At a time when more and more features are being designed into smaller device form factors, combination chipsets would seem like the way to go since more than one connectivity standard is placed into a chip. Combination chipsets have been around for quite some time, but haven’t really taken off, and this might seem to be opposing the current trend. Why is this happening?
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