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Smartphone Apps Processor Market Share 2011 Qualcomm Takes the Lead in Units and Revenue

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Global smartphone applications processor revenues registered a robust 70 percent Y / Y growth to reach $7.98 billion in 2011. Qualcomm and Samsung dominated the market and together accounted for almost three quarters of total smartphone applications processor revenues in 2011. Broadcom showed ten fold revenue growth and finished as the number five player in 2011 on the strength of its high-volume design-wins. For the first time, Qualcomm led the smartphone applications processor market in both unit shipment and revenue share terms in 2011. This report tracks stand-alone and integrated smartphone applications processor unit shipments, revenue market share and ASPs for 13 chip vendors from Q1 2008 to Q4 2011.
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