Intel, Nokia, Nokia Siemens announce WiMAX pact

Intel, Nokia and Nokia Siemens announced an interoperability agreement that will eventually see Intel's WiMAX chips embedded into Nokia devices to ensure interoperability across Nokia Siemens' infrastructure, Nokia's handsets and Intel-backed devices.

Nokia will use Intel's Baxter Peak mobility chipset in its N Series Internet Tablets, the ultra-portable computer line Nokia currently powers with WiFi and the first WiMAX handheld Nokia plans to ship in 2008.

For more about the deal:
- read this report from Telephony
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and this press release

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