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Worldwide IoT Chipset Market Opportunity, Innovation, Demand and Segmentation (2018-2025) Featuring Altair Semiconductor, Broadcom, Intel, MediaTek, NXP Semiconductors, and more - ResearchAndMarkets.com

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Worldwide IoT Chipset Market Opportunity, Innovation, Demand and Segmentation (2018-2025) Featuring Altair Semiconductor, Broadcom, Intel, MediaTek, NXP Semiconductors, and more - ResearchAndMarkets.com. This research predicts that the market will grow to become a US$ 31 billion industry in 2025, growing at a CAGR of 15% during 2018-2025. The research has also found that the demand will be outpaced by supply as chipset manufacturers are not taking into considerations the several use cases of future that will need IoT chipsets. So, there is going to be huge opportunity for small as well as new players also. However, there remain challenges for IoT chipsets being used in IoT devices. High accuracy, low cost and size, and low power consumptions are highly desired characteristics for IoT chipsets by project managers.

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Apple to Drive Broadcom’s Wireless Revenue in H2 2018

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Apple (AAPL) selected Qorvo (QRVO) as the secondary PAD filter supplier after Broadcom (AVGO), its largest supplier. Broadcom supplied eight components for Apple’s 2017 iPhone models including Wi-Fi/Bluetooth connectivity, wireless charging, and RFFE (radio frequency front end). In its fiscal 2017 filing, Broadcom stated that Apple accounted for over 20% of its fiscal 2017 revenue, up from ~15% in fiscal 2016. Broadcom reports its revenue from Apple in its Wireless Communications segment, which contributes about 30% towards the chip maker’s revenue.

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How Broadcom Is Compensating Investors via Share Buybacks

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Broadcom (AVGO) generally pays out 50% of the previous fiscal year’s free cash flow to its stockholders in cash dividends. The remaining balance of the company’s free cash flow is intended for share repurchases and future acquisitions. Broadcom initiated a $12 billion share buyback plan in April to compensate shareholders for its failed Qualcomm (QCOM) merger.

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Broadcom’s Industry Leading PAM-4 PHY Shipments Surpass 1 Million Ports

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With increased penetration of Broadcom’s high-density terabit LAN switches like the Tomahawk® 3 and Jericho™ 2, Broadcom is on pace to reach the 2 million PAM-4 PHY port shipment milestone by the end of 2018. “Built on proven PAM-4 SerDes technology that are foundational to Broadcom’s state-of-the-art switch processor chips, both merchant silicon and ASIC, Broadcom’s broad portfolio of complementary PAM-4 PHYs enables rapid adoption and drives faster time to market for our customers. As a leading provider of optical PHY solutions for wired infrastructure applications, Broadcom continues to push the boundaries of PAM-4 PHY technology to further drive bandwidth expansion for next generation networks.”. Broadcom offers a comprehensive selection of PAM-4 PHY devices supporting 50G, 100G, 200G and 400G data rates. Broadcom’s PAM-4 PHY devices support optical module, front panel and backplane applications.

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Broadcom Seen Rising Higher On Faster Growth

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Broadcom Corp.'s ( AVGO) stock has risen more than 15% since reaching a low of around $200 in July. The good news is that Broadcom, a major Apple Inc. ( AAPL) iPhone supplier, is poised to rise even higher. Analysts are upping their earnings estimates not only for the balance of this year but also fiscal 2019 and 2020.

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Nomura Upgrades Broadcom (NASDAQ:AVGO), Sees Dividend Hike Ahead

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Broadcom Inc (NASDAQ: AVGO)'s second-quarter earnings were so good that one Wall Street analyst said they had no choice but to upgrade the semiconductor company. Nomura Instinet analyst Romit Shah upgraded Broadcom from Neutral to Buy and raised the price target from $225 to $300. Broadcom’s controversial acquisition of CA, Inc. (NASDAQ: CA) is actually starting to make sense, Shah said in the Monday upgrade note. Based on Nomura’s 2019 and 2020 EPS estimates of $21.19 and $23.26 and Broadcom’s long-term earnings multiple average of 13x, Shah said there is plenty of upside to the stock at its current price.

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Broadcom's stock rallies after Instinet returns to bullish stance

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Shares of Broadcom Inc. climbed 1.8% in premarket trade Monday, after Instinet analyst Romit Shah turned bullish on the chip company, saying there were "so many positive takeaways from earnings" that he was forced to take a more constructive stance. Shah raised his rating to buy, after cutting it to neutral on May 9, and raised his price target to $300 from $225. Among the specific positive takeaways from Broadcom's latest results, the Computer Associates acquisition is finally starting to make some sense, the company's wireless guidance removes the overhang about weakness in the core franchise and a sizeable dividend increases appears on the horizon. The stock has tumbled 12.5% over the past three months, while the PHLX Semiconductor Index has slipped 3.2% and the S&P 500 has gained 4.5%.

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The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Caterpillar, International Paper, MetLife and Broadcom

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Every day the Zacks Equity Research analysts discuss the latest news and events impacting stocks and the financial markets. Regulators have been keeping a close watch on big institutions to lower the possibility of another such crisis. However, the market still has more lessons to learn from the decade-old financial crisis. That time in the United States, Lehman was the fourth-largest investment bank with global employee-base of more than 20,000. Regulators are still encouraging banks to lend money for property purchases despite knowing that Lehman had collapsed following losses from high-risk loans associated to properties in the United Sates.

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