LG og Intel samarbejder om fremtidens mobile Internet enheder

LG og Intel samarbejder om fremtidens mobile Internet enheder

LG Electronics (LG) og Intel Corporation præsenterer i dag et samarbejde omkring Mobile Internet Devices (MIDs) baseret på Intels kommende hardwareplatform kaldet ”Moorestown” og Linux-baseret Moblin v2.0 software. Det forventes, at LG’s produkt bliver et af de første Moorestown-produkter.

Intels Moorestown-baserede MIDs forventes at have et passivt strømforbrug ti gange lavere end MIDs baseret på Intels Atom-processor. Samtidig bliver Moorestown-platformen udstyret med en ny Moblin-version (se mere på www.moblin.org), der specifikt er designet til at give en pc-lignende internetoplevelse og samtidig understøtte mobiltelefonsamtaler. Moorestown forventes at komme på markedet i begyndelsen af 2010.


LG Electronics (LG) and Intel Corporation today announced a collaboration around mobile Internet devices (MIDs) based on Intel’s next-generation MID hardware platform, codenamed “Moorestown,” and Linux-based Moblin v2.0 software platform. The LG device is expected to be one of the first Moorestown designs to market.

LG and Intel’s common goal is to unleash rich Internet experiences across a range of mobile devices while delivering the functionality of today’s high-end smart phones. The collaboration on the new design extends a close working relationship the two companies have enjoyed across their respective mobile product lines, which now spans the notebook, netbook and MID categories.

“The MID segment will drive growth at LG Electronics. We chose Intel’s next-generation Moorestown platform and Moblin-based OS to pursue this segment because of the high performance and Internet compatibility this brings to our service provider customers,” said Jung Jun Lee, executive vice president of LG Electronics and head of its Mobile Communications Business Division. “The collaboration with Intel on the MID platform has been valuable and further extends our longstanding relationship. Our efforts are well on track and we look forward to bringing the MID to market.”

LG launched a netbook, based on the Intel® Atom™ processor, in the fourth quarter of 2008, and has been supplying the mobile companion device to carriers and retailers worldwide. LG also continues to ship notebooks based on the Intel® Core™ processor. 

MIDs represent an emerging growth category in the industry and are designed to bring a rich, interactive, PC-like Internet experience in pocketable devices. The experience on a MID will help usher in the many new Internet trends performed predominantly on a PC to mobile devices.

 “Moorestown” is the codename for Intel’s second-generation MID platform, which consists of a System on Chip (codenamed “Lincroft”) that integrates a 45nm Intel® Atom™ processor core, graphics, video and memory controller. The platform also includes an input/output (I/O) hub, codenamed “Langwell,” that includes a range of I/O blocks and supports wireless solutions.

Intel’s “Moorestown”-based MIDs are expected to reduce idle power consumption by a factor of greater than 10 versus today’s Intel Atom processor-based MIDs. Additionally, the Moorestown platform will be accompanied by a newer Moblin software version, Moblin v2.0, that is based on the Linux operating system. This software is designed specifically to deliver a great PC-like Internet experience while also supporting cell phone voice capabilities. The “Moorestown” platform is expected to come to market by 2010.

“LG Electronics makes some of the most innovative computers and smart phones in the world, and is known to be a leading-edge player in every market segment they serve,” said Anand Chandrasekher, Intel Corporation senior vice president and general manager of the company’s Ultra Mobility Group. “We look forward to providing them some fantastic Intel products that will deliver the best Internet experience while dramatically reducing power –contributing to the development of ultra sleek devices that offer superb battery life.”

In order to offer a variety of network connections and Internet access, LG is also working with Ericsson to bring 3G network capability to its planned MID. This is an extension of the existing collaboration between the companies. LG has been supplying notebooks and netbooks with mobile broadband modules from Ericsson since the third quarter of 2008.

“We are glad that LG Electronics has chosen Ericsson to provide 3G capabilities in its Intel-based MID. We are working with LG and Intel to deliver industry-leading 3G capabilities on the Moorestown MID,” said Mats Norin, vice president and head of Ericsson Mobile Broadband Modules. “Ericsson’s unparalleled relationships with global service providers will be instrumental as we define plans with LG to take this MID to market across multiple geographies around the world.”


Link: Intel

Skrevet den 16. Feb 2009. Nyheden er læst 1175 gang(e).

Del med dine venner

     

0 kommentarer
Skriv kommentar til nyheden Kommentarer til nyheden fra Facebook

 

Sharkoon RUSH ER2 gamer headset

Sharkoon er endnu engang tilbage på testbænken, denne gang med deres nye stereo headset, Sharkoon Rush ER2. De

Læs Mere

akasa Venom A20 240mm AIO vandkøler

Man hører nok ikke navnet akasa ofte på disse kanter, men de er faktisk et stort firma der producerer en bred

Læs Mere

Samsung Galaxy View Tablet

Er du træt af de normale tablets? Du syntes måske skærmen er for kedelig at se film på - så

Læs Mere

PlayStation 4 vs. PlayStation 4 Pro

Vi har været heldige i dag, og fået muligheden for at teste den kraftigste konsol på markedet til dato.

Læs Mere

TP-Link Talon AD7200 Multi-Band Wi-Fi Router

Vi vender denne gang snuden i retningen af vores netværkssegment, når vi tester T

Læs Mere

Thermaltake Toughpower SFX 450W Gold

Stort eller småt? Det er efterhånden blevet et rigtig godt spørgsmål når vi snakker compute

Læs Mere

HyperX Predator DDR4 3333MHz

HyperX er en gammel svinger her på redaktionen, og vi er på nuværende tidsp

Læs Mere

NZXT S340 Elite Midi tower

Det originale NZXT S340 fortjente til fulde den positive opmærksomhed det fik fra brugerne og medierne, og nu e

Læs Mere

 

Nyeste Videoer og Trailers

Seneste nyheder

Blizzard vil begynde at skrive bøger

Stort set alle spillene hos Blizzard har en historie bag sig. Om det er Overwatch, World of Warcraft eller nog
Læs Mere

Hvad kræver Windows 10 VR

Microsoft er gået med ind i virtual reality kampen, med den serie af headsets. Prisen starter ved $299 (2078.-
Læs Mere

Artikel: Få tjek på din elektronik med en ny computer

Om det er privat eller i arbejds regi, så er computeren en fast del af vores færden, og interaktionen med en c
Læs Mere

Apple vil vise biograffilm

Hvis du ikke gider at tage i biografen hver gang der kommer en ny film. Så kommer der måske en ny mulighed, Ap
Læs Mere

Rusland vil bandlyse FIFA 17

EA sport har for nyligt bakket en kampagne op i England som omhandler homofobi, bifobi og transfobi i fodbold.
Læs Mere

Nye Bluetooth teknologi endnu vildere

The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) har været ude og fortælle om næste generation af den trådløse tekno
Læs Mere

Tredje adventskonkurrence: Vind med Tweak.dk og TP-Link

Tredje advent nærmer sig, og Tweak.dk redaktionen er nu klar med endnu en adventskonkurrence. Denne gang i sam
Læs Mere

Ubisoft's næste gratis udgivelse er kommet

Da Ubisoft fejre deres 30 års fødselsdag har de kørt et gratis spil hver måned. Denne gang er turen kommet til
Læs Mere
Indsend nyhed
Har du fundet en fed nyhed så indsend den så alle andre på Tweak.dk kan få glæde af den.