Our value to the wireless industry:
GigaCircuits, Inc. is applying its patented ceramic nanotechnology to address fundamental non-technical
constraints in the $130 billion wireless handset industry.
shows that the wireless handset is at an inflection point and risks heading towards STAGNATION without a dramatic
cut in the number of components that are used in the assembly of 3G handsets. In response to this inevitable
transition, GigaCircuits is developing next generation manufacturing solutions that will transform the
traditional wireless procurement system into a consumer demand-driven supply chain that will effectively lower costs
through the systematic implementation of Just-in-Time (JIT), Lean, and 6 Sigma methodologies,
minimizing acquisition and mark-up levels and maximizing logistical efficiencies.This transformation
will be catalyzed by applying GigaCircuits' patented ceramic nanotechnology to do for passive circuit integration what
the silicon chip did for transistor assemblies, culminating in the development of a radical radio technology that
will place its micro-antenna circuit modules at the heart of future Smart phone design.
|05 27 08 -
GigaCircuits intellectual property
expands into antenna modules.
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|01 29 08 -
Dr. Walter J. Trybula ,
Director, Nanomaterials Applications Center at Texas State University thinks GigaCircuits’
patented technology will “enable high value manufacturing to return [to the United States]’
, while announcing new alliance with the company.
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|10 03 07 -
L. Pierre de Rochemont presents "Using
Nanotechnology to Navigate the Emerging Inflection Point in the Wireless Industry" at nanoTX'07
in Dallas, TX.
| 08 12 07 -
Collaboration initiated between GigaCircuits, Inc.
and ST Microelectronics.
ST Microelectronics, a worldwide leader of integrated circuits selected as a strategic 3G chipset
supplier for Nokia Corp., stated that it is eager to evaluate GigaCircuits technology for
two main applications: high performance value low profile inductor coils and frequency-selective antennas.
"GigaCircuits may bring a very competitive advantage for these two technologies",
said Laurent Jamet, New Technology and Business Development Director, ST Microelectronics,
Cellular and Broadband Division, Grenoble, France.
| 05 01 07 -
Mark E. Pecen, Ph.D.,
Vice President of Advanced Technology, Research-in-Motion, Ltd., joins GigaCircuits Advisory Board.
|04 01 07 -
Juha Jussila-Song joins the company as GigaCircuits'
Director of Marketing and Supply Chain Management.
| 02 01 07 -
L. Pierre de Rochemont is introduced by Don Brown,
Director of the International Wireless Industry Consortium as "a man who, in the years to come, will be
recognized as one of our industry's leaders" when GigaCircuits' Founder & CEO presents "Antenna:
Simple Component or Wireless Inflection Point?" at the IWPC Workshop on Handset Antenna Technologies
in Durham, North Carolina, January 30th through February 2nd, 2007.
| 01 25 07 -
GigaCircuits scanning filtering antenna system
is mentioned as a "promising technology path" in a report to the Software Defined Radio Forum by
| 10 25 06 -
L. Pierre de Rochemont is invited to present "Novel Miniaturized Antennas
for Reconfigurable Radios"
at the IWPC Workshop on Reconfigurable/Smart Radios, Power Management and Smart User Interface held
during October 22nd through October 27th in Grenoble, France.
|04 25 06 -
L. Pierre de Rochemont presents "Novel Architecture
for Low Power/Feature-Rich Handset Radios" at the
IWPC conference in San Jose.
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