Intel’s Wireless ICs Denied Latest Processes

Intel’s move on the wireless market may fail for the same reason that its X-Scale and ASIC ventures failed – because it’s not putting its wireless parts on advanced processes.

It is only this year, some 18 months after Intel started running its 32nm process, that a wireless chip-set - Medfield - is going to be run on a 32nm process.



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