As smartphone makers devour the processor business, component makers need to invest in IoT

As low-cost Chinese smartphone OEMs, such as Xiaomi and Huawei, increasingly creep into the market, undercutting their western peers, Apple and Samsung are taking to vertical integration – developing their own processors. This move is taking away revenue-critical processor business from leaders s...

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