Wind River and VIA target China with sub-$100 Android
Intel's recent acquisitions and partnerships have been designed to take it into new markets rather than strengthen its existing hands - McAfee, Infineon Wireless and embedded software maker Wind River are all taking it in new directions. The latest Wind River project, indeed, is laden with ironies as the company teams up with Intel rival VIA Telecom to create a low cost reference platform for Android, an OS that has remained closely tied to the ARM-based processors rather than Intel's x86.
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