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Broadcom announces new ‘high-performance component’ deals with Apple, valued at $15B

[2020-01-23 22:14:27]

Chipmaker Broadcom has announced that it has inked two multi-year deals with Apple to provide “high-performance wireless components and modules.” These chips will be used in Apple products for the next three and a half years, Broadcom says. The post Broadcom announces new ‘high-performance component’ deals with Apple, valued at $15B appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Broadcom announces new ‘high-performance component’ deals with Apple, valued at $15B


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