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Qualcomm Acknowledges 3G Chipset Glitch

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Apr 4, 2002, 4:44 PM   by (staff)

QUALCOMM Incorporated today acknowledged an error which could occur in a small portion of the early shipments of its CDMA2000 1X MSM5100™ and MSM5105™ chipsets that could result in certain performance issues of wireless devices using those chipsets. The error was immediately detected and corrected, customers were notified and QUALCOMM is now shipping large production volumes of the MSM5100 and MSM5105 to customers worldwide. In related news, Audiovox today blamed slow first-quarter sales on delayed carrier approval of its upcoming 1x handsets, which Audiovox attributed to a chipset software problem, presumably the same issue acknowledged today by Qualcomm.


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