQCOMQualcomm slips on reports its chips won't be used in new Galaxy phone
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09:37 EDTQCOMQualcomm shares defended at Credit Suisse
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08:13 EDTQCOMQualcomm slides after reportedly being dropped from Galaxy phone
Samsung Electronics (SSNLF), which is trying to become more self-sufficient and give a boost to its own processor-making unit, will reportedly drop Qualcomm’s (QCOM) Snapdragon chip in favor of its own microprocessors in the next Galaxy S smartphone, according to a report from Bloomberg that cited people with direct knowledge of the matter. Shares of Qualcomm are down 2.7% to $70.50 in pre-market trading following the Bloomberg report.
05:53 EDTQCOMStocks with implied volatility movement; IBM QCOM
Stocks with implied volatility movement; IBM (IBM) 27, Qualcomm (QCOM) 33 according to iVolatility.
05:53 EDTQCOMSamsung drops Qualcomm chip from next Galaxy smartphone, Bloomberg reports
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January 16, 2015
10:01 EDTQCOMOn The Fly: Analyst Downgrade Summary
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08:24 EDTQCOMQualcomm downgraded to Hold from Buy at Drexel Hamilton
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06:03 EDTQCOMQualcomm Snapdragon 810 scheduled for product launches, DigiTimes reports
Although Qualcomm's Snapdragon 810 has been rumored to have defects and unstable mass production, DigiTimes Research says the product has already entered mass production. The AP may still have some defects, but they have not stopped vendors from adopting it into their products. Reference Link
January 15, 2015
13:07 EDTERICNetworking trends seen as boon for Cisco, others
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07:02 EDTERICTrends positive for data networking names, says Bernstein
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06:17 EDTERICVodafone CTO Steve Pusey to retire, Johan Wibergh appointed as successor
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06:14 EDTQCOMSamsung may dump Qualcomm chip in Galaxy S6 for own processor, DigiTimes says
Samsung (SSNLF) may dump Qualcomm's (QCOM) Snapdragon 810 processor for use in its next-generation Galaxy S smartphone in favor of its own Exynos-series chip, reports DigiTimes. According to other industry sources, Samsung's Galaxy S6 may have two versions using either Qualcomm's Snapdragon processors or Samsung's own Exynos chips. Reference Link
06:12 EDTQCOMTSMC sales likely to disappoint in Q2, DigiTimes reports
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January 14, 2015
06:04 EDTQCOMQualcomm implied volatility of 34 at upper end of index mean range
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05:49 EDTERICApple sues Ericsson over patent royalty rates, Bloomberg says
Apple (AAPL) filed a lawsuit against Ericsson (ERIC) in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, stating that Ericsson's royalty rates are excessive and its patents are not essential to LTE standards, reports Bloomberg. Reference Link
05:28 EDTERICEricsson files complaint against Apple in U.S. District Court
Following Apple's (AAPL) action, Ericsson (ERIC) has filed a complaint in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas requesting a ruling on Ericsson's proposed global licensing fees with Apple. During the past two years of negotiations, the companies have not been able to reach an agreement on licensing of Ericsson's patents that enable Apple's mobile devices to connect with the world and power many of their applications. Ericsson filed the suit in order to receive an independent assessment on whether Ericsson's global licensing offer complies with Ericsson's fair, reasonable, and non-discriminatory, or FRAND, commitment. The global license agreement between Ericsson and Apple for mobile technology has expired and Apple has declined to take a new license on offered FRAND terms. Ericsson's Q4 IPR revenue will include payment from Apple under previous agreement. Every Apple smartphone and tablet with cellular capability uses technology from Ericsson. On January 12, Apple filed a lawsuit asking the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California to find that it does not infringe a small subset of Ericsson's patents.
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