Intel missed out on shopping season last year, but this year, they will be ready with the following:
- Haswell hybrid convertibles with Dual boot
- 22nm Atom tablets/hybrids with Dual boot
- Internet TV and set-top box
- 22nm Atom phones
Intel says they will ship multimode 4G LTE solutions "in first half of this year".
Pretty sure this is not right as Otelini, himself said no LTE this year. Didn't he?
He said Infineon's LTE solution next year....read from intc website; the MWC news release....and theverge article...XMM 7160 shipping first half of this year. XMM 7160 can be paired with CloverTrail+. 22nm atom can be paired with XMM 7260 later this year
To Al Dumb - for some reason Yahoo won't let me reply to your post. Hopefully you see this anyway -
I'm not a tech guy, buy my layman's understanding is no voice LTE until late 2013, early 2014 (via Infineon). I understand current Intel LTE is for data only, not voice. I'm ready for someone to correct my understanding....
Don't you love Yahoo? 8-)
As I read it, subject to correction, the XMM 7160 is a multi-mode discrete chip that supports data and voice, manufactured on 32nm. The "late 2013, early 2014 version" is 22nm Atom integrated version.
XMM 7160 = Discrete 32nm LTE chip
The newer 22nm integrated version in a couple months.
I like the Patrick Moorhead quote below about picking off the APPL account from QCOM.
"Intel XMM 7160. “ With Intel shipping the XMM 7160 LTE solutions to customers now, this gives them a real shot at picking at Qualcomm’s discrete LTE franchise, particularly with Apple,” said Patrick Moorhead, an analyst with Moor Insights & Strategy."
Isn't the Intel XMM 7160 LTE?
Intel also announced the XMM 7160, a multi-band, multi-mode LTE modem. The XMM 7160 is targeted at smartphones, tablets, and ultrabooks. It supports up to 15 LTE bands in a single radio, which Intel believes will help ease LTE roaming headaches.