Maxon Telecom enters cooperation with Intel  

Maxon Telecom has entered a cooperation with Intel, whose PXA800F chip will power the new MX-E20 multimedia phone

Maxon Telecom’s development centre in northern Jutland has entered a cooperation with Intel, whose new PXA800F chip will supply the processor power for a new multimedia phone called the MX-E20. Maxon Telecom is Korea’s second largest IT conglomerate; its Aalborg based subsidiary, situated on Aalborg University campus, currently employs 130 people of whom most are development engineers.


MX-E20 will be presented for the first time at the 3GSM World Congress in Cannes next month. It is a compact folding phone with the full range of features that mobile phones can offer today including colour screen, audio, video, radio and camera. Of course all these whizmos place increasing demands on processor power, and this is where Intel comes in with its new PXA800F chip. It is still at the prototype stage however, and Maxon’s developers are busily involved in the task of setting its specifications. The news is published in Erhvervsbladet.

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