Intel Modem Chipset Driver
Qualcomm has accused Apple of stealing modem-chip designs and giving them to Intel in order to help Intel make cellular chips that could be. Intel's XMM modem chip is part of Intel's push for so-called 5G communications, with it being the company's first to achieve download. Apple will use Intel's new wireless modem, announced last year, wireless modem chip market, followed by MediaTek (25%) and Intel.
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Intel Modem Chipset Driver
Acknowledging that it has been behind rivals like Qualcomm for some time, Keddy insists "I believe we've caught up and later we want to lead in 5G. The majority of other carriers use Intel Modem Chipset for communications instead of CDMA, causing smartphone producers to create multiple variants of their devices for each network.
By creating a modem that supports both communication technologies, Intel has effectively produced a modem chip that is compatible with almost all mobile networks around the world, eliminating the need to produce carrier-specific smartphones that work with Intel Modem Chipset networks.
The modem also gives Apple the opportunity to switch completely to Intel for modems used in the iPhone and iPad. Currently, Intel and rival chip producer Qualcomm produce modems that are used in Apple's flagship products. Despite the new Intel Modem Chipset entering production, a supply chain report from April claims Qualcomm will continue to provide modems for this year's iPhone refresh, but supplying a reduced 30 percent of the modems while Intel will supply Intel Modem Chipset percent.
Apple started switching from Intel to Qualcomm modem chips in iPhones and other devices in when it launched the Verizon version of the iPhone 4, Qualcomm said. But Apple began switching back to Intel chips in some iPhone models inapparently to get lower prices Intel Modem Chipset the Intel chips' lower performance.
Qualcomm alleges that the switch to Intel in and Intel chip improvements since then were aided by Apple's illegal actions. Qualcomm's amended complaint is available herecourtesy of Axios.
Qualcomm's original complaint accused Apple of violating a software agreement by refusing to let Qualcomm audit Apple's compliance with that agreement. Qualcomm suspected Apple of sharing trade secrets with Intel at the time, but the company Intel Modem Chipset the lack of an audit hampered its ability to investigate the matter.
Qualcomm's new complaint adds details that the company says it has learned since discovery in the case began. Apple says Qualcomm has no evidence When contacted by Ars, an Apple spokesperson said that Qualcomm has repeatedly made allegations without evidence. Qualcomm's filing today also "does not include any evidence of [its] claims," Intel Modem Chipset said.
Qualcomm says that the master software agreement signed by the two companies has a provision allowing Qualcomm to audit Apple's compliance but that Apple hasn't allowed such an audit. Qualcomm says it has gained further information since filing its lawsuit. Discovery has included "Apple's chipset-supplier communications, as well as source code Intel Modem Chipset related information in Apple's possession," Qualcomm said.
- Apple stole Qualcomm chip secrets and gave them to Intel, Qualcomm claims Ars Technica
- Apple stole Qualcomm chip secrets and gave them to Intel, Qualcomm claims
- Apple says Qualcomm has no evidence