The terms of the deal, which closed a week ago, were not disclosed, said Dan Francisco, a spokesman at Santa Clara, California-based Intel.Source: Reuters
Mobilian's chips combine short-range Bluetooth and 802.11b so-called WiFi technology.
"This is a critical area of focus for us -- communications," Francisco said.
Intel is investing heavily in wireless technologies that support its products, particularly its Centrino line of wireless chips for laptops, which were released earlier this year.
Intel acquires Mobilian
Posted on Saturday, November 08 2003 @ 2:08 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Intel has acquired Mobilian, a company with about 70 employees, which develops wireless chips for usage in cell phones and other devices. Mobilian his chips combine short-range Bluetooth and 802.11b WiFi technology :