A Billion Served by 2013?

My old colleague Jamie Moss, an LBS long-timer who wrote the first European wireless location services studies back in the late 90s when we were both at The Strategis Group, has recently returned to the LBS beat, now over at ABI.  In his most recent work covering the GPS semi space, Moss predicts more technology consolidation, more acquisitions of smaller GPS outfits by other larger mainstream chip suppliers, and upwards of 1 billion GPS chips shipping by 2013 as prices per unit fall under $3.50.