Intel’s “Kedron” Wi-Fi interface gets FCC approval

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Tim Higgins

Public records of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) indicate that Intel has received clearance for its wireless component of its upcoming “Santa Rosa” platform. Scheduled for launch in Q2 of next year, Santa Rosa will include the main chipset “Crestline” and the Wi-Fi link “Kedron,” Intel’s first 802.11n capable network chip.

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