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Wireless Technology Leading Innovator - A Case Study of Qualcomm

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Abstract: Qualcomm Company was founded in San Diego, California, in July 1985 by Irwin Jacobs and Seven. Qualcomm is a multinational American corporation that seeks to design, create and deliver semiconductor devices and facilities to the industry. Qualcomm originates most of its income from the companies that produce chips and grant patents. Qualcomm has headquarters in nearly 33 nations, with around 35,400 staff worldwide. Qualcomm s quarterly income recorded a 2 percent rise compared to the prior financial process for the fiscal year 2018 of US$ 21.301 billion. Its stocks traded between 51 and 75 dollars per stock; its market capitalism was assessed at 105 billion dollars at the beginning of 2018. The business places 133rd in revenue among the biggest US companies in the Fortune 500 ranking. The firm concentrates on a variety of sectors such as a car, schooling, health, networking, Internet for all, portable technology, intelligent housing, intelligent towns, intelligent home applications, and wearables. Qualcomm products include Gobi, IPQ, Snapdragon, Powerline, VIVE Wi-Fi Platforms, Mirasol, Pixtronix, AllPlay, 2net, Brew, HealthyCircles, QChat, QLearn, RaptorQ, Halo and WiPower. Qualcomm products include all types of Gobi, Hy-fi and IPQ products. In the present article, we analyze Qualcomm s business policies by learning different areas of background, economic policy, STEEP evaluation, and SWOT analyzes goods.

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