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December 2011 (8)

MEET OUR TEAM: Adrienne, Software Engineer, Qualcomm R&D

Working on Qualcomm’s Research & Development team sometimes means that we can’t share the top-secret project details. That’s exactly the case with Adrienne; she’s working on some exciting breakthroughs in biologically inspired computing that we’ll likely hear about down the road. But, mum’s the word for now. Meet Adrienne and hear about her experiences working on Qualcomm’s R&D team.
Dec 14, 2011

Qualcomm's Luby Awarded IEEE Richard W. Hamming Medal

IEEE, the world’s largest professional association for the advancement of technology, has more than 400,000 members from all over the globe who collaborate on technology projects in aerospace, communications, robots and more. We’re proud to announce today that our very own Mike Luby, Qualcomm’s vice president of technology, has been awarded the 2012 IEEE Richard W. Hamming Medal for his work in coding theory.

Dec 12, 2011 by PJ Jacobowitz

Celebrating Sony Ericsson’s industry first for WebGL

In a previous post, I provided three reasons why developers should adopt WebGL and discussed the importance of enabling the next generation of use cases for “HTML5-related” 3D graphics within mobile web browsers. The complexity and richness of content on the web continues to increase, and there is a renewed focus from web site and web app developers to utilize the latest functionality--from enabling applications that work in off-line mode, to visually adding complex two and three dimensional graphical elements to enrich their sites.

Dec 8, 2011 by Sayeed Choudhury

MEET OUR TEAM: Navrina, Business Development, Qualcomm R&D

Have you ever imagined working with a team who literally thinks up that next 'big' idea? Our Research & Development teams are challenged everyday to push the envelope of what is possible today; paving the way for the products of tomorrow. Meet Navrina and learn a little about what it's like to work on the business development side of Qualcomm Corporate Research & Development. Imagine the possibilities!
Dec 7, 2011

Marching toward femto networks!

During my recent talk about small cells and their evolution toward higher coverage, capacity and reach, a listener asked me, “Isn’t that what today’s picocells offer?” The answer is, “Exactly!” As we move toward femto networks, femtos will be used as traditional picocells, combining the plug and play benefit of femto architecture with larger coverage and capacity of picocells. Our recent announcement of femto chipsets supporting up to 32 users is a major step in that direction.

Dec 5, 2011 by Prakash Sangam

Qualcomm Wireless Health Gets a New Life!

Just before Thanksgiving, I wrote about the challenges medical device makers face in integrating wireless technologies into their solutions, and the need for a cost-effective, reliable wireless health ecosystem that enables app developers, device makers, health service companies and analytics companies to collaborate without worrying about interoperability and integration.
Dec 5, 2011 by Rick Valencia

MEET OUR TEAM: Justin Moy, Software Engineer

Justin joined Qualcomm in June 2010 after graduating from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with a degree in Computer Science. Working in Qualcomm's CDMA Technologies division on the APT Multimedia Team, Justin gets to work on a little of everything - from camera testing to 3D graphics to writing code. Watch his video to get a first hand look into Justin's experience at Qualcomm.
Dec 1, 2011

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