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March 30, 2005

Intel, Bertelsmann Team Up for Online Download/Sharing Venture

Reuters: Intel and German media conglomerate Bertelsmann plan to cooperate in developing technology for downloading and sharing digital content online....Intel will make chips for PCs, notebooks and mobile phones that are compatible with a new online media file-sharing platform from Bertelsmann's services and technology arm Arvato....
Arvato announced the launch last week of a new P2P platform, which it plans to sell to mobile phone operators, Internet providers and TV stations.
"Our emphasis with the digital home is obviously to do the architecture, the user interface, the platform," Intel CEO Craig Barrett said.
Related: Bertelsmann Launches New P2P Download

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