Intel to open new research centre in Copenhagen  

2004.06.28
The world's largest chip manufacturer Intel plans to open a new centre for carrying out research into fast connections between computer and communication units

The world's largest chip manufacturer Intel plans to open a new research centre in Copenhagen. The centre will carry out research into fast connections between computer and communication units, focusing on technology for Intel's future microprocessors, chipsets and platforms.

 

Stephen S. Pawlowski, head of Intel's Microprocessor Technology Lab says that "the establishment of a research centre is the next logical step for Intel's presence in Copenhagen. The new team will build on existing research projects in Intel and benefit from the Danish research environment's leading position in design of high speed circuits".

 

The new research centre will cooperate with a specialised silicon research and development team from another Intel division in Copenhagen. The news is reported by financial newspaper Børsen online.

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