Intel announced today that it had developed a single chip to handle signals for WiFi, WiMAX and DVB-H. The chip measures just 24-millimeters^2 and consumes only 79mW.
While DVB-H is more or less irrelevant in the States, this chip could still be significant. And considering the capability to stick three radio receivers onto one die, Intel could feasibly rip DVB-H out and add some wireless technology relevant to North America.
At any rate, I’d expect to start seeing devices with this thing in it sometime next year.
Intel Shoves WiFi, WiMAX, DVB-H Onto Single Chip [Mobile Magazine]