Nokia and Intel had scrapped a joint plan to develop an HSDPA module for notebook computers. “We have, together with Intel, canceled the HSDPA module cooperation in the form we formerly announced,” said Nokia spokeswoman Eija-Riitta Huovinen. “We are still looking at the HSDPA module case from a technological point of view, but no decisions have been made on commercializing it,” she said. “We both saw that there was not an adequate business case,” she said, referring to the potential return on investment. Nokia would continue cooperating with Intel in other fields.

Nokia and Intel had scrapped a joint plan to develop an HSDPA module for notebook computers. “We have, together with Intel, canceled the HSDPA module cooperation in the form we formerly announced,” said Nokia spokeswoman Eija-Riitta Huovinen. “We are still looking at the HSDPA module case from a technological point of view, but no decisions have been made on commercializing it,” she said. “We both saw that there was not an adequate business case,” she said, referring to the potential return on investment. Nokia would continue cooperating with Intel in other fields.