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Qualcomm Putting Some Apple in Snapdragon!?
"Will you know that. Apple's been making a lot of progress with the silicon products. Put out and most. Recently people were talking about the m. One the mobile chip for laptops. And it'll probably make its way into desktop computers. They're pro stuff eventually some version of it they'll throw in exxon it number in there whatever. It is a bunch more course. So that's been the most recent thing that people have been talking about is kind of the performance. They've been able to achieve for a company that's so fresh to that market. But they're not really that fresh because they've been doing big things in the mobile processor department for a really long time with a series lineup culminating in the most recent version world away in a fourteen. Yes iphone twelve. Twelve pro Ipad air right has a version of that doesn't it. They put a different name on it. When it goes in the ipad honestly can't remember. Did they put an x. Or something huts in the okay. It appears to fourth generation ipad. Air as well okay. So anyways look. They're doing big things to the point. Where if you check the benchmarks. If you're one of these people apple just been crushing it for a really long time now. This doesn't always equate to being the fastest device. Interact with it. It really depends on the use case. Scenario and benchmarks are benchmarks. Take it for what it is but it does mean something. It means that that apple is doing big things in that department with the those engineers that work there and It's been a differentiating characteristic for them is not just the stuff has been an amazing performance perspective but also that they are so very integrated you know from the design and then the software and the The whole picture so it has kind of left people on the android side. Maybe a feeling a little little lacking now the necessarily me. Because typically. If i'm on the flagship snapdragon like not bumping into those performance barriers in most cases. But you know every company wants to have these bragging rights will listen to this. What took place today. Qualcomm hired a company. Called new via a nubia is a company which was a branch out of numb from a number of employees responsible for having worked on chips at apple. Okay these dudes new. They go out of their way. Like you know we can. We can do some stuff now if i. They were focused mostly on server side of things. They were not necessarily focused on mobile but obviously qualcomm saw something in their potentially whatever intellectual property exists inside of there while i hope not just their minds but also somewhere inside of their records and their designs or appease their you know whatever it is that they're working on qualcomm obviously thinks if they're gonna by the way they they spent one point four billion dollars qualcomm thinks they're going to extract some of that and potentially put it into their products via the snapdragon lineup. So this into this for a second okay. New was founded in two thousand nineteen and it was a a trio that were involved in the most important chipset companies from intel amd the api arm and broadcom and they worked at apple where they played a part in designing the high performance a series chips for iphones and ipads. That's the key line right there. And we've been talking about this in the other direction with apple and tesla apple out there grabbing some tests engineers tesla executives. It's like what do you know about it. Yeah it's a shakedown piece falling out there. That's how it works. You know they flip them upside down like the change comes out of the pockets. Yeah in cartoonish way. And that's how that's all they have to do and then they just send them on their way to go work. We got the change out. Your pocket. of course doesn't work like that. No i mean this stuff happens. How corporate world all right. That's how it goes so even though these guys aren't necessarily working a mobile chips right now qualcomm believes. There's something in there that there's a chance to do something. Big
James Chapman VP and GM of Music and Wearables at Qualcomm on The Opportunities of Aippods
"We just published the hereby consumer adoption report so been knee deep in this for a while a of late We just did a national consumer survey and October so we have really recent data. We put out a report. But i've been tracking this space in depth for years now in fact we had some some really early consumer survey data back in twenty eighteen. Sort of an early part. We talk about voice assistance. But i'm interested in the heroles or the your true wireless earbuds space just in general and i think it's really of high interest to my audience. Who are starting to wake up. To the fact that there's a lot of these devices is beyond The smart speaker and particularly the smartphone is really interesting but the smartphone without oils. Earbuds isn't really that interesting. I think for a lot of these stations. So so it's great to have you on You know given your background. But why don't we start out. Give people a little bit about your background. So obviously you're at qualcomm overseeing the highly relevant group but How did you get involved in this. You're a physicist by training. So did you always know you're going to be working at the silicon level Complete accident i stumbled into it. Come touchscreens graphics. Engines view listeners. Who who were at the raspberry pi on some of the silicon and the the blocks. I was some great colleagues on. I joined came to the radio. Cbs walls in two thousand thirteen Whole range of stuff they did. And of course of the full front was him. I think about point people realizing just just has special wireless soldier could become interrail realize why half the wise you you can get it. Wirelessly period of time as the asahi required by qualcomm's fantastic the engineering expertise of call common the breadth. The payers is just amazing. we megyn from day. One started looking around a digging around through the libraries finding while they have put into our new silicon. Which when i sing sing in the market now on very luckily very very privileged for me. I find myself running the voice music. Wearables business units Anything in this because wrapped around your wrist watch would would come with me and my team so very exciting place to be. A change is happening. Could well you've seen this. This industry grew up. Because i think he started Or very early in your career. You're working broadcom as well so you have. You've seen this over a number of years. Yes yes a lot of a lot of things going on but the the thing i think is amazing i think let me be a little bit brutally honest which perhaps he's unwise on these these accounts but if i look at t twelve twenty thirteen what was a headphone while it was. Maybe it was your little your little more headset. When you a hands free in the car maybe you put it on reached rounded back to get it when you listen to music but you know what else was it And then he looked. Today is small is wireless. Earbuds is in your pocket. It loss for hours and hours and hours know if you will when travelling very much. The moment travelling public transport rounded the big cities. You're more likely to see people with their butts in the with on. I think that's that's tremendous because it goes from a device that you you go and search out when he wants this to music device that you always have with you always have was literally on you On the processing and the silicon capability will put the interests devices. Means they are that they're becoming a was a bit like films becoming a real augmented piece of piece of hardware. You've got what you all the time offering you love. yeah. I i think it's if you go back to like twelve or thirteen. I think maybe i would add. I think i had like a set of bose or monster headphones. That i was listening to. So in those those would had some noise cancellation capabilities and in quality audio at us mostly just on the plane maybe occasionally at all I believe back in that period. Maybe a little bit. Before that. I had maybe a blue headset I've had a couple of job or heads that i would use. I would swap out if i was going to make a phone call so i had these multiple things. Those were pretty amazing and actually had this blue ant that actually had voice control. I could do a voice input like us a number but you had all these speed dials. You could use So and just to think about where we are today with the different solutions in the market. It's it's really been tremendous Just the the miniaturisation and the fact that we can have really high quality solutions all day. Long now i'm wearing some some bose headphones right now. Which i use to record because i like the way that it isolates me and sort of keeps all the back. Out nice microphones does all the gate and everything But throughout the day. Mostly i i have earbuds at and i have all different sorts and I use them for listening. But i use them for voices system. I use them for a lot of zoom meetings and conference calls. I think it's i think. Behavior has shifted. Maybe more in this space than any other over the last five or six years. I think when. I look at the what's driven it number. One is power consumption so if you look at our latest arrange of chips the fifty one hundred series. Thirty hundred series. We worked very hard last two or three years. The power time So it's it's you know two three four times less power than walls if you go back twenty sixteen seventeen. I'm what what what does that do. Well the battery get smaller ranch and the irony here you can shrink the battery and you can get the The lifetime to go so rather being maybe two three hours four hours. Maybe maybe more with a really big set of cans that easy work and i can put them in you. Ranked game four five six seven hours repair via but so it's not. It's not a kind of a concern that you you're going to use them. Use them up in the back in the case. And what am i gonna do. Can i rely on for a long time and the smooth and ally white and that does driven so fascinating things so number one given that i can put mine in my knees do i won't say yes potentially for for this bill. So now you know the voice ui. I'm won't once. I can wear them knocking tire and auto uncomfortable rival interface. I can go talk to the voice assistant. Thank goodness you know the the google's now's this wilted did all they did but the voice assistance have come alone. Am i living those feature films. I'm sitting there with this thing. In my ear unobtrusive comfortable lightweight. How gonna worry about the power On on yes. I'm getting this voice. She why we were very very closely with the likes of arizona. Google to make sure that we meet requirements. We got the right things you make it available to to our customers to end consumers so very exciting change in terms of the power consumption a low power we achieve allowing you to wear them all the time of the ones. He just wouldn't do it on. Be comfortable and then suddenly you've got this option to have a very exciting interface. You didn't have before to a lot of information through through the voice interface.
Trump Says He'll Ban TikTok From U.S. As Soon As Saturday
"President Donald Trump said he will take action as soon as Saturday to ban TIKTOK for popular chinese-owned video APP that has been a source of national security and censorship concerns. Trump's comments came after published reports that the administration is planning to order China's bite dance to sell tick Tock. There were also reports Friday that software giant Microsoft is in talks to buy the APP. As far as Tik Tok is concerned we are banning them from the United States trump told reporters Friday on Air Force One as he returned from Florida. Trump said, he could use emergency economic powers or an executive order to enforce the action insisting I have that authority he added it's going to be signed tomorrow. Reports by Bloomberg News and the Wall Street. Journal citing anonymous sources said the administration could soon announce a decision ordering by dance to divest its ownership and TIKTOK. There have been reports of US tech giants and financial firms being interested in buying or investing in Tiktok as the trump administration said its sights on the APP, The New York Times and Fox business citing an unidentified source reported Friday that Microsoft is in talks to buy Tiktok, Microsoft declined to comment. Tick Tock issued a statement Friday saying that while we do not comment on rumors or speculation, we are confident in the long term success of TIKTOK. By dance launched tick tock in two thousand seventeen then bought musical dot L. Y. of video service popular with teens in the US and Europe and combined the two a twin service do yen is available for Chinese users. Tick talks fun goofy videos and ease of use has made it immensely popular and us. Tech giants like facebook and snapchat. See it as a competitive threat. It has said it has tens of millions of us, users and hundreds of millions globally. But it's Chinese. Ownership has raised concerns about the censorship of videos including those critical of the Chinese government and the potential for sharing user data with Chinese officials. Tick Tock maintains it doesn't censor videos based on topic sensitive to China, and it would not give the Chinese government access to U. S. user data. Even if asked, the company has hired a US CEO, a former top Disney executive in an attempt to distance itself from its Chinese ownership. US, national security officials of been reviewing the musical dot L. Y. Acquisition in recent months while US armed forces have banned their employees from installing Tiktok on government issued phones. Secretary of State Mike pompeo said earlier this month that the US was considering banning tiktok. These national security worries parallel a broader US security crackdown on Chinese companies including telecom providers while away and Z. t. e.. The trump administration has ordered that the US stop funding equipment from those providers in US networks. It has also tried to steer allies away from hallway because of worries about the Chinese government's access to data which the companies have denied it has. The trump administration has stepped in before to block or dissolve deals on national security concerns including stopping Singapore's broadcom from its one hundred seventeen billion dollar bid for US chip maker. QUALCOMM in two thousand, eighteen in an effort to help retain US leadership in the telecom space. It also told China's Beijing Quinlan Tech Company to sell off its twenty sixteen purchase of gay dating. APP Grinder. Other countries are also taking action against. TIKTOK. India. This month band dozens of Chinese APPs including Tick Tock citing privacy concerns amid tensions between the countries.
Understanding Customer Success in Saas: Javier Cortavitarte, Customer Adoption Manager at Broadcom Inc.
"Nowadays. What happened Basically I am now. Doing what is called a customer adoption management or Customer Success Management Basically that's what my role is nowadays. Which is a big change from what I did when I moved into the valley. So so when you say. Customer success What does that look like? I mean because of the way I look at Liza in the Tech Space. I see that great. We Build APPS WE BUILT OUR. Were we sell it and thank you for your money? And that's it. You mean that we have to keep working with the customer. Yes definitely okay. Whether then look then. What does a happy customer look like? How do you know that your customers happy and I guess those are two different questions but I just be customer? Success thing is very well. There's in most business. Transactions or or relationships The usually three faces two phases basically There's a pre sales portion and then there's the transaction basically and then the the pulse ration- then nowadays most businesses. Very full is on making sure that their customers are engaged in are actually Really focused on prairie feedback onto whether experiences. So what happens after someone has bought out or product from another company? And those you know those people the customer say they want to know how to best use it. I mean one thing. Is You come in our stop retailing in year or account manager and show you what their product can do? one is
Latest Apple results show hardware is still king
"Apple had great results quarterly results always good for the fourth quarter fourth calendar quarter first quarter of apples fiscal year. Big Number though that and this is the number number apple likes to talk about how many people using their devices one and a half billion active apple devices MACs ipads but mostly iphones eighty percent of them eighty percent of iphones and ipads running the latest. IOS Thirteen. That's a really good number one point. Five billion million active devices probably a billion of those or iphones. Yell which Pitch Helps Apple Pay the one point one billion dollar fine or court. I guess it's a court order court decision to you pay for patent infringement. They bought chips from broadcom broadcom. Apparently according to the courts Infringed orange the patent of the California Institute of Technology Caltech. They had the WIFI patterns. The jury said Apple You pay one hundred eight hundred thirty seven million dollars to Caltech broadcom. You hit them you pay them. Two hundred seventy million dollars. That will build a pretty Nice Library there and the campus. The Job Caltech Apple can afford it. Of course they can cost them nothing
CalTech wins $1.1 billion jury verdict in patent case against Apple, Broadcom
"A federal jury has decided that apple and chip maker Broadcom should pay over a billion dollars in damages to cal tech it's a patent infringement case we're talking about to wifi data transmission patents held by cal tech for computer chips that went up going into iPhones iPads apple watches and other apple devices cal takes as its pleased with the decision no comment from apple or
Apple, Broadcom told to pay Caltech $1.1B in patent lawsuit
"A jury in the US District Court for the Central District of California ruled that apple and broadcom infringed on WIFI patents from the California when you institute of Technology Ordering Total of one point one billion dollars in damages. The suit was filed in two thousand sixteen with Caltech naming iphones ipads ipods. Apple watches his and MAC computers as devices including infringing broadcom components. The damages break down to eight hundred thirty seven point. Eight million dollars from apple and two hundred seventy seventy point two million dollars from broadcom.
Apple, Broadcom told to pay Caltech $1.1B in patent lawsuit
"Context been awarded more than a billion dollars in damages after winning the big patent infringement suit against apple and Broadcom a jury here in LA agreed that the tech companies illegally use wifi technology that was patented by the institution according to Bloomberg it's the sixth largest patent verdict ever Evelyn Broadcom are
Apple, Broadcom told to pay Caltech $1.1B in patent lawsuit
"A jury is ordering apple and Broadcom to pay more than a billion dollars in damages to the California institute of technology and P. R. Shannon bond says the companies were found guilty of infringing on wifi patents the research university known as cal tech sued the companies in twenty sixteen it said Broadcom chips used in iPhones Max and other apple devices infringe Caltech patents related to data transmission apple has been ordered to pay almost eight hundred and thirty eight million dollars while Broadcom must pay about two hundred and seventy million dollars apple says it will appeal the verdict the iPhone maker argued in court that is device is nearly contained the chips and did not themselves infringed the patents Broadcom also says it intends to appeal books woman for cal tech says the university is pleased with
Broadcom strikes $15 billion deal with Apple to sell it iPhone parts
"Broadcom has agreed to provide apple with chips and other parts for devices release through mid twenty twenty three that's in addition to a similar deal reached in twenty nineteen Broadcom sees the three deals generating fifteen billion dollars and future
Broadcom to supply wireless components to Apple
"BROADCOM IS GONNA supply wireless components to apple. It's a two year deal to multi year agreements commits. Excuse me for the spy wireless components the twenty twenty statement works on to the existing ones for supplying radio frequency components and modules the iphone maker and could generate as much as fifteen billion dollars in revenue for broadcom chairs. The chipmaker rose two percent extended training over the announcement and violate tonight
Hollywoods Next Big Beauty Trends According To Gloss Angeles Podcast
"Also like on just jared when they had that she was at the Savino of she's the spokesperson there were like rare public appearance I'm like yeah she agreed to her one press pay maybe you're getting filler good filler is undetectable bro I don't know who actually on but she had wrinkles headlines on her forehead as an actress I think that that was like her one beauty skin regret was just like the fact that she used to think that you know be careful California gyro was being really I james retaining drops this is in her smart water uh she didn't really get into too many details it was you know an Vino breaking news you can't really name so she did say that she he's like Tina yeah that's like the big trend is these these infrared lights Bobby Brown has one yeah we learned yes read her you know you're rich when you can build the red SOx level I'm trying oh totally Shawny Darden before she opened her clinic she would do her that house and she has like all of them she is like the panels she's the masks and everything and she said sometimes she just like sits in front of it which it looks like a mirror you just like sit in front of me Oh yeah I mean on Hashes my next big investment is going to be like an led lights panel that I can just lay underneath falsely yeah yeah but it's a small it's just one that you lake lay under not move who makes it I can't remember out to look it up into roasts the makeup artist they were caught with like Haley Bieber and stuff like that she has an amazing youtube video about how she completely transformed skin with this led light panel but it was like two thousand dollars news at the recommendation of her aestheticians but she in bed like invested in she travels with it I have a separate suitcase for my led animal the best dedication wow that's amazing I'm like so curious you guys have been here for a week now what have you noticed is like different in terms of maybe treatments are taught to say that because we actually interviewed Shawny just the other day and she is so hooked up with all the rules and the gizmos to use at home and like she recommends them to her clients for in between sessions I feel like in our world it's less about that more or and more about just like comeback in come back in and just what you guys are talking about right now I think it's just at a different level in terms of like those gadgets and all about really high tech stuff that's one thing I'm noticing for sure and people are willing to invest actually commit to their health and they carve out the time to do it it's like an essential part of health grandma being whereas people like Silvio treatments I think a lot on the east coast is like relaxation or it's like going in there too got these results I just couldn't believe how shiny like we walked in it was all on her top shelf and she's like Oh no you need to do this one at home like this laser thing where Ya a lot mean I I feel like there's a little bit more skepticism as well maybe you know in New York and in Toronto like how much those things actually were totally but whereas it feels like what's the thing no I and we believe everything crystals on my face yeah absolutely oh my God don't get me I wrote about this here I might listen jade role whatever like then you're discharging yes I've been around too many by Beverly Hills uh of babies though because when there was like some super moon recently somebody sent me like eight thousand rose quartz and I was like what do even with the rents them and put them under the Sun Okay you're under the full moon well I tried but then where I live there was no direct full moon binds so I was telling my boyfriend we had to move so we can get Rexel we're we're maybe just by a full moon thank me all in I'm creating that product lab like the other thing interesting say that is the Aslam pair college it here they are taking that really seriously fake obviously yes words influence is so strong do you feel the non extensions or not a as big of a thing people got them but it's more like to fill out like that that Aslam pair that sort of started on the runway like last spring really trickled down here but more from ka-shing I'm sure you know how the function wearing that hair is always like this the thing is like y'all obviously can't see what I'm doing I'm sitting up really great with good posture and I'm taking my hand in like brushing underneath hair to get it out of my face like that's all they can do to get it out of base they can't talk it behind your ears because as much as you say that because I went to see ac musk graves two different times who I love Golden Hour a love her and she onstage I couldn't believe that's all she did on I and my friend was like Holy Shit she needs to take on her hair or get another wag or something needs another move cause she's wearing these like great jumpsuits like easing makeup and just every time it's like this influences ever not yeah right influential quarterly chronicle things like going to the bathroom cooking like obviously pull my hair can you hold my hair I would love to ask Casey Mass Graves Yada you sit on the pot the thing that you put your hair or maybe it's just takes it off the hair allies it shange holder Dolly Parton has that great line and they're like when people ask her how long it takes to do her hair she's just like I don't know I'm never there uh-huh Dolly Parton is a Saint Yeah I would I would love to get her on glossy yes we like my number one guest Kony so funny and I love one of my favorite quotes from her she's like you can call me down blonde but domino not blonde like a f- sure sure yeah so good okay so what's our next question well we both have similar backgrounds we were more in magazines and you guys were more digital also but I think like you guys go on press trips all the time in that right so what's the craziest thing that's ever happened or on a shoot let's start spelling Ah to feel the biggest difference between press trips for print and like press trips for digital especially now and the fact that we live in okay is that it's all like influence trips and then Carina will like get invited to a reliable launch trip because it's like there's such a big spectacle to it and it's so much fun yeah how ever I remember when benefit launched not brasler found her pro yeah broadcom toward pro it was like their pen with four different and and they had a big launch trip in Paris they invited us to but like six months before that they took him into long lead editors to Morocco to learn about
"broadcom" Discussed on Conversations with Dez
"Insurance companies health care governments most fortune five hundred are growing growing on the mainframe. They continue to grow on. They're going to need system programmers. The guys who install and configure system software software right. They're going to need application developers for the mainframe you know the people who design and code applications that expand their businesses is to mobile to to all sorts of you know <hes> direct selling pats and they're going to need computer operators raiders of people who introduced new workloads right new new <hes> transactions <hes> batch jobs and in my travels travels my exposure to customers on many have <hes> <hes> done a good job and succession planning planning so it's it's not all bleak. There are a tremendous amount of a companies out there who put a smart plan together and went and executed their plan right to have a path forward <hes> whereas people retire they have people who are coming up behind them and growing growing <hes> and in the companies have invested in the platform for decades but some have failed in that crucial area some har- har finding themselves caught between a rock and a hard place where they haven't developed new people to replace their thirty and forty year mainframe mainframe veterans who are about to retire this year and and people are in that position where they've lost the core talent and they simply did not have succession plan <hes> and it's about time we start prioritizing recruitment and mentoring for the mainframe and if we can help hope that <hes> <hes> and saw that solution in broadcom we are frankly you know as as a technology -nology leader the prospect of finding trained talents in the mainframe space to take over is overwhelming <hes> you're not gonna find trains people all right and then and then even if you brought somebody on having the stamina and the resources to properly bring them up to speed it's it's got folks running for cover looking for help <hes> panicking talking about getting off the mainframe when they know that the power of that platform warm is running their business and it's essential grown up broadcom is changing that and we've got an interesting program to share with ear indeed well. I know that the thing that strikes me here is that you've solved most of the mission critical operational development challenges across the platform i know from the front end devops and application development tools and integration and build through to security and compliance and then the back end operations and management from popham point of view hearing from software and services now this the wool now i love the fact the assaulting the human component of it and i would love to hear more about it because i know you've got a couple of programs around one called vitality and also the social software side of things a what can you tell us about whether it's at currently and whizz what's the direction on that yeah yeah and and i'm so glad you characterized it that way you know i mean companies have trusted us with their technology for so many years and we want them to trust us to solve the skills problem. <hes> one of the things that we started thinking about how'd was we have our own on boarding training program and it's been in place for years years before i got here <hes> <hes> awhile run associate software engineering program and that's where see a at the time now broadcom has hired appeared students graduates out of university and then instructed them on the foundational components that make up a mainframe were talking everything from sub-systems and the variety of subsystems whether it be networking or you know cineplex and the way in which which the operating system functions as it layers on top of those subsystems <hes> all the way through assembler language cobol and other quote what you would say legacy languages <hes> in addition to more modern languages on that a._f._c. program program received such great recognition and we had such a great track record <hes> when i joined i thought well hell can we parlay this and provide some sort of solution beyond what we're doing for ourselves. How can we expand this open this up so one thing broadcom has done is they have agreed to open up that associate software engineering program to customers. If they customer <hes> <hes> would like to send one of their hires..
Broadcom, Symantec And Wall Street Journal discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News
"Broadcom's on again off again deal to acquire Symantec may be partially on again Wall Street journal reports Broadcom is close to a ten billion dollar deal for semantics enterprise business it accounts for about half of semantics
China, Broadcom And Apple discussed on Dave Ramsey
"Stocks closed out the worst week of the year traders are worried about the escalating trade war with China and how it might damage the economy the technology stocks came under the heaviest selling pressure today apple lost two point two percent Broadcom gave back almost two and a half percent today safe place stocks did relatively well masters one on the defense of the big utilities and real estate companies workshop today Dow Jones industrial average ended the day off a hundred and six point twenty six thousand four seventy seven nasdaq without a hundred seven points the S. and P. five hundred ended the
Broadcom, Symantec And Eleven Percent discussed on News, Traffic and Weather
"A big decline today Symantec shares of the cyber security software company slid eleven percent in the wake of a C. N. B. C. report that talks regarding the Symantec acquisition by semiconductor company Broadcom had
Chipmakers are cause for broader concern
"Know, it's hard out there for a semiconductor chip manufacturer broadcom announced this week, it missed its earnings targets for the second quarter lowered expectations for the rest of the year two that did a number on broadcom share stock and a half a dozen other chipmakers electronics manufacturers as well. And none of that reports, marketplace's Benesch your bodes. Well, for the global economy things are going to get better. It'll be okay. Twenty nineteen it's going to be when things turn around that is what the US semiconductor industry has been telling itself, and everybody else for the past six months. Tristen garra is an analyst with our WBZ. About dairy patients for a week. And then the US China trade negotiations fell apart, the US government blacklisted, one of the semiconductor industries big customers why? And when US based broadcom, major supplier of why reported it had missed earnings yesterday. The trade wars collateral damage was made plain for all to see the high hopes for twenty nine nine came crashing down. It was a punch to tech investors. Daniel is managing director at Wedbush securities, not only head broadcom lost out on sales to why way orders in general were down is that this could be a canary in McColl mine for broader weakness, ahead brought her weakness, not just for other chipmakers. But for the entire tech sector uncertainty is debilitating for companies with complex supply chains. Like cell phone manufacturers. And there's a specific concern that a cycle of retaliation between the US and China is kicking in where US tech companies will be targeted. Craig else is with be Riley. F B R. The sector is at affective leading. Indicator for broader economic trend. Not only is the semiconductor industry. A bellwether for the economy else says, recently, it's been foreshadowing moves in the
Broadcom's $2 billion warning rattles global chip sector
"You know, it's hard out there for a semiconductor chip manufacturer broadcom announced this week, it missed its earnings targets for the second quarter lowered expectations for the rest of the year two that did a number on broadcom share stock in a half a dozen other chipmakers electronics manufacturers as well. None of that reports, marketplace's refinish for bodes well for the global economy things are going to get better. It'll be okay. Twenty nineteen it's going to be when things turn around that is what the US semiconductor industry has been telling itself, and everybody else for the past six months. Tristen Garrett is an analyst with our WBZ pretty much old. I could've campany about their expectation for aids can ahead, we cover, and then the US China trade negotiations fell apart, the US government blacklisted, one of the semiconductor industries big customers why? And when US based broadcom and major supplier of why reported it had. Missed earnings yesterday. The trade wars collateral damage was made plain for all to see the high hopes for twenty nineteen came crashing down. It was a gut punch to tech investors. Daniel is managing director at Wedbush securities, not only had broadcom lost out on sales to why way orders in general were down the here is that this could be a canary in the coalmine for brought a weakness ahead Rutter weakness, not just for other chipmakers, but for the entire tech sector uncertainty is debilitating for companies with complex supply chains. Like, say cell phone manufacturers, and there is a specific concern that a cycle of retaliation between the US and China is kicking in where US tech companies will be targeted Craig else with B Riley. F B R. The sector is at affective leading indicator for broader economic trend. Not only is the semiconductor industry. A bellwether for the economy else says, recently, it's been foreshadowing moves in the stock market in New York. I'm Sabrina sure. For
Broadcom, US And China discussed on Sean Hannity
"Week broadcom sending a shock wave through the chip-making industry today with its forecasts at the US China trade dispute, and the ban on doing business with Chinese tech for wall way will not two billion dollars off the company's sales this year. It's years falling over five and a
"broadcom" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One
"Probably will become is very important to the industrial policy of of almost every country i mean if you look today what's disrupting business what's disrupting business is big data because everything's being connected while it's it tends to be connected wirelessly and qualcomm is is the company that is working on making sure that that's possible at scale anywhere in the world so we tend to we tend to feel like we have a good position the consumers know about this company will know it for having been in the headlines in the past couple of months issue wanna take through a couple of them first of all the broadcom deal the attempt that acquisition and then the president saying we are not doing this how did that go down well i think it all started with oddly enough it started because we had a dispute with apple over the price of royalty payments and ongoing dispute we should say right correct ongoing dispute and that and that tends to happen from time to time with our business model which which which essentially as to is to licensed technology companies and there's oftentimes disputes over the price of that and that dispute opened up an opportunity i think for there to be a an attempted takeover and ultimately what happened at least in our view is that you know it's very difficult to do a hostile takeover very difficult to do it if it's done without it being done in a friendly way out and then ultimately the technologies that we work on tend to be you know very very relevant so much so that the president intervened because i think of that relevancy i mean you can read the order and so you know i look back and say wow that if you ever wanted to know the value of what you work on there's a pretty good pretty good proof you've been at meetings with the president you've you've had conversations with them about technology and what is that you do do you think he get i you know i think it's very clear that lawmakers understand including the president united states president of china and you know.
"broadcom" Discussed on The Android Police Podcast
"Or decided that it wanted to pursue in investigation into broadcom's acquisition of qualcomm and before they had a chance to actually evaluate the the the acceptance of the request for valuation postponed any transaction it froze it essentially but before qualcomm is able to do anything or the cfo us able to complete its investigation president trump signed an order basically forbidding the takeover and at that point the broadcom deal was dead so and broadcom has since withdrawn its bid formerly even though the it was dead the moment the president announced that it was gone so paul com law remain independent company so basically the reason cited in the order was that broadcom is a foreign company they're base in singapore actually broadcom is actually not broadcom broadcom was bought by a company called it's vago right back in i forget when that happens basically years back broadcom was purchased company called the vago or ago on how you pronounce it and choir january twenty sixteen and so avocado got rid of its name and aga was run by a guy named hawk tan and off go adopted broadcom same broadcom is an american company so probably a lot of the reason they did hat was because brought comes in american company and so it makes them look like they're married company even though technically really it's it's vago that is the company that is running all this and they are they're not from america originally and so apparently broadcom had offered to relocate its headquarters keep its headquarters the united states but ended up relocating seaport and this apparently was enough to upset people in the adminis.
"broadcom" Discussed on The Android Police Podcast
"On that note see him qualcomm so we'll talk about this this story is had been analyzed death and honestly probably for a lot of siphon that interesting but qualcomm was recently apparently based on news that came out after the fact going to vary likely be acquired by broadcom you know so there are some reports that the preliminary votes have been coming in about the acquisition and qualcomm sport had not the case that the broadcom acquisition was not in shareholder interests and qualcomm is almost certainly going to be acquired by broadcom so this was a situation where qualcomm itself was not was not down with this at all like they didn't want broadcom's cool comes in much street people signing welcome or not get as investors are like well maybe and broadcom was like is actually planning to relocate to the us to make to make this deal happen yeah and so at that point when qualcomm basically back in january when this way started to reach a fever pitch qualcomm requested a confidential undisclosed request for a review by this basically this board this government agency that evaluates foreign takeovers american companies they didn't have to tell shareholders about this i mean i guess the aerobically they could have but the confidential nature of the request you know made it such that they didn't so they're essentially able to go over shareholders heads and be like well we're gonna go and request this even though none of you ask for it basically and well the it's the us right.
"broadcom" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"A whole stop there all the multiple mailings i've gotten from both broadcom and qualcomm the good news is the broad time thing is pretty much gone away that has done that the deals pen stop i've got mad for certain reasons now it could down the road come back again i i'm not going to say that's going to happen or not going to happen but as of now that has done very solid talking about qualcomm because we actually had qualcomm we sold it quarter while ago so i'm still kinda watching what is going on with them because they still do have more concern for us would it be the lawsuit with apple and and and that's a remote concerned about so the the broadcom situations done chase any say they've been pretty quiet for a while but you know there's a broadcom fiasco gasco but all that kind of news then that kind of ended then there's talk about qualcomm going private and know the paul jacobs was leaving qualcomm they've been pretty quiet over the last few weeks i kinda can i guess missed the new stories of claw calm but curious to see if that broadcom deal resurfaces down the road once broadcom is kinda domiciled here in the united states that that process is in in place so once that occurs i'm curious if they will try to go after qualcomm once again because i really want to go with the numbers of qualcomm on i have not done that in a while so okay well let's do that for again about qualcomm symbol q c m project me no pe ratio versus three hundred five the energy i think there's probably due to the tax law changes a lot of contact to do that but still for the whole year no earnings i'm qualcomm surprise prices sales is a little bit expensive three point five or six three point two pricetobookvalue looks good five point seven versus sixteen point six and price of cash flow also not material versus fourteen point four and again they reported earnings back in december twenty four th of seventeen so surprising that one thing nice about qualcomm i see that they have a four point three percent dividend yield which is very attractive however there's no earnings to pay out and again i think because of the.
"broadcom" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"At a boring ca excuse me a b a r i n k a the number two at bloomberg dot net and i can send that to you and and today i i will be focusing still on the deal that did not get happened did did not happen that is the broadcom hostile takeover of qualcomm remember broadcom was trying to acquire it's fellow chipmaker qualcomm for one hundred and seventeen billion dollars a broadcom is a singapore domiciled company that had promised to move to the united states the ceo of broadcom is was hugging and shaking trump's hand last year when he announced the repatriation of the headquarters so they thought that from a logistical perspective with the government there wouldn't be an issue is mostly just a convincing of qualcomm shareholders to agree to the deal because management did not want to so fast forward to a couple of weeks ago qualcomm shareholders were tasked with voting on the six representatives that broadcom introduced to join the board potentially in an advancing its potential hostile takeover broadcom was winning right up until at the moment when when the committee foreign investment in the united states laid down a letter saying we think that there could be issues here we're going to delay the qualcomm annual meeting we're going to delay this vote because we wanted to look at this from a national security perspective while days a few days after that donald trump himself the president came down with an executive order blocking this deal saying that they were on the grounds that they would be concerned that if broadcom acquired qualcomm it would slash rnd into qualcomm core business making chips for five g wireless networks and in doing so if they did cut rnd indeed that would give while way and other chinese technology makers potential legup so trump blocked this deal on the implications of what might happen had they had they'd be acquired and just months before broadcom was set to be an american company on may six.
"broadcom" Discussed on Pocket Now Weekly
"So line especially not only just from the corporate perspective but also our government and law enforcement perspective that this is this is intertwined here so like let's start back with the broadcom here because they announced this week that they were going to revamp sail from singapore to the us in april and that was one month early that would previously enough that they were going to re domicile in may and now it was going to be april and you know what dates that they were going to donald donaldson on april third that is just two days after a before the quad comes rescheduled shareholder vote on the the the board of directors which broadcom has a big interest in at a ballot of nominees ready to go and that rescheduling was due to qualcomm the the deal being investigated by the committee on foreign investments in the us and they were going to look into this and broadcom has been very hostile against a qualcomm in this respect because they said that since the redeem asylum in the us the see if i you s doesn't have jurisdiction over them in wouldn't have to over them after the redesigning happens and with that move of making the redoubt date earlier than expected well that kind of triggered the cf i s to advise trump at least in my view to advise trump that this deal may be happening and trump said all right yes shirtless put the kaibong on this so there was a lot of gesturing from broadcom's part and it just didn't work out with them so i think one of the interesting parts of the commentary coming out on this in thanks for that recap i i've noticed a lot of people talking about qualcomm being able to breed easy or this broadcom merger this broadcom acquisitions not going through and so now qualcomm shareholders.
"broadcom" Discussed on Pocket Now Weekly
"Very two days ago broadcom complying with the trump order and walking away seemingly completely walking away from their plans to try to fly welcome what do you think will be the ramifications on this because it looks like it leaves qualcomm in an actionable position like it looks like now welcome could be up for grabs from any other major corporations at wanted to throw their hat hat into the ring to well i was just about to say that this was pretty interesting we can terms of the troughs and peaks of the drama around this deal because you intel doesn't necessarily have an interest in qualcomm itself is worried about broadcom i think intel has its hedges against welcome terms of apple because it's doing its own modems and it's also working towards five g and with but with the biggest client that you could have with apple they have interests they're they're going to stick with it meantime if if broadcom were to put into the puts into the picture with qualcomm i'm not sure exactly how that would actually work out since the assumed position broadcom take was that oh they're not really going to invest in five g and that would leave intel fighting off against other companies like the chinese firms while way tsmc perhaps more and that would really shake things in the sector and woodley five g more towards manipulated more towards china which the us would have an interest in keeping the definitions and standards of internet pronin malls away from that since they consider them a big security threat so.
"broadcom" Discussed on This Week in Tech
"Yeah and you government now actively supported until by it you have to kind of hope not even though like we said like qualcomm and broadcom i they do make chips it's these the smaller chips it's the networking chips critical infrastructure we know of problems security issues with the space ban radio and i mean this this is fairly critical infrastructure if you're if every phone in the country has hackel right obviously phone in the nation is hackel no i already it it has has been been but i think that what we have to to to worry about is is the fact that these companies you know like with intel buying qualcomm if we get if we get that kind of vertical integration than that's almost always a bad thing for consumers it almost always means higher prices it almost always is something whether it was broadcom or intel buying them you know the friction between exit six and the arm processors has been a good thing for consumers it's been a good thing for process now could be that you know every company and every technology runs its course and so it could be qualcomm is at target because they're sort of they've kind of run their course and you know broadcom intel maybe it went matter but i do worry that you know that that competitive pressure is helping is what's helping keep technology the cost of it lower and so we'll see we'll see i'm curious if anybody knows georgia i think referring to the hack the 'seven hack that we learned about two years ago as far as i know has not been mitigated greg do you know if this is the the software used in in the radios in our all of our phones right.
"broadcom" Discussed on Android Central Podcast
"It just wouldn't work the the antitrust would be over the moon when it comes to broadcom which is it's adjacent in what it produces it's mostly wi fi bluetooth the chips that aren't essential to cellular connective but are sensors that we need in our phones in many other equipment they're really every mobile device yeah slice of bidding and we may see it happen i don't know intel could still go through with this acquisition who knows and until is a much larger company than broadcom or qualcomm in terms of their value market capitalization it's like a quarter of a chilean dollars it is yeah although didn't get surpassed didn't it's chip business just get surpassed by samsung's in the last quarter yeah wouldn't be surprised samsung's chip business isn't just making samsung chips it's making you know they've qualcomm ships to yes yeah until obviously has much larger and wider reaching businesses as well which would kind of would make it possible to take over something like broadcom without there being massive antitrust concerns so i went to san diego a few weeks ago to learn all about five g from qualcomm this is a company that is extremely proud to the point of hubris about its position in the upcoming five g race and the fact that nobody including myself can really tell you how five g is going to overhaul the way that we use our devices today speaks to the difficulty in trying to sell the side dea of why it's so important.
"broadcom" Discussed on IOT Podcast
"Okay heaven man i should warn everyone i have a cold so lord only knows what's going to happen to my voice this show but bear with us if it gets too bad i'll just make kevin do the rest all in his own who goody so let's kick it off with qualcomm and broadcom the deal is dead it's done the deal is done but not in the way people expected it to be so kevin and i have actually been going back and forth before we record the show like should we talk about it this week no no it's still jesse so we held off we talked about it when it first was announced back in november of last year because this was a huge consolidation of chipmakers especially related to the internet of things broadcom meeks the chip in the raspberry pi it makes a ton of wifi chips it's huge yes they also have networking capabilities as well but for our purposes broadcom iot big deal holcombe however has been getting into the iot in most of its chips because they were focused on mobile for so long and did so well they're a lot of its ships have just been popped into iot devices now they're actually working really hard to make things like an embedded module of snapdragon the snap dragon eight twenty that we talked about i think a few weeks back no this deal would have consolidated a significant amount so i'm actually glad it didn't happen because broadcom is a private equity play they are just mushy together lots and lots of chip companies in frankly.
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"No i won't say i i don't know i don't feel like anything that people always bring him raspberry pies and he's actually not fund of them because raspberry pi is not as delicious as other kinds of pies oh yeah he talks about it getting all gummy and kind of the seeds and stuff and i'm like i'm with you man no raspberry should not be made into pie like i i had her carrot cake once five years old and said it was good for the rest of her life i had to eat the damn carrot cake by the way my house all the time broadcom makes the chip in it but he is now technical director broad common of course the other techniques which we didn't report that president trump earlier this week nixed the deal broadcom was trying to buy qualcomm and he said for national security reasons i'm going to block that period end of it's over i don't know what to think of it i i don't don't either either so it was a little before trump came in is it syphilis saikia has the committee on you know who i'm talking about guys right it's the committee on foreign investment they've scuttled other deals i'm gonna find out who it is when committee on foreign investment yes so see c fi suffice i don't know it see famous us sophis yeah cfo us yeah it's treasury treasury department well yes and they they look at these types of deals they actually win how was it while way wanted to buy three com they dick's fat so this is what they do so they were actually looking at this and they said hey we have a lot of strategic technology do we want this to go to broadcom which after it snow longer domiciled in the us what is interesting to me is trump actually before the deal was announced met with hock tan the ceo of broadcom back like tober of last year the fact they were coming back to the us.
"broadcom" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"President of the united states us tech is not for sale the president delivering swift rejection of broadcom's hostile takeover bid of qualcomm setting waves around the chip industry around the world more specifically around china and place aside that anand srinivasan bloomberg intelligence very much reporter ana analyst joins us now on the broadcom qualcomm soccer and and help me understand the influence at concerns around china the ultimate killed this deal broadcom is a singaporean based company and to the extent that potentially broadcom will take over across calm and somehow impede their intellectual property development and potentially make a us based company slower in five g relative to wall way which is a chinese based handset chip company developing its own side jesus the concern was that broadcom by qualcomm slowdown usbased five g development effort ten bear for china would be able to accelerate its own it'd be quite honest i don't necessarily buy that the competition for five g is is fast and serious across the board and it would have remained what they do is broadcom or qualcomm or any other company for that matter how rare is it for syphilis to wrap up an investigation this quickly this is a highly highly highly surprising event and particularly when you consider the fact that qualcomm has languished over the last three years from a sales perspective has not really delivered that aggressively for shareholders broadcom's entire m o has been to buy assets and reduce costs and expand earnings so from a shareholder perspective broadcom deal would would be extremely favorable albeit you can hang on the price so this is a this is stunning development and potentially in a lot of ways quite opposite of what people were expecting do we know what broadcom does i mean by that i mean do we know do they have the same transparency is intel they have do they have the same strategic visibility when management talks to the media or management talks to pros like you absolutely i mean if you look at broadcom remember that the legacy company that preceded com a company called varcoe which brought brought which purchase broadcom which was a us based company heavily lean the company to a us efforts to begin with ample to large customer samson's a large customer a networking chipmaker cisco's a customer so in a lot of ways they have a global customer base a.
"broadcom" Discussed on Geek News Central Audio
"But it goes to something i've been talking about a little bit on the show for while the president today blocked the broadcom fall come deal citing national security concerns both companies were ordered to immediately advantage it proposed deal the auto order prohibits broad cam broadcom's propose candidates or fifteen board members for comes election it was supposed to happen in a statement broadcom concept was reviewing the order but strongly disagrees this propose aquisition raises any national security concerns the us treasuries committee on foreign investment in the united states had already expressed concerns about the transactions in a march fifth letter two broadcom and qualcomm lawyer cf i u s which is organization many of you probably have only learned about today or on this show you're going to learn about again committee on foreign investment in the united states listed several reasons including broadcom's reputation for cut it in research and development spit research spending of attention and a or many potential security risks which have not necessarily been outlined but let me break it down for you chip production the united states is a largely gone if you think about everything that we do in this country there's a chip in it today there's a chip in her mobile phones there's a chip or two or three or ten in our computers there's a chip in your security cameras there's a chip in year mesnier security systems there's multiple chips in your car and he just goes e you know here we go chips chips chips and most of those chips come out of china now broadcom was a singapore based limited corporation and they had said oh we'll we'll move to the united states to get this deal done but.
"broadcom" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Broadcom of singapore campaign cajoled flattered but in the end the trump administration has now blocked its planned hostile takeover of microchip maker qualcomm of san diego the administration sites national security for stopping the one hundred seventeen billion dollar purchase after a federal panel that reviews proposed international mergers came to the same conclusion broadcom says there is no threat to us security and is reviewing options now my colleague molly would host of mark place tech is following this broadcom is based in singapore we are not necessarily concerned about singapore spying on the united states but this is part of a pattern toward trying to keep asian competitors out of similar businesses and out of the infrastructure of the united states the united states is effectively banned the chinese manufacturer way and z t e from using wireless equipment in government contracts because we're concerned that the chinese government have a tap on the lines knows blocked merger comes at a time when telecom companies around the world they're thinking about a new generation of wireless communication it's called five g and it would be way faster fast enough to let driverless cars talk to each other and link all manner of appliances into the socalled internet of things qualcomm and broadcom have both been working on five detect and this is considered profoundly essential to the future of wireless networking and the us is concerned that broadcom which is known for having a pretty lean operation might cut money for research and development into five g technologies so much so that it could allow chinese competitors to jump in and essentially fill that void now if while way or another chinese manufacturer becomes the only game in town for five g infrastructure technology then the government would have to buy equipment from one of these companies and again you get to this sort of wiretapping concern marketplace's molly would who's host of marketplace tech now broadcom based in singapore now was started by a professor and student from ucla let's do the numbers the one hundred share index in london is just turned up two points dow futures are up in the.
"broadcom" Discussed on WRVA
"I hope together but it where that comes to broadcom and qualcomm qualcomm has been recognized for quite a while as one of the leaders particularly in smart devices how you make those work and they are sort of on the cutting edge of five g what's going to drive all of our smart devices in the cloud in the internet of things in the future but so are lots of other companies including a chinese company named hallway technologies though enter broadcom tried by qualcomm broadcom is actually headquartered in singapore and has much closer relationships with your way the president fears that if qualcomm who is okay we'll go for national security purposes one of the us's cutting edge companies and five g that you would see foreigners namely the chinese get a leg up or maybe even pirates from us technology so they could be at the cutting edge and ultimately the leader at distributing five g technologies that is in world that we're living in right now not that steals not important but but the cloud the internet of things and all of the internals that drive that probably a much bigger deal looking at intellectual property going forward in the president put the quash on that deal yesterday seems to me to be a very responsible thing to do i know some people will roll their eyes or they'll on principle think that that's heavy handed but i mean let's face it this isn't this isn't a nice world and there are plenty of people who would be and plenty of governments that would be happy to cause us problems.
"broadcom" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"State control of not only the markets but also state enterprises state banks trying to shut out foreigners and indeed even private chinese entrepreneurs are having a hard time in see jinping's china so capitalism is having a few bad years in the superstate that we know as the people's republic of china the they want this to happen gordon are they are they a hidden hand behind broadcom well i think not so much behind broadcom but certainly behind wa wa and broadcom qualcomm does have chinese links but it was really clear that this was an issue that broadcom shareholder model business model really was one that would just not permit qualified now it's the it's the thriller reader in me that ask this gordon based in singapore that that that that's a clue at a thriller is it a clue here well it it could very well be i mean hopton who is the guy behind broadcom is now a naturalized us citizen and broadcom's makes the point that all of its chief is all of its senior executives plus all of its directors but one are us citizens and that broadcom itself will be redone missile in the united states now that won't happen for a little while and what we're seeing at this particular time is essentially you know president trump understanding what was it steak so this was technically foreign acquisition of a us company but this foreign acquirer was about to become us itself it's not so much the nature of the shareholder it's what that shareholder acquirer was going to do to qualcomm.