Simon Segars, CEO of ARM Holdings, says the smartphone market will continue to see innovation, despite concerns that the high-end device space is becoming saturated.» Read More
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Prathima Bommakanti, industry analyst for test and measurement at Frost & Sullivan, discusses the outlook for ARM after the group delivered "good growth" in 2013.
Simon Segars, CEO of ARM Holdings, says if the selloff in emerging markets is a reflection of consumer sentiment, then it could affect the company's sales.
Simon Segars, CEO of ARM Holdings, says there is lots of innovation ahead at the high-end of mobiles devices and discusses the group's outlook for 2014.
Nick James, director of equity research at Numis Securities, expects Arm Holdings' growth to slow over the next few quarters as the high-end smartphone market becomes saturated.
Simon Segars, CEO of ARM Holdings, says that there are opportunities for the company's technology in the low-end smartphone market, particularly in developing markets.
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Apple stock remains attractive, Kevin Landis of First Hand Technology Funds says.
ARM Holdings CEO Simon Segars gets into why he says "competition is good" in his industry because it prompts innovation and reveals his plans to increase shareholder value.
Simon Segars, CEO of Arm Holdings, comments on quarterly results, "record" cash generation.
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Warren East, CEO of ARM Holdings, says the outlook for the company is good despite weakness in the industry in the first quarter.
Warren East, CEO of ARM Holdings, tells CNBC they are moving well beyond the mobile space into the infrastructure that sits around that.
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