Intel and Nokia Ink Strategic Partnership
Today Nokia and Intel announced a new partnership that is meant to speed the development of connected mobile devices. The companies say they will create devices that are based on standard Moblin and Maemo open-source mobile Linux. They also say the devices will have "user-friendly pocketable form factors" that have powerful processing capabilities and will always be connected to a wireless network. The companies didn't specifically define if the devices will be phones or other mobile computing devices. The two companies will also work together on the development of the Moblin and Maemo Linux platforms. In addition, Intel has licensed some of Nokia's HSPA/3G modem technologies, which it can use in its chipsets.
Intel Debuts 5G Radios
Intel today announced a range of 5G modems for mobile devices that rely on various technologies to handle the transition from 4G to 5G. The XMM 8000 series will handle multi-mode operations on 600 MHz and mmWave band around the globe and will be ideal for PCs, phones, and fixed wireless equipment.
Intel Says It Has a 5G Modem
Intel today announced next-generation modem for mobile devices, aptly named the Intel 5G Modem. Intel says the idea behind the 5G Modem is to help push the development of 5G ahead.
Intel to Work with Rezence for Wireless Charging
Intel today announced a new partnership with the Alliance for Wireless Power. Intel will adopt the A4WP's Rezence wireless charging standard and is working with a handful of device makers to bring wireless charging to public spaces, such as restaurants, hotels, and airports.
Intel Claims LTE Modem to Deliver 1 Gigabit Speeds
Intel today announced the XMM 7560 LTE modem, a fifth-generation wireless radio that can produce broadband-like speeds in a variety of mobile devices. The XMM 7560 is manufactured using Intel's 14nm process and supports LTE Advanced Category 16 for downloads up to 1 Gbps and Category 13 for uploads up to 225 Mbps.