Intel: WiMAX/WiFi chip coming in ultramobile PCs


Intel Senior Vice President Arun Chandrasekhar indicated that more than one-third of the ultramobile PCs coming to market later this year will include Intel's Atom Centrino platform, which offers a combination of WiMAX and WiFi. During the VON.x conference in San Jose this week, Chandrasekhar said of the 35 third-party designs for Atom Centrino devices scheduled to come to market in the second quarter, 37 percent will include WiMAX. Fourteen percent will include only WiFi and 49 percent will include a combination of WiFi and HSPA (High-Speed Packet Access).

To read more about Intel's Atom Centrino platform:
- check out this article from IDG News Service

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- Intel, Nokia, Nokia Siemens announce WiMAX pact Report

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