Intel is in negotiations with content providers ahead of the launch of a new internet-based TV service that would offer both live and on demand content.
Chip maker Intel Corp is still contemplating an entry into the television arena, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Following the departure of Intel from the TV chipset market, Google has now chosen California-based Marvell and Taiwanese MediaTek as its partners for Google TV.
Intel is to remain a supplier of processors to the set-top box sector following its decision to abandon the connected TV market.
Technicolor has announced it will collaborate with Intel on its latest ‘system on a chip’, the Intel Atom processor CE4200, formerly code-named Groveland.
IBC 2010 – AMSTERDAM. Before the end of the year, two service providers and two consumer electronic retail products will roll out in Europe with Intel’s Smart TV.