Under the agreement, Intel will buy intellectual property from Nokia related to high-speed wireless technology. The two companies also said they plan to collaborate on open-source mobile Linux software projects.
For Intel, analysts say the deal gives them a chance to take on leading cellphone chip makers such as Qualcomm , and Texas Instruments.
And in return, the pact may help Nokia better compete with smartphone rivals Apple, Research In Motion and Palm.
What’s the trade?
I like Nokia very much, says Karen Finerman. In fact I'm long. But I’m in this stock for valuations which I find very attractive.
I’m bullish Intel, counters Tim Seymour. It seems like this agreement is a smart one.
And as a result of this deal, it might be time to get out of Texas Instruments, suggests Joe Terranova.
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