As predicted, a mass of companies launched dual mobile phones, which bridge the gap between analogue and digital services, at the Cebit show this week.
But Intel took time out from the show to reaffirm its commitment to the GSM standard for mobile telecomms. Two weeks ago it told a meeting of GSM vendors in Cannes, France that it needed a monopoly in order to put its message across.
But a number of vendors, including TDK of Japan and Xircom, are expected to announce PCMCIA cards that support both ISDN and GSM over the next few months.
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