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Why is Apple buying Intel mobile modem business: Let the experts explain
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Dhaka, July 27 -- Apple's acquisition of Intel's mobile modem business is a step towards its goals to make its "own integrated baseband processor" and be less dependent on third-party suppliers, experts suggested, reports The Indian Express.
"This deal will accelerate Apple's long-existing plans to shift from its own SoC (system-on-a-chip) that includes its discrete application processor and a third party's discrete cellular baseband processor to an integrated baseband processor in its SoC," Phil Solis, Research Director, for Connectivity and Smartphone Semiconductors at IDC (International Data Corporation) said in an email correspondence with indianexpress.com.
On Thursday, Apple confirmed that it was acquiring Intel's mobile modem bus...
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