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The Register: Intel scores Nokia Linux set-top box dealOct 12, 1999, 15:28 (3 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by John Lettice)
"The Linux-based Internet-capable set-top boxes Nokia demonstrated last month are to go into production next year, using Intel chips. The news is obviously not terribly encouraging for Microsoft... the whole European market may be poised to fall to Linux, with Intel grabbing a goodly share of it."
"Intel and Nokia aren't particularly specific about the systems they're designing. They say the first ones will be out in second half next year... and they'll use "open standards and specifications including DVB, Internet protocols, ATVEF, and open source [software] including Linux and the Mozilla browser."
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