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Following Tuesday’s news that Intel will be releasing UMPC and MID platforms based on its 45-nm, high-k low power microarchitecture, Siano announced on Wednesday that it has signed an exclusive deal with the chipmaker to provide its SMS1000 multi-standard TV receiver chips to help power those platforms.

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Siano, an Israeli company that makes silicon receivers for the mobile television market, said that its quad-band SMS1000 receiver supports multiple mobile standards, such as DVB-H, DVB-T, DAB, DAB-IP, and T-DMB, and can operate in various spectrum ranges (from 170MHz up to 1680MHz), making it truly international.

“This advanced platform paves the way for notebook and consumer electronics manufacturers to provide end users with multi-channel, high-quality TV everywhere,” said Alon Ironi, Siano’s chief executive, in a statement released today.

Siano also says that its low power receivers will let consumers watch mobile television on various MID devices for anywhere between 8 to 20 hours, depending on the broadcast technology.

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Today’s announcement by Siano also seems to be in keeping with the news coming out of Beijing this week, where Intel is emphasizing the importance (and continued growth) of mobile computing.

Yesterday, during various IDF keynotes, Intel executives reiterated that they believe personalization and content will be the key drivers behind increased demand for notebook PCs and mobile Internet devices.

Intel’s senior vice president and general manager if its Mobility Group, David Perlmutter, was quoted as saying that “the Internet is one of the driving forces in today’s PC market and there is a continued desire for the Internet to be mobile.”

“Intel is serving the market today with notebook PCs, and will expand its reach by adding WiMax to notebooks as well as small form factor MIDs in 2008,” Perlmutter continued.

Late last year, Siano announced the launch of the SuwonExpress, an ExpressCard accessory designed to bring mobile digital television (MDTV) to notebooks. Those cards, which will also support the DVB-H, DVB-T, DAB, DAB-IP and T-DMB mobile TV standards, were developed in partnership with Samsung and Cyberlink, with Siano responsible for contributing the chips for the card.

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