Qualcomm debuts new device and network chipsets at MWC 2022 that promise to deliver increased 5G performance, responsiveness, coverage, and energy efficiency across the 5G ecosystem. Futurum analysts Ron Westfall and Shelly Kramer assess why Qualcomm’s new portfolio offerings could deliver game changing innovation across the 5G ecosystem and further validates its credibility as a vital enabler of accelerating 5G builds and expanding 5G global adoption.
Qualcomm and HPE team up to provide virtual distributed unit technology aimed at lowering operator TCO costs and streamlining vRAN/Open RAN deployments. Futurum’s Ron Westfall explores how the collaboration between Qualcomm and HPE provides the technical differentiators, business relations, and ecosystem influence to help spur Open RAN adoption and put competitive pressure on rivals to up their TCO returns across their RAN portfolios.
Qualcomm stock rose more than 6% at one point in extended trading Wednesday after the company reported its fiscal fourth-quarter earnings, which exceeded analyst expectations. Futurum’s principal analyst Daniel Newman dives into the results and expectations for Q1.
Qualcomm and Capgemini expand their alliance to boost 5G private network capabilities for industries including providing broader interworking assurances, boosting performance, and easing implementations. Futurum’s Ron Westfall assesses why Qualcomm and Capgemini strengthen their competitive foundation to take advantage of burgeoning 5G private network demand and meeting the distinct use case requirements of industry verticals.
Qualcomm announces a change in CEO and positions the company for massive revenue and profit growth as the chip maker diversifies.
Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 480 5G Mobile Platform expands the company’s portfolio in the budget tier, offering price points at mid- and high-tier levels that seem pretty certain to expand its market share ahead of competitors. This is a smart business strategy for a chipmaker looking to leverage 5G early to accelerate revenue growth with minimal friction from competitors. It’s also a smart ecosystem strategy, as Qualcomm can use this opportunity to prove to handset makers that it can become their single source of 5G mobile SOCs at every price point.
The technology industry has been a bright spot for the global economic recovery from the effects of the coronavirus lockdowns.
Qualcomm had a blowout quarter as the company is seeing the strength of 5G, diversified business, and the end of ongoing regulatory disputes.
Qualcomm has announced updates to its popular Snapdragon 865 platform upgrading connectivity, CPU, GPU as 5G continues to grow across the globe.
Qualcomm exceeded the expectations of the market both on revenue and earnings despite the challenging climate created by the global pandemic.
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