Study: Windows 8 to help drive demand for Bluetooth chips

09/30/2011 | EE Times India (free registration)

IMS Research estimates that shipments of dual-mode Bluetooth low-energy chips will reach 200 million units by 2015, reflecting increased demand for netbooks, notebooks and tablet computers. The market research firm noted that Windows 8, the next generation of the ubiquitous Microsoft operating system, will support a number of wireless connectivity standards, including Bluetooth low energy, Wi-Fi Direct and near-field communication.

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