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Issue #2003 - 23 (August 2003)
(Updated Aug. 19, 2003)


Technology News This Week

Intel to Develop Wireless Broadband Chipset
Intel is turning its attention to broadband wireless for use as a "last mile" connection. The company announced plans to develop a chipset based on the 802.16a metropolitan area network (MAN) standard. The chipsets will be compatible with the Centrino Wi-Fi chipset, Pro/Wireless network connections, and network processors for wireless infrastructure.

MobileInfo Comments and Advisory: Intel is serious about wireless. It is spreading itself into all of Wi-Fi and MAN chip product areas. Should TI and others give Intel some competition in IEEE 802.16 area - good for the industry, good for Intel and of course, good for the ultimate users - municipalities, and enterprises with campus like buildings in the same geographical area. 

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