Nokia signed agreement enabling Intel to license HSPA/3G Modem Technologies

Nokia and Intel have signed an agreement that will allow the latter to license Nokia's HSPA/3G modem technologies which further expands Intel's existing computer chipsets.

With an aim to create next generation mobile computing solutions, the two firms have signed an agreement to possibly extent and deliver powerful and flexible computing experience for end-users.

A greater potential impact may lie in the licensing of Nokia's 3G HSPA technology.

Wi-Fi and WiMAX technology are already integrated to Intel's chipsets.

An excerpt to the announcement of both firms on a new mobile platform says that Intel supports multiple mobile broadband standards on its platforms to address the needs of service providers worldwide, and to provide people with an always-connected experience.

3G HSPA would serve as an additional bridge to connect client devices and the licensing of Nokia’s 3G HSPA technology would impact another great advantage.

Nokia's 3G HSPA modem already trusted by most and Intel licensing is another step for executing Nokia's chipset strategy.