|01/18/2023||Zomedica to Take Control of New Assay Development and Manufacturing of TRUFORMA Product Line through Long-Term Licensing Agreement with Qorvo Biotechnologies|
|01/18/2023||Qorvo to Webcast Quarterly Earnings Conference Call on February 1, 2023|
|01/17/2023||Qorvo Recognized with HONOR’s 2022 Golden Supplier Award|
|01/03/2023||Qorvo to Demonstrate Smart and Secure UWB-based Indoor Navigation via Smartphones at CES2023|
|12/12/2022||Qorvo Receives 2022 Most Respected Public Semiconductor Company Award from the GSA|
Thanks to their minimal size, high efficiency, and low power consumption, small devices like wearables, hearables and IoT devices are dependent on PMICs. With the help of Qorvo’s Configurable Intelligent Power Solutions (ActiveCiPS™), these tiny, high-performance PMICs maximize system efficiency and performance while providing design flexibility and lowering the bill-of-materials cost.
Efforts such as reducing a company's carbon footprint to lessen its impact on the environment, working to eliminate human trafficking and creating equal opportunities that offer living wages are businesses' moral obligations. It’s the responsibility of everyone who works for us or does business with us, including customers and partners, to share in those efforts. This year’s report also provides more data on our energy consumption, waste management program and information on early career programs and workforce training and development.
Explore the latest developments in automotive with our new ebook, covering RF and Power, V2X architectures, eCall and more.
What do lost car keys, Wi-Fi speed and antennas have in common? They are all topics that most interested our Qorvo blog visitors in 2022, and all have to do with connectivity. Read the blog posts that made the top five list.
Each generation of smartphone adds more features and complexity. But sizes of smartphones generally do not grow. This means designers need to fit these new features inside the same area as previous generations. In this blog, we explore some design techniques to assist smartphone system designers with creative ways to make more room.
Good news for 5G IoT designs is on the horizon. Unlike smartphones, IoT doesn’t need all the rich capabilities of the current 5G specifications, and RedCap (Reduced Capability) reduces requirements for IoT devices, which opens the door for simpler designs, reduced cost and smaller devices. Read on to learn more about the exciting possibilities.