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Intel Huron River platform to push WiMAX

Posted on Saturday, May 22 2010 @ 00:47:03 CEST by

FUD Zilla reports Intel will try to push WiMAX with its upcoming Huron River platform.
Intel’s next generation platform scheduled for Q1 2011 is going offer a few novelties on the WiMAX side. The Huron River platform is supposed to replace Calpella and it will pack Sandy Bridge 32nm monolithic CPU and graphics, all on one unified core.

When it comes to the network part they will continue pushing Intel's Centrino Advanced N + WiMAX 6250 adapter, codenamed Kilmer Peak. Intel has started using Kilmer Peak 2x2 AGN adapters in its top of the Calpella high end notebook list.



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