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Infineon and Nokia Collaborate in EDGE Technology

April 28, 2009
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In a landmark agreement, Infineon Technologies will supply its XMM 2130™ EDGE platform to Nokia, that will enable the mobile device manufacturer to bring a new breed of internet capable devices to the market. The Infineon solution will allow Nokia to offer affordable mobile devices and enables easy access to the Internet.

The XMM 2130 is manufactured in a 65 nm process and offers a mobile phone platform featuring an EDGE Modem, audio player, stereo RDS FM radio receiver, stereo headset, USB interface as well as interfaces for memory cards.

“We are grateful to expand our successful collaboration with Nokia beyond our two ULC products, the XMM 1010 and the XMM 1100, now to our EDGE products,” said Peter Bauer, CEO of Infineon Technologies AG. “Our solution offers affordable access to the fast growing internet market on mobile devices. We consider this solution as best in class in terms of performance, integration, scalability and cost position.”


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