The announcement that Nokia would use Intel chips in its forthcoming WiMAX devices was hardly unexpected, given that the two giants have been working together for more than two years in this area. But it is still very valuable for Intel to have gained a firm contract rather than just a development partnership, since it has …
Would that be "not cheap" then?
I suppose one says 'terribly cheap'.
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