Texas Instruments throws in the towel on OMAP, to limit work on smartphone and tablet chips
0. phoneArena 26 Sep 2012, 03:27 posted on
Texas Instruments has been under investor pressure lately to give up its mobile chips program that culminates with the ARM-based OMAP processor family. It was consuming so much money and human resources, they said, without gaining much traction against a juggernaut like Qualcomm, which packages its Snapdragons with LTE radio for a complete solution, preferred by most customers...
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