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System on a chip guide – Spring 2013

Qualcomm, Nvidia, Samsung, and many others, are all vying for that precious system on a chip spot on your phone's circuit board, but which is the best?
by Robert TriggsFebruary 21, 201319

ST-Ericsson touts new quad-core mobile processor that uses half the power of the competition

ST-Ericsson's new NovaThor L8580 quad-core processor will use half the power of its quad-core competitors.
by Shea HarrisJanuary 10, 201315

STMicroelectronics to leave the ST-Ericsson joint venture next year

ST-Ericsson, who you might have heard of thanks to the NovaThor platform in several of Sony's midrange smartphones, was founded in February 2009 as a join venture between ...
by ŠtefanDecember 10, 2012

ST-Ericsson confirms Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini is powered by its NovaThor ModAp chip

With Samsung being rather coy about the processor that the Galaxy S3 Mini uses, chip maker ST-Ericsson has confirmed that the Mini is powered by its NovaThor ModAp CPU, which integrates ...
by Bams SadewoOctober 19, 20122

Ericsson is ‘looking at all possible solutions’ regarding ST-Ericsson

Ericsson, the largest infrastructure vendor in the world, owns a chunk of a company you might have heard of called "ST-Ericsson". The ST stands for STMicroelectronics. The two companies ...
by ŠtefanOctober 9, 2012

How it Works: Systems on a Chip (SoC)

When buying smartphones and tablets, we often talk about their processing power, and make a big fuss of their speed, and whether they can offer single-, dual-, or ...
by Chris SmithJune 8, 201211
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