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Friday, 30 March 2007 17:08

Former Intel Wireless Technology sold to AMD

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Changing sides


The company that acquired the mobile phone chip business of Intel last year, is getting close to AMD.

 
Marvell has joined a PC technology support programme being championed by AMD and it could mean that former Intel wireless chip technology used to support AMD process-based designs.


According to Electronics Weekly, Marvell will be bringing its wireless silicon to the programme including its TopDog 802.11n Wi-Fi chipsets.


Marvell is also considering a move into high volume 3G mobile phone chips.

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