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July 2011

Following the rapid proliferation of mobile devices, especially smart phones, both server-based and embedded speech and multimodal applications started to emerge.

Databeans, one of the market research organizations that follow the semiconductor industry, recently published its updated worldwide semiconductor revenue forecast for 2011.

Broken down into categories, it projects market growth for discrete, analog, logic, memory, microcontroller units (MCUs), microprocessor units MPUs, opto, sensors, and the smallest sector in the list—digital signal processors (DSPs).

The SPS Awards Board is now accepting nominations for 2011 major SPS awards.

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