Intel, Nokia and Nokia Siemens collaborate on Wimax products

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Intel, Nokia and Nokia Siemens collaborate on Wimax products

Antony Savvas

Intel, Nokia and Nokia Siemens Networks are collaborating on the interoperability of mobile devices, laptops and networks in dealing with Wimax long-range wireless services.

As part of the partnership, a Nokia Internet Tablet device will be launched using Intel Wimax silicon in 2008.

Nokia said it will use Intel's Wimax silicon product, which is codenamed "Baxter Peak" and designed specifically for mobile internet and consumer electronic devices, in its forthcoming Nokia Nseries Internet Tablets.

The Internet tablets will be among the first Wimax-enabled internet devices expected to ship to the new market in 2008.

"Wimax enables the mobile internet and 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," said Raviv Melamed, general manager of Intel's Mobile Wireless Group.





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