The world's leading mobile phone maker Nokia, announced today that it will join forces with the world's largest chip maker, Intel, to provide users of it's handset faster voice and data services. The tie-up also includes high-speed broadband connections to the Internet.
The Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access (WiMAX), is a standards-based wireless technology that provides high-speed connections over long distances. It can be used for broadband connections, hotspots and high-speed enterprise connectivity for businesses.
"For mobile devices and notebook platforms, Intel and Nokia will work closely to identify and deliver the unique power and performance requirements of the technology," Nokia said. It will also create new opportunities for consumer and enterprise markets.
The companies stated that the cooperation, using WiMAX technology for mobile clients, building network infrastructures and market development, will bring customers new services and features.
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