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Frank Morese, vice president, Wireless Connectivity Business Unit, RFMD, said, "RFMD's Bluetooth solutions continue to gain traction in the high-volume market for cellular handsets.
The speed with which we have reached over 100 million chips shipped, indicates the strength of demand for Bluetooth in the global market," added Glenn Collinson, sales director and co-founder of CSR.
Representatives from companies involved in the new Bluetooth standard with UWB will be able to discuss this new standard in an open forum and then find neutral territory in the form of the UnPlugFest events to test their products and ensure interoperability and coexistence, prior to final testing and qualification.
Not only does Clarity give us access to leading customers in the US automotive sector but its patented software will give us a key competitive advantage in audio, which we believe will continue to be the largest Bluetooth application into the future.
No surprise then that digital set-top receiver manufacturer Broadcom offered $440 million in June to buy Innovent Systems, which makes microprocessors for Bluetooth products.
CSR is the leading global provider of Bluetooth technology and has developed expertise in other single-chip wireless communication standards such as Wi-Fi (IEEE802.
Two of BlueAnt's most popular hands-free Bluetooth peripherals in Australia are now available to consumers and business users across the United States: the X3 Micro Bluetooth headset and the Supertooth II Bluetooth speakerphone.
BlueCore features in over 50 per cent of all Bluetooth devices shipped and over 60 per cent of all qualified Bluetooth enabled products and modules listed on the Bluetooth website with industry leaders including Nokia, Dell, Panasonic, Sharp, Motorola, IBM, Apple, NEC, Toshiba, RIM and Sony using BlueCore devices in their range of Bluetooth products.
Wi-Fi devices demonstrate the first move towards this trend and it is therefore increasingly critical that the Bluetooth radio within the handset offers robust connectivity without interfering with the other radio signals.
Many of CSR's technological steps have since been adopted by the wider industry: CSR first demonstrated that RF could be implemented in a CMOS process and subsequently demonstrated the clear advantages of embedding all of the Bluetooth system into a single-chip.
Fractus offers a variety of solutions for short-range wireless communications within all mobile devices covering the Zigbee, GPS, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and UMTS standards.
The development of Bluetooth products experienced a big setback from the intense attention in market at the beginning to market slump afterwards.