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Electronics Production | April 26, 2006

Intel opens R&D center in Germany

Intel has opened a new R&D center in Braunschweig, Germany for its multicore efforts.
The new R&D center with its 100 engineers and technicians will complement Intel´s manufacturing operations in Braunschweig.

“Our researchers and engineers in Braunschweig will help us deliver platforms that are more capable, powerful and energy-efficient," said Intel chief technology officer Justin Rattner. "Their expertise will play a central role in our plans for multicore processor architectures."

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