The company provided details of its Mobile Internet PC 2004 vision, outlining a number of initiatives designed to improve mobile connectivity.
One such technology, dubbed "always best-connected wireless operation", is designed to provide users with wireless connections, either over a cell phone network or via the 802.11 wireless Lan standard.
The event saw a demonstration of how a user would be able to roam between a cell phone network and a wireless Lan, without losing the data connection when switching between the two types of network.
Intel also unveiled a new chipset called Manitoba, designed for future mobile phones. Based on the company's Xscale mobile processor, Intel said the new chip integrated flash memory, processor and cell phone capabilities into a single chip.
New phones based on the chip will offer support for USB and memory cards, allowing them to connect and exchange data with PCs and PDAs.