Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) Announces New Collaborations, Investments And Products In China

Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) completed 30 years of its association with China this year, in terms of global as well as local innovation in technology. Meanwhile, the company CEO, Brian Krzanich announced that Intel will be making additional collaborations as well as more investments. With these additional add-ons in China, Intel announced that it is looking forward to deliver value in various industries for connected and smart world in future.

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Intel’s annual developer conference inaugurated for developers in China

Meanwhile, the CEO, along with President of China division of Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC), Ian Yang as well as the GM and Senior VP of Services & Software Group of company, Doug Fisher, announced that the yearly developer conference is also open to Chinese developers now.

There shall be a keynote by Intel’s top executives of the Internet of Things Group on April 9, 2015.

Intel hints new products in China

The CEO, Krzanich also stressed that there was a need for this company along with the entire community of developers to come together and facilitate the cutting-edge technologies to Dragon. This, according to Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC), will help in driving differentiation across various industries as well as products. This will focus on wearable, mobile devices, PCs and data centers, not to forget, the Internet of Things. At the same time, more emphasis was given to encourage the developer community in creating and developing such solutions which catered to the newer generation. The future shall be driven through connected and computing solutions.

Intel’s association with China

The CEO, in his address, said that the impact of 30 years of collaboration with China, along with Moore’s Law innovation spread over five decades, is something that cannot be compared to anything. He added that the company will add new technologies as well as products in the computing areas in China.

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