Monthly Archives: March 2017

Digital Literacy Brings a Fresh Take on Entrepreneurship

While participating in Intel® She Will Connect and building digital literacy skills, women are inspired in different directions: pursuing further education, gaining new employment, or becoming entrepreneurs. Amatullah Muhammad Ayama created and started selling air fresheners. Yes, you heard that … Read more >

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5 Key Takeaways from Mobile World Congress 2017: Intel’s Perspective on the 5G Impact Panel

  From phones to drones; micro cells to macro cells; data transport to data center—one thing became abundantly clear at Mobile World Congress 2017. 5G will be the virtual and literal lifeblood of our technological future, coursing through every aspect … Read more >

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Software at Intel is Making a Difference in Gender Equality—And We Can All Take Part

At Intel, we are committed to diversity and inclusion. I strongly believe that we need more women and under-represented minorities in technical roles, both at Intel and across the high-tech industry.  Intel’s commitment is to be an inclusive, great place … Read more >

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Intel signs Human Rights Campaign amicus brief supporting transgender student Gavin Grimm

Today, Intel joined other industry leaders signing a Human Rights Campaign amicus brief to the Supreme Court, supporting Gavin Grimm, a transgender student in Virginia suing his school district for the right to use the bathroom of his choice. Intel … Read more >

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