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Company Overview of Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.
Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. engages in the research, development, and manufacturing of wireless semiconductor chips. The company was founded in 2011 and is based in San Diego, California. Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of QUALCOMM Incorporated.
5775 Morehouse Drive
San Diego, CA 92121
Founded in 2011
Key Executives for Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.
Executive Vice President and President of Global Market Development
Senior Vice-President of Business Development - Cdma Technologies
Senior Vice President of Business Development
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. Key Developments
Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. Promotes Cristiano Amon to Executive Vice President
Nov 19 15
Qualcomm Incorporated announced that Cristiano Amon has been promoted to Executive Vice President, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. effective immediately. Amon joined Qualcomm in 1995 as an engineer and has subsequently held numerous business and technical leadership roles. For the past three years, Amon has been responsible for Qualcomm's semiconductor business as co-president of QCT and a member of Qualcomm's executive committee. He also previously served as the Chief Technical Officer of Vsper and held positions in NEC, Ericsson and Velocom Inc.
Qualcomm Announces Availability of App Tune-Up Kit
Nov 17 15
Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. has announced the availability of App Tune-up Kit to profile the users' app via a one-touch tool for Android devices. App Tune-up Kit combines years of experience in profiling with the most common questions about app performance to come up with a tool that's easy for casual consumers to use. It also rolls up detailed information that software developers would otherwise spend hours or even days trying to collect and organize. App Tune-up Kit works on any smartphone or tablet running Android 4.0 or later. It should work with any processor, but those with a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor will get extra features like accurate battery power measurements and the ability to rate app against the top 20 apps in Google Play. Start App Tune-up Kit by selecting any app on mobile devices. This launches the selected app and moves App Tune-up Kit to the background so it's out of the way. Just use the app like normally would. In 60-seconds App Tune Up Kit will appear again and the results of the tests will be displayed in an easy to understand dashboard. Review the dashboard in Session Summary. User will see results for Power, CPU, GPU, Thermal and Network profiling. Touch each tab to see how app did in each area. When profile on devices powered by the most popular Snapdragon processors, the results are color-coded to show how one app compares to other apps. Examine the detailed report on which the dashboard is based. As scroll down, App Tune-up Kit lists more than 30 metrics summarized on the dashboard, such as CPU load (average and by each core), GPU performance, temperature, power consumed and network data used (mobile and Wi-Fi). View the metrics in the context of other apps. On selected devices, App Tune-up Kit lets compare any app to either the Top 20 apps in Google Play or the most popular apps in a particular Google Play category, like games. Get recommendations on how to tune and optimize app. Depending on the results, App Tune-up Kit finds performance bottlenecks and suggests ways to improve the quality of app by modifying code. This software makes it easy to determine how much power is consumed when app is running, and how warm the processor gets. Both of those questions are important to consumers, and the answers can affect app performance. Even developers who would like to power profile their app usually stop short because real-time measurement isn't easy. Hardware tools like the Monsoon Power Monitor are needed, but they're expensive, and many phones require that disassemble the device in order to get access to the battery. Beyond the difficulty, though, the results might not tell much. Is it good or bad when an app consumes 1,400mW? It all depends on context, so the dashboard, which is displayed after profile an app, uses color and easy to understand text labels that make it clear whether the power consumption of app is good, OK or higher than average.
Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. and Motorola, Inc. Introduce New Smartphone, the Droid Turbo 2 with ShatterShield Technology
Oct 30 15
Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. has announced that Motorola, Inc. has introduced its new smartphone, the Droid Turbo 2 with ShatterShield technology. The Droid Turbo 2 is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor with 3GB of RAM and an option of 32GB or 64GB internal storage. The device boasts 48 hours of battery life, and features Turbo Charge fast charging technology enabled by Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0. With a shatterproof screen users won't have to worry about cracks obscuring the photos and videos playing on the 5.4-inch Quad HD display.
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