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Jack M. Germain
New Raspberry Pi Packs More Power
03/15/18 10:19 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 963 Words

Its 64-bit 1.4-GHz quad-core Broadcom Arm Cortex A53-architecture processor replaces the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B's 1.2-GHz CPU.

The Gigabit Ethernet boost (over USB) is nearly three times faster than the previous 100-MB speed.

The new processor provides improved heat...

Jack M. Germain
Endless OS Helps Tear Down Linux Wall
02/22/18 2:31 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 1518 Words

Wireless Cards: Most wireless cards from Intel and certain Atheros, Realtek and Broadcom devices supported by the brcm80211 or b43 driver should work. Devices requiring the wl driver are not supported. An alternative is to use a USB WiFi adapter.


Rob Enderle
Intel's Fake 5G Olympic Hail Mary
02/12/18 10:45 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1807 Words

This has many of us speculating that Apple is behind the Broadcom hostile acquisition, which is intended either to distract Qualcomm massively or to allow Broadcom to dismantle Qualcomm.

In the wireless world, Qualcomm is the 500-pound gorilla, and while Apple...

Jack M. Germain
WiFi Routers Riddled With Holes: Report
02/06/18 3:27 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 1482 Words

Then vendors have to get the SDK for the chipset from the chipset vendor (Intel, Qualcomm, Broadcom , etc.) and add their own Board Support Package utilities, which are the drivers for the chipset, to program the router and the tools used...

Katherine Noyes
Broadcom Sees the Linuxy Light at Last
01/13/11 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1314 Words

Specifically, after years of ill repute as one of the primary wireless chipmakers that didn't support Linux, Broadcom on Monday showed the community some love. Following its release of a key compatible driver last fall, the company has now gone whole-hog and joined...

Keith Regan
Broadcom Suit Accuses Qualcomm of Antitrust Tactics
07/05/05 11:09 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 698 Words

... a long-running battle over current and future wireless technology , Broadcom has filed suit against cell phone technology rival Qualcomm , saying that that company engaged in anti-competitive behavior in order to help its mobile voice and data standard gain traction. Broadcom...

ECT Business Desk
Scott McGregor To Take Over as Broadcom CEO
10/26/04 3:36 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 773 Words

... Broadcom today announced that its Board of Directors has named Scott A. McGregor as president and chief executive officer, effective January 3, 2005. McGregor, 48, will succeed current President and CEO Alan E. "Lanny" Ross, who will retire upon McGregor's arrival.


Richard Adhikari
Broadcom Sews Up $5B Deal for Brocade
11/03/16 10:22 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 655 Words

... manufacturer Broadcom on Wednesday announced that it would buy Brocade Communications, a major supplier of fiber channel storage area networking technology to data centers, for US$5.5 billion in cash and the assumption of Brocade's $400 million debt. That represents a 47 percent...

Katherine Noyes
Broadcom Claims First All-in-One 3G Chip
10/15/07 1:49 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 663 Words

... Broadcom announced on Monday a new, single-chip HSPA (high-speed packet access) processor that integrates multiple 3G cellular and mobile technologies on a single, low-power, 65 nanometer complementary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS) die. The "3G phone on a chip," which Broadcom says is...

Jay Lyman
Broadcom To Offer All-in-One WiFi Chip
09/08/03 2:45 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 560 Words

... decreasing space requirements and boosting power efficiency, Broadcom said its new, single-chip wireless solution marks a revolutionary breakthrough for the wireless industry and will make wireless local area networks (WLANs) less expensive and easier to build. Touting as much as 87 percent...

Jeff Meisner
AMD Aims to Shape Up by Unloading Digital TV Biz to Broadcom
08/25/08 11:07 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 523 Words

... Broadcom has agreed to acquire Advanced Micro Devices' digital television chip business for US$192.8 million. About 530 AMD employees will join Irvine, Calif.-based Broadcom as part of the deal, said AMD spokesperson Jo Albers. The transaction is expected to close sometime during...

Nora Macaluso
Broadcom Plunges on Q1 Warning
03/07/01 11:17 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 247 Words

... Broadcom (Nasdaq: BRCM) plunged US$4.88 to $43 in morning trading Wednesday, after the company warned that first-quarter results are likely to fall below expectations, as demand for its products slumped last month. "As the U.S. economy continues to slow, we, like others...

Keith Regan
Qualcomm Hustles to Counteract Broadcom Court Victory
01/02/08 11:13 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 621 Words

The mobile chip maker will appeal a judge's injunction barring it from selling products found to infringe on patents held by rival Broadcom . San Diego-based Qualcomm intends to push hard to finalize development of work-around alternatives to the disputed technology , but...

Keith Regan
Broadcom Chipsets Expand WiFi Coverage Areas
11/22/04 1:55 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 567 Words

... Broadcom has rolled out a new line of local area network (LAN) chipsets that it says can increase the range of existing WiFi networks by as much as 50 percent in both office and home settings. Broadcom said its Broadrange 54g chipsets...

Keith Regan
Qualcomm to Appeal to Bush to Dismiss Phone Ban
06/08/07 10:02 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 928 Words

... phone technology maker Qualcomm plans to ask the White House to step into a trade and patent dispute with rival Broadcom , hoping the Bush administration will overturn a trade ruling that could ban new models of third-general mobile phones containing the...

Keith Regan
Court Ruling Gives Qualcomm Breathing Room in Patent Struggle
09/13/07 9:58 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 772 Words

... U.S. appeals court has granted Qualcomm and a group of handset makers that use its chips a reprieve from a ban on the import of mobile phones containing technology found to have infringed on patents held by rival Broadcom . Qualcomm announced...

Katherine Noyes
White House Won't Reverse Qualcomm Chip Ban
08/07/07 11:54 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 894 Words

A 'Tricky' Case
The ITC's ban, issued in June as a result of repeated complaints from rival Broadcom that Qualcomm was infringing on its patents, prohibited any further import of new, 3G phone models containing chips made or designed by...

Erika Morphy
Qualcomm General Counsel Calls It Quits
08/14/07 4:00 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 400 Words

... few days after a federal judge doubled to US$39.3 million the damages Qualcomm would have to pay for infringing the patents of rival Broadcom , Lou Lupin gave up his posts as general counsel and executive vice president for the beleaguered firm.

Kimberly Hill
Verizon Sidesteps Phone Import Ban
07/20/07 2:34 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 509 Words

... communications service provider Verizon and semiconductor maker Broadcom have announced a licensing agreement allowing Verizon to sell a group of mobile devices currently in legal dispute. Under the licensing terms, Verizon will pay Broadcom US$200 million -- at increments of $6 per...

Keith Regan
ITC Rejects Qualcomm's Plea to Stay Chip Ban
06/22/07 1:11 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 710 Words

The order bars phones containing some Qualcomm chipsets from being imported into the United States and came after Qualcomm was found to have infringed on patents held by rival Broadcom .

The order does not extend to chips imported into the...

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