The Cambridge Consultants Innovation Day 2017 addressed how insightful design, smarter products and digital services are transforming business with keynote sessions and seminars given by their experts and customers. The day started off with CEO Eric Wilkinson discussing how Cambridge Consultants (CC) is investing in digital services, virtual reality, artificial intelligence and synthetic biology.
Yole Developpment just reported that between 2017 and 2022, an 8% CAGR is expected for acoustic wave filters. The market is dominated by historical players with a strong international position that has a big barrier to entry. They also reported that acoustic wave filter patenting activity was very high between 2000 and 2006 but since then, it has progressively decreasing reaching a plateau in 2010.
Early this year, T-Mobile identified 1 million square miles where the 600 MHz spectrum is available for deployment and acquired 35 MHz of contiguous uplink spectrum between 663-698 MHz and corresponding 35 MHz of downlink spectrum between 617-652 MHz. See how Qorvo and Qualcomm are meeting the demand for this band.
Horizon House Publications and Microwave Journal announce that their annual RF/microwave, EMC/EMI and high-speed digital Electronic Design Conference and exhibition, EDI CON, is expanding into the U.S. market after three successful events in Beijing, China.
We are putting the finishing touches on our Flagship IMS April issue--your comprehensive guide to the Microwave Week in Phoenix! The issue will be distributed in the delegate bags and will also be available at the Microwave Journal Booth #2331. The cover feature chronicles the rise of Motorola in Phoenix, including the history, culture and successful spin-offs that helped shape the high tech industry in the area. It is a very interesting story written by a Motorola/Freescale insider, Leonard Pelletier (aka RF Leonard). The issue will also cover the IMS conferences, exhibition and special sessions as well as technical features about many new developments in the industry.