Samsung Electro-Mechanics Co. said Wednesday it has
signed a deal with Intel to provide wireless modules for
use in mobile devices from the U.S. company.
The deal calls for Samsung to provide various modules,
including WiMAX and WiBro modules, to be used in
production of Intel's ultra-mobile PCs and other mobile
Internet devices starting in the third quarter, the
Korean company said.
Financial terms weren't disclosed.