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  • wallisweaver wallisweaver Apr 3, 2013 6:05 PM Flag

    Intel's LTE Will Expand Its Market Share

    Interesting article by Gregory Stuckey with a lot of details on LTE. Check out the whole thing. Here's an excerpt:

    So the real question is how does having this LTE capability help drive revenue growth for Intel. Simply put, it opens more of the market to Intel to compete in. Intel having "the smallest and lowest power solutions" for LTE that earned top honors from the Signal's Research Group will power sales in the mid-range smartphone segment. In 2013, I expect Intel to sell chipsets for up to 60 million units due to its presence in several devices aimed at the emerging markets. This LTE capability should create more design wins for Intel. The smartphone market is expected to reach over 900 units in 2013 and with Intel's LTE solution, support for the Android OS, and next generation processor due out in the second half of the year, the design wins could lead to another 10-15% in units for this year. 2014 is the year I expect Intel to shine in the smartphone market and I would not be surprised to see Intel capture close to 20% or more of the market which could be conservatively 200 million units. Assuming an average price for the chipset of 15, more if including the optional LTE baseband chip, that would equate to approximately $3 billion in revenue from smartphones in 2014.

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    • "2014 is the year I expect Intel to shine in the smartphone market and I would not be surprised to see Intel capture close to 20% or more of the market which could be conservatively 200 million units."

      20% market share of mobile in 2014? That's huge!

 
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