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Intel to make mobile chip with China’s Rockchip

28
May
2014

By Noel Randewich SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Intel Corp said on Tuesday it reached an agreement with Chinese mobile chipmaker Rockchip to make chips for inexpensive tablets running Google Incs Android platform. Under the agreement, the companies will make a quad-core mobile chip using Intels architecture and branding, Intel said in a news release. Intel, which has struggled to gain market share in smartphones and tablets, said the chip will include 3G connectivity and be available in the first half of 2015. Intel said its agreement with Fuzhou, China-based Rockchip will help the Santa Clara, California-based chipmaker gain new customers more quickly.

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