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Systems Leverage Multiple Skyworks LTE and Wi-Fi
October 5, 2017 - Irvine, California - Skyworks Solutions, Inc. (NASDAQ: SWKS). Want a simple explanation about
5G and how it will revolutionize wireless connectivity in our daily lives? Skyworks has as
easy-to-understand video to help!
Skyworks has recently launched "5G in Five Minutes," the first in a series of videos where
Skyworks CTO Peter Gammel explains the critical components for 5G and their importance in
the evolution of 5G technologies. As an innovator of high performance analog semiconductors,
Skyworks is advancing its technology leadership and extending its product reach to help enable
some of the world's most exciting, next generation communication platforms - all in support
of our vision of Connecting Everyone and Everything, All the Time.
Additional 5G Resources!
White Paper: 5G in Perspective - A Pragmatic Guide to What's Next
5G technology paper examines the current state of LTE networks, discusses
ways it could evolve to deliver a 5G user experience, and identifies the tools and techniques
required to support up to a 100x data throughput improvement.
Skyworks Solutions, Inc. is empowering the wireless networking revolution. Our highly innovative
analog semiconductors are connecting people, places and things spanning a number of new and
previously unimagined applications within the automotive, broadband, cellular infrastructure,
connected home, industrial, medical, military, smartphone, tablet and wearable markets. Skyworks
is a global company with engineering, marketing, operations, sales and support facilities
located throughout Asia, Europe and North America and is a member of the S&P 500® and
Nasdaq-100® market indices (NASDAQ: SWKS). For more information, please visit Skyworks' website
Any forward-looking statements contained in this press release are intended to qualify
for the safe harbor from liability established by the Private Securities Litigation Reform
Act of 1995. Forward-looking statements include without limitation information relating to
future events, results and expectations of Skyworks. Forward-looking statements can often
be identified by words such as "anticipates," "expects," "forecasts," "intends," "believes,"
"plans," "may," "will" or "continue," and similar expressions and variations (or negatives)
of these words. Actual events and/or results may differ materially and adversely from such
forward-looking statements as a result of certain risks and uncertainties including, but not
limited to, our ability to timely and accurately predict market requirements and evolving
industry standards and to identify opportunities in new markets; our ability to develop, manufacture,
and market innovative products and avoid product obsolescence; our ability to compete in the
marketplace and achieve market acceptance of our products; the availability and pricing of
third-party semiconductor foundry, assembly and test capacity, raw materials and supplier
components; the quality of our products; and other risks and uncertainties identified in the
"Risk Factors" section of Skyworks' most recent Annual Report on Form 10-K (and/or Quarterly
Report on Form 10-Q) as filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission ("SEC"). Copies
of Skyworks' SEC filings can be obtained, free of charge, on Skyworks' website (www.skyworksinc.com) or at the SEC's
website (www.sec.gov). Any forward-looking
statements contained in this press release are made only as of the date hereof, and we undertake
no obligation to update or revise the forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new
information, future events or otherwise.
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