In case you missed it yesterday, the great news was that Intel and Nokia started up their working together again.
Why do I like this? While I covet an N97 (or even a refurbished N95), my favorite Nokia device was the WiMAX 810 tablet. Mind you this announcement is for the 3GPP side of the equation. Its also for Linux which means (I think) its more of a netbook than a phone.
As you watch the Silicon in the wireless devices of the future, various manufacturers are partnered with the subs or other partners for their strategies.
Down at the base Silicon is in turmoil. Hostile takeovers, forced mergers and stranded investments. Nokia working with Intel to use the chips that are at the heart of the data revolution makes real sense.
One of our speakers at 4GWE is from EB Software who was the design support for the 810. My own take is this will be the key for data network to deliver the full experience of the Internet.
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