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Sep 28, 2007 4:00 am#

Scott Hinojos
I lifted this from here: http://www.telecomcareers.net/SMF/doc_hitechemploy.asp?SMContentIndex=1&SMContentSet=0 ...with due credit, of course. :)


Intel to make mobile WiMax chips for Nokia

United Press International - September 26, 2007

CHICAGO, Sep 26, 2007 (UPI via COMTEX) -- U.S. computer chipmaker Intel Corp. said Wednesday it would make mobile WiMax chips codenamed "Baxter Peak" for cell phone maker Nokia Corp.

Neither Intel, of Santa Clara, Calif., nor Nokia, of Espoo, Finland, would say the value of the deal, which is Intel's first for Nokia's mobile devices.

The chips are intended to become part of a new WiMax-enabled convergence mobile device that Nokia expects to ship next year, the companies said.

The device, called an Internet tablet, which Nokia introduced in Europe in 2005, supports digital multimedia services such as music streaming and playback, videos, photographs, mobile gaming and Internet services, including browsing, e-mail functions, Internet radio and Web feeds.

WiMax "makes it possible to get content on a variety of new mobile devices at broadband speed, and our Baxter Peak solution is designed specifically for these exciting new devices," Intel Mobile Wireless Group General Manager Raviv Melamed said.

The Nokia Nseries Internet tablets are based on the open-source Linux operating system, creating an "open Internet," Nokia said.

URL: www.upi.com

Copyright 2007 by United Press International


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