Qualcomm snaps up chipmaker Wilocity for around $400 million
The Israeli company’s high-speed chip will give users the ability to download video and other cumbersome content more quickly.
U.S. tech giant Qualcomm has acquired Wilocity, an Israeli startup that develops high-speed wireless chipsets, for what sources put at around $400 million.
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