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LTE handset shipments expected to soar to nearly 680 million in 2015

 ABI Research estimates that 676 million 4G LTE handsets will be shipped in 2015, growing 204 million units from 2014. Furthermore, ABI Research estimates that the total number of LTE connected devices shipped worldwide will exceed 1.89 billion units by end 2019, demonstrating the need for infrastructure and spectrum to support the stellar growth in the industry. 


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Fitness devices to dominate wearables market until 2018

A new report by Juniper Research has found that fitness wearables in-use will almost treble by 2018, compared to an estimated 19 million in-use devices this year. Juniper expects fitness to remain the dominant wearables segment until that time, driven by intuitive use cases and lower retail prices.


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Tech-X wins HPC Innovation Excellence Award for large scale modeling of fusion devices

International Data Corp. announced that Tech-X Corp. is a winner of the Innovation Excellence Award for the Outstanding Application of HPC Computing for Business and Scientific Achievements.


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Installed base of 802.15.4-enabled devices to exceed 2 billion by 2019

The installed base for 802.15.4-enabled devices is forecast to increase almost fivefold over the next 5 years, rising from just under 425 million to over 2.1 billion in 2019, findsABI Research.


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Keysight Technologies to demonstrate at CSICS

 Keysight Technologies Inc. announced it will demonstrate its latest RF circuit, system and 3D electromagnetic design and simulation solutions at the Compound Semiconductor IC Symposium (CSICS 2014), Hyatt Regency La Jolla at Aventine, San Diego, California, Oct. 19-22. Keysight EEsof EDA is a silver-level sponsor of the event. 


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Analog Devices introduces a dual 16-bit D/A converter

 Analog Devices Inc., the world's data converter market share leader, introduced today an industry first 2.8-GSPS dual 16-bit converter for telecommunications system manufacturers that require microwave frequencies in point-to-point wireless backhaul equipment. The 16-bit AD9136 and 11-bit AD9135 dual D/A converters achieve up to 70 percent higher signal bandwidth than competing devices while enabling designers to support emerging E-band (71-76 GHz and 81-86 GHz) frequencies being adopted by wireless carriers to support steadily increasing demand for high-speed mobile voice and data transfers.  


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API Technologies introduces night vision device test set

Aerospace & Defense

 API Technologies Corp. now offers a Night Vision Device (NVD) test set that helps military personnel determine the quality of function of standard Gen II and Gen III night vision devices. 


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Microsemi Corp. completes acquisition of Centellax

 Microsemi Corp., a leading provider of semiconductor solutions differentiated by power, security, reliability and performance, announced CNT Acquisition Corp., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Microsemi, successfully completed the acquisition of Centellax


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Anritsu and EXPWAY partner to create test solution supporting eMBMS

Test & Measurement

 Anritsu Co. announces a cost-effective end-to-end solution for testing devices and chipsets supporting enhanced Multicast Broadcast Multimedia Service (eMBMS) for LTE Broadcast that incorporates EXPWAY’s e-Cast™ Broadcast Multicast Service Center server with the Anritsu MD8430A signaling tester and Rapid Test Designer.  


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The Internet of Things will drive wireless connected devices to 40.9 billion in 2020

 According to an updated market forecast from ABI Research, the installed base of active wireless connected devices will exceed 16 billion in 2014, about 20 percent more than in 2013. The number of devices will more than double from the current level, with 40.9 billion forecasted for 2020. 


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