Qualcomm @ MWC 2014 day three

By : |February 27, 2014 0

BARCELONA, SPAIN: As day three of Mobile World Congress comes to an end, Qualcomm has announced major developments.

Connectivity

* Curios to know what LTE Cat 6 speeds mean for you? Hear from Qualcomm’s CTO, Matt Grob, on how your next smartphone may have a faster Internet connection than your home computer here.

                                 

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*Rasmus Hellberg, Qualcomm’s senior director of Technical Marketing participated in a FierceWireless panel alongside AT&T Labs and SK Telecom among others. The panel discussed the current status of LTE Advanced globally and provided insights into the pros and cons of deploying the technology.

Qualcomm Snapdragon – Enabling devices you love

* Get Hands on with the newly announced Lenovo Yoga Tablet 10 HD – check out the great experiences the Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor enables.

* Qualcomm Technologies Inc. has developed a C++ based programming library and API called Qualcomm MARE (Multicore Asynchronous Runtime Environment) that allows developers to perform parallel programming for multicore CPU’s on smartphones and tablets.

MARE provides Android native code developers with powerful and easy to use abstractions to write parallel software that can better harness the compute potential of multicore CPUs in mobile SOCs. The user level library has been designed to support both Qualcomm SnapdragonTM as well as non Qualcomm ARM based Android smartphones & tablets.

Digital 6th sense

* Don Jones, VP of Global Strategy and Market Development for Qualcomm Life, today delivered a keynote at mPowered in the Fira Montjuïc. Talking as part of the health track, Don discussed the obstacles delaying and preventing mobile health deployments at scale and talked about Qualcomm’s work in driving forward this promising industry.

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