Intel Backs Taiwan's WiMax

Chipmaker stumps up $500 million for WiMax

Michelle Donegan, Contributing Editor, Light Reading

April 22, 2008

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Intel Backs Taiwan's WiMax

8:30 AM -- Intel Corp. (Nasdaq: INTC) just joined the WiMax party in Taiwan in a big way with a promise to pump $500 million into the country over the next five years, most of which is earmarked for mobile WiMax. The chipmaker's WiMax investment adds to the Taiwanese government's pledge of $664 million for the country's national mobile WiMax program, M-Taiwan. (See Taiwan's WiMax.)

— Michelle Donegan, European Editor, Unstrung

About the Author(s)

Michelle Donegan

Contributing Editor, Light Reading

Michelle Donegan is an independent technology writer who has covered the communications industry on both sides of the Pond for the past twenty years.

Her career began in Chicago in 1993 when Telephony magazine launched an international title, aptly named Global Telephony. Since then, she has upped sticks (as they say) to the UK and has written for various publications, including Communications Week International, Total Telecom, Light Reading, Telecom Titans and more.

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