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Intel CFO: 32nm to drive smartphone push

Intel’s push into the smartphone microprocessor market will happen next year and will be driven by the company’s progress in 32 nanometer technology, says Intel CFO Stacey Smith.

Intel buys OpenedHand

Intel has acquired OpenedHand, a London-based company which specialises in mobile Linux development and services, for an undisclosed sum.

Intel invests in Indian WiMAX

Intel has partnered with Indian operator BSNL on the deployment of WiMAX in the country, a move analysts believe will accelerate rollout and could make India the most promising market for the technology.

AMD to split into two operations

AMD is to split into two companies – one focused on designing microprocessors and the other on the costly business of manufacturing them – in an effort to maintain its position as a rival to Intel.

Sprint unveils WiMAX products at US demo day

US operator Sprint yesterday held a demo day in Baltimore to celebrate the launch of its Xohm WiMAX network in the city and provide details on device availability now that the first laptop computers with embedded WiMAX connectivity have gone on sale

Ericsson, Intel team on HSPA MIDs

Ericsson announced today that it is collaborating with Intel to bring HSPA mobile data connectivity to Mobile Internet Devices (MIDs). The move follows Ericsson’s efforts to embed 3G mobile broadband technology in notebooks.

Intel unveils Moorestown, taps into MID market

Intel yesterday unveiled its new ‘Moorestown’ platform – scheduled for commercial release in the 2009-2010 period – and confirmed its intention to be a major silicon player in the emerging Mobile Internet Device (MID) market.

Intel increases investment in Taiwan WiMAX

Intel has upped its interest in WiMAX technology, investing NT$386 million (US$11.7 million) in Taiwanese operator VMAX and signing an agreement with the country’s Ministry of Economic Affairs to establish a development centre on the island focused on open source software and applications built around its Atom chip.

Intel slashes 4Q outlook

Associated Press reports that Intel has slashed more than US$1 billion from its sales forecast.

Ericsson, Intel partner on security

Ericsson is teaming-up with Intel to ensure that Ericsson’s Mobile Broadband Modules are interoperable with Intel’s Anti-Theft PC Protection Technology for notebooks in an effort to offer a secure anti-theft solution for mobile broadband users.