Intel opens research center in Korea

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Intel opens research center in Korea

Intel, the world’s largest computer chip maker, said on Monday it has opened a research and development center in Korea focused on wireless communications and multimedia. Korea, which has one of the most developed markets in the world for cellular phones and high-speed Internet access, joins other Intel research sites in Asia, including India, Malaysia and China, said Intel spokesman Chuck Mulloy.

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