Nokia To Use Intel’s Chips in 2008

Nokia Corp. plans to use Intel Corp. chips in tablet-style devices that will communicate using a technology known as WIMAX. The companies also agreed to engage in testing to ensure that Intel WIMAX chips work effectively with Nokia’s portable devices and networking equipment.
Intel, of Santa Clara, California, has been a champion of WIMAX, a technology for delivering data wirelessly at broadband speeds.
Nokia, not currently an Intel customer, in the year 2008 plans to use an Intel chip, code- named Baxter Peak, in Nokia N-series Internet Tablets.
The Finnish company hopes to supply technology for use in a WIMAX network built by Sprint Nextel Corp.

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