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(keitai-l) Re: [offtopic-cpu] Who is responsible for imode in AT&T and KPN?

From: Dargel, Brian A <dargelb_at_intel.co.jp>
Date: 05/26/01
Message-ID: <21ADC6D1B7A3D411B4DF00A0C96B54010642BA_at_jpsmsx32.jp.intel.com>
Ben,

Xscale is a next generation core RISC, and is the follow-up chip to the
StrongArm.  All the wireless chip companies are busy trying to develop and
optimize new ways to provide the most processing power at the lowest power
consumption.  Should be neet to see how handset capability will really take
off in the coming years...

Brian

-----Original Message-----
From: Ben Hutchings [mailto:ben.hutchings_at_roundpoint.com]
Sent: Saturday, May 26, 2001 2:41 AM
To: keitai-l_at_appelsiini.net
Subject: (keitai-l) Re: [offtopic-cpu] Who is responsible for imode in
AT&T and KPN?


Brian A Dargel wrote:
<snip>
> There are already Intel Baseband chips (with ARM cores) in J-phone
> Kenwood and a few others (Intel bought DSP-Communications which is a
> baseband chip design house a year or so ago)...  
>
> But regarding a seperate applications processor seperate from the
> communications baseband, please see the following press release..
> 
> http://www.intel.com/pressroom/archive/releases/in092500a.htm
> 
> Currently all the phones in Japan have a single baseband which is
> also responsible, through the ARM core, for all the applications 
> (i-mode, JAVA, etc....) ...  
<snip>

How about this more recent announcement:

http://www.intel.com/pressroom/archive/releases/20010517comp.htm

"XScale" is just the new name for StrongARM, right?

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Received on Sat May 26 18:40:22 2001