Manitoba (computer chip)

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Manitoba was a system-on-a-chip (SoC) introduced by Intel Corporation in 2003. It was a mostly unsuccessful attempt by Intel to break into the smart phones market. The chip integrated flash memory, a digital signal processor and an XScale processor core.[1] After the chip's failure in the marketplace, the business was sold to Marvell in 2006 for $600 million.

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  1. ^ Manitoba, Intel's smart-phone "wireless Internet on a chip" is here, Matthew Broersma, CNet Asia, February 13, 2003.