Nokia and Intel Partner to deliver joint wireless devices

For the 3rd time the world’s number one mobile phone maker Nokia and the world’s largest computer chip maker Intel are attempting to collaborate on wireless handsets reports businessweek.

Apparently this time round, after the first two aborted attempts, Nokia and Intel has stated they are embarking on a long-term partnership, and as part of that partnership, Nokia will purchase Intel chips and Intel will licence Nokia’s mobile phone radio tech.

Both Nokia and Intel will also collaborate on any software to be used on the mobile devices which will include the Nokia Maemo OS and Intel’s Moblin OS.

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