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New Chip by TI to help lower cost's for Nokia's

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    Texas Instruments Powers Cheap Nokia Mobiles

    January 24, 2005 | 11:20 AM

    Texas Instruments recently demoed an integrated chip after two years of intensive research.

    "This vision was first put into action in a single-chip solution for Bluetooth connectivity, is now continued with the single-chip GPRS solution, and will be followed with a robust roadmap of single-chip products to address additional wireless needs. With the industry's first integrated single-chip solution, TI and Nokia are bringing more affordable, advanced mobile phones to consumers worldwide,” said Gill Delfassy, Senior Vice President of the Wireless Terminals Business Unit.

    Nokia said the innovation would optimize cost, sizes, power and performance in the entry-level high-volume mobile phones.

    The single-chip solution approach to wireless chip design applies digital technology to simplify radio frequency processing, which the company said significantly reduces board space, extends battery life, and makes for a more cost-effective and powerful mobile phone.

    Juha Pinomaa, Vice President, Entry Business Line, Nokia, said, "By incorporating TI's DRP technology into a single chip, future Nokia mobile phones will provide the ideal mix of cool features and cost-effectiveness, making them more attractive to the mass marketplace."
     

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