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Intel: Open telecom standards to help development by manufacturers

Posted on Tuesday, September 07 2004 @ 23:06:40 CEST by

Intel is actively working to ensure that telecom equipment makers and ISPs (Internet service providers) have access to open telecom standards for accelerating new applications for their products, according to Michael Chen, director of sales and marketing at Intel Communications Group Asia-Pacific.

The open platform is offered as building blocks that are intended to encourage development of new applications and enable makers and providers to achieve the fastest reasonable time-to-market for their new software and applications, said Chen.

Intel aims to provide these software building blocks to the networking, wireless-networking, storage, flash-memory and handheld-device market segments, Chen added.

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