Bangalore, Jan 16 (UNI) India's Corporate Technology Group (CTG) of Intel, the world leader in silicon innovation, had contributed handsomely in developing technologies of 2008 focus areas like healthcare, hand-held devices, multi-core chips and energy efficiency.
Addressing reporters here today, Intel Corporation's Chief Technology Officer Justin Rattner gave a variety of updates on the work undertaken by Intel's CTG labs, with focus on processor circuits and multi-core computing platform research.
Intel's India research lab, based in the city, continued to be in the forefront of the company's major areas of research such as terra scale computing, system on a chip, trusted services etc, he added.
''Our latest focus is on energy efficiency. CTGs, based in Intel's network of labs in Bangalore, Beijing, Hillsboro in US and Guadalajara in Mexico, were working on a variety of advanced computing technologies such as ultra mobility, long battery life, high performance per watt and rich sensing,'' he said.
Saying that Intel's products were not just corporate oriented, he said the company was now looking at numerous new areas of application such as education, health and entertainment which could be used to transform people's lives.
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