Microsoft and Intel will implement the software Windows Media on two and a half generation mobile phones (2.5G) and third generation (3G), which will allow video and streaming audio. The companies announced Tuesday, according to an IDG news report.
The companies will adapt Windows Media and Microsoft's Digital Rights Management (DRM) software to XScale's Intel, Used on devices Mobile, Allowing cell phone users to send and receive video and audio clips.
Using the software of Intel In the name of IPP (Integrated Performance Primitives), Windows Media software optimizes chipset compatibility Intel, While reducing energy consumption from the battery of the wireless device.
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