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Intel turns to Taiwan's MediaTek for stronger presence in 5G chips

Partnership shows US chipmaker's hope to revive PC market growth

Intel, shown here at the ChinaJoy digital entertainment show in August, is battling its own manufacturing constraints and losing market share to smaller rival Advanced Micro Devices.

TAIPEI -- Intel, the world's leading maker of microprocessors, will team with leading Taiwanese mobile chip developer MediaTek in an area where the U.S. company has suffered setbacks: 5G. 

HP and Dell, the two biggest American computer makers, will be the first to use such chip solutions, MediaTek and Intel said Monday.

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