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April 17th, 2007

Intel Multi-Core University Program Expands to 37 Chinese Universities

"As a global technology leader, Intel has been committed to advancing technological innovation and cultivating IT talent," said Wee Theng Tan, vice president of Intel Corporation and president of Intel China. "In China, Intel continues its efforts to support China's educational institutions and promote the knowledge economy. Advanced manufacturing processes such as nanotechnology and multi-core applications have brought sweeping changes for the entire IT industry. The joint multi-core labs established by Intel and the Chinese universities will help integrate multi-core technology in teaching and research conducted in universities in order to cultivate more technical talents adaptive to this new era."


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