Qorvo, Inc.

7628 Thorndike Road
Greensboro, NC 27409
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Qorvo, Inc.
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Networking & 5G

embedded world 2022: Qorvo Solves the IoT's Toughest Tech Challenges - Press Release

May 23, 2022

Interconnectivity, automation, machine learning and real-time data. These are top demands of Industry 4.0 where Qorvo's Ultra-Wideband, Low Power RF and Wi-Fi solutions create a better-connected ecosystem. One that is safer, smarter and increases productivity and efficiency. Discover how Qorvo solves the IoT's toughest tech challenges and has the top design, manufacturing, applications and engineering support to serve the world's leading customers.

Networking & 5G

Embedded Executive: Cees Links, GM, Wireless Business Division, Qorvo - Podcast

February 02, 2022

WiFi is on the move again. WiFi 6 is becoming more entrenched, but WiFi 7 is just around the corner. Are these new iterations really necessary, or is it just a way to get users to upgrade to the latest and greatest?


Qorvo Introduces World’s Smallest, 20-Watt Single-Chip Programmable Motor Control and Drive Solution for Brushless DC Motors - News

January 07, 2021

Integrated, system-on-chip PAC is first to deliver intelligent solution with FLASH-programmable MCU and MOSFETs in a single device.


Qorvo at Embedded World 2020 - Press Release

February 24, 2020

Qorvo at Embedded World 2020 Hall 3A: 3A-139.

Analog & Power

Qorvo's USB Fast Charger PMIC Serves Mobile Devices in Vehicles - News

January 16, 2020

Integrating power and analog functions into a single IC, the ACT4751M meets all power requirements for USB Fast Charger applications


CES 2018: Smart Home Network Convergence Centers Around Wi-Fi - Video

January 16, 2018

Using a Wi-Fi mesh, not only can wireless coverage become more robust, but some of the shorter-range wireless standards can be integrated into comprehensive wireless gateways.


CES 2018: Smart Home Network Convergence Centers Around Wi-Fi - Video

January 16, 2018

Since its inception, the Internet of Things (IoT) has been plagued by an overabundance of competing networking standards. This is one possible explanation for slower-than-expected growth in the smart