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Nokia tablets to be equipped with Intel WiMAX adapter
To ensure that WiMAX mobile devices do not conflict with other products worldwide, Intel, Nokia and Nokia Siemens Networks announced that they have begun a massive interoperability review of Intel’s WiMAX adapters for laptop and mobile Internet. devices, Nokia WiMAX devices and Nokia Siemens Networks WiMAX network equipment.
Nokia also said it will use Intel’s WiMAX adapters, codenamed Baxter Peak, designed specifically for a variety of electronic and mobile Internet devices, in its upcoming Nokia Nseries tablets. These tablet Internet devices will be among the first WiMAX solutions for open Internet access, to be commercially available in 2021.
Intel, Nokia and Nokia Siemens Networks have already begun testing their equipment and devices for interoperability with products from other manufacturers, as well as for compliance with industry standards – work is carried out in the Herndon testing laboratory of the operator Sprint. This cross-vendor interoperability test will dramatically reduce the time it takes to successfully meet all WiMAX specifications and will significantly accelerate time to market.
Intel and Nokia, along with 500 other WiMAX Forum attendees, continue to work towards end-to-end specifications for global, interoperable WiMAX-based devices and networks.
Nokia Nseries Internet Tablet devices are designed for a variety of Internet use patterns with an innovative new computing platform that fits in your pocket. The platform includes a complete suite of applications aimed at active Internet users: Mozilla web browser, email functionality, and support for many popular applications such as Skype and Rhapsody.
Nokia Nseries devices run Linux and implement the concept of an “open internet” from both Nokia and Intel’s perspective, providing broadband Internet access to users on the go. This platform will be released in 2021 with an Intel WiMAX adapter, codenamed Baxter Peak, and will run on the Sprint Xohm WiMAX network.
Unlike Intel codenamed Echo Peak for laptops and mobiles, based on the same WiMAX technology, Baxter Peak is optimized for even smaller devices with lower power consumption. It also includes a multi-channel input / output (MIMO) antenna for better signal reception and bandwidth in harsh environments.