Intel joins Compaq in 3G device development

Intel and Compaq have announced details of a joint initiative aimed at supporting the development of wireless Internet-access...

Intel and Compaq have announced details of a joint initiative aimed at supporting the development of wireless Internet-access devices and applications.

As part of the agreement, Compaq will support Personal Internet Client Architecture (PCA), Intel's blueprint for building third generation (3G) wireless devices and software for voice-enabled Internet access.

Compaq will also offer its iPaq PocketPC, which is based on Intel's StrongARM processor, as a reference platform in Intel PCA developer kits.

Intel announced a similar partnership with Symbian earlier this week, the companies teaming up to recruit developers for Intel's PCA architecture on Symbian's operating system.

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