SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 8, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- UBM Electronics, a UBM company and the daily source of essential business and technical information for the electronics industry's decision makers, today announced a sneak peek inside the September issue of EE Times Confidential, a premium, subscription-based online intelligence report for business executives, investors, strategic marketers and financial analysts in the global electronics industry.
Issue highlights include:
The Big Idea: Notebook Players Shifting Gears For Mobile Race
As Intel and ARM joust over the future of computing, who holds the key to victory? The unexpected answer is Taiwan's notebook manufacturers. Now that the once-great PC makers like IBM and Hewlett-Packard have ceded much of their turf to Asian manufacturers, Taiwan's top systems makers describe how they are making a gut-wrenching shift to tomorrow's ARM/Linux smartphones and tablets.
Company Teardown: Why Cisco Needs a Reorg 2.0
After a decade-long acquisition binge, Cisco Systems has lost its way. The company must begin shedding its consumer-related units like Linksys and WebEx and return to its networking roots.
EET on the QT:
- The patent chase
- End of the line for mobile broadcast TV chips
- Rambus Labs prepares to tackle imaging technology
- The race to fill white-space spectrum
VC Watch: Lime Tunes Flexible Radio for a Move Into Mobile Devices
The U.K. startup Lime Microsystems thinks it has found a way to leverage its radio transceiver chips for use in new types of basestations, including those used with mobile devices.
Market Data: The outlines of a national smart grid are beginning to emerge, meaning it's time to consider where the biggest opportunities reside for potential equipment suppliers.
Each edition of EE Times Confidential provides an exploration of new business models, eco-systems, and hot technology trends to watch; a concise overview designed to give busy business executives a quick but complete rundown on a particular market, technology, or business issue; tracking of VC investment, startup births and deaths, as well as identifying new industry trends; exclusive news stories from an insider perspective - including business deals and new technology partnerships, personnel changes and analysis covering what's behind the news; and market intelligence, including the tracking of market data and technology advancements. EE Times Confidential is available to subscribers as a downloadable PDF.
EE Times Confidential subscribers access the online intelligence report through a secure website – www.eetimesconfidential.com – available solely for EE Times Confidential subscribers. An annual subscription to EE Times Confidential is $497 per person and corporate subscriptions are available.
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