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Issue #2003 - 17 (May 2003)
(Updated May 24, 2003)


Intel Lands 35% of the Handheld Device Processor Market

In just two years, Intel has gained 35 percent of the chip market for handhelds, according to research firm IDC. Citing this information, the company believes it is on track to hit 50 percent by the close of 2003. Intel's StrongARM SA-1110 processor and XScale chip have been used in many of the popular handsets available on the market, including devices from Palm, Sony, Hewlett-Packard and Dell Computer. Intel's products come in speeds over 400MHz, which allow devices to support high-end features such as Wi-Fi connectivity and digital content playback. The company is currently working on its next-generation processor, called Bulverde. (Source: CNet News) 

Source: CNet via CTIA Daily Service

MobileInfo Comments and Advisory: Intel has taken a major portion of handheld chip market in a short period of two years. We expect it to hit 50% market share by next year.

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