Latest in Tag: Intel Highlight
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Technology developer is keen to be part of technological transformation in Egypt, says Taha Khalifa
Ericsson and Intel Corporation have begun a multi-year collaboration to align ongoing development efforts in software-defined infrastructure (SDI) and Intel Rack Scale Design. The resulting next-generation infrastructure management platform will deliver a new level of cloudlike agility, transparency, and efficiency required for Network Functions Virtualisation (NFV), distributed cloud, and 5G. Many communications service providers have …
US chipmaker Intel has announced it will buy Israeli tech company Mobileye. With the multibillion-dollar acquisition, Intel wants to obtain a leading role in the production of autonomous driving technology.In what’s deemed to be the biggest takeover of an Israeli technology firm ever, Intel said it would offer $63.54 (59.5 euros) in cash for each …
The company plans to train around 500 young people for seven to eight months in an educational camp
German carmaker BMW has announced that it’s entered into a technology alliance with chipmaker Intel and computer vision specialist Mobileye. The move is meant to support the firm’s focus on self-driving vehicles.
The field of technology is often stereotyped as a specialisation dominated by men, but women, too, are leaving their mark on this industry. Daily News Egypt has complied some of the top success stories of women working in technology
Technology increases small businesses’ productivity by 10%, says Khalifa
Clouding computing and Internet of Things are the most prominent investment opportunities, says Khalifa
The results added that Intel’s Internet of Things Group recorded a revenue of $2.3bn, marking a 7% increase compared to 2014. In addition, Software and service operating segments registered a revenue of $ 2.2bn, down by 2% from 2014.
Intel “She Will Connect” programme aims to close the Internet gender gap, connecting millions of girls and women to opportunity
Zoomaal launches new initiative “Arab innovation is back” for funding Arab region innovation through donating $5
Head of industry sector at Al-Kobba scientific center at Bibliothec Alexandria Reem Sabry said that Intel and the Ministry of Education will cooperate to support youth and children in innovation and technology.
At least 50% of all Egyptian students polled want to work for an international company
Economy, social issues in Egypt are opportunity to boost entrepreneurship, bureaucracy, legislations, copyrights are prominent challenges
The government can provide bigger market for small businesses by introducing law allowing a percentage of big company contracts to go to small companies
By Mohamed Alaa and Sara Aggour With the government constantly announcing new plans to develop its information and communications technology sector, Daily News Egypt sat down with Intel’s regional business director for the Middle East, Turkey and Africa (META), Frederico Carvalho, to discuss potential opportunities in the market, the future of tablets, and big data …
Education technology is top company priority in Egypt, says Intel’s Egypt executive Al-Fatih
Teenager cites fear of imprisonment on charges of torching a policeman’s car
17-year old student was earlier prevented from travelling pending investigation into the charge of torching a policeman’s car
Student, accused of torching a policeman’s car, was released from custody last week
Under the changes, spouses of people with H-1B visas who have applied for permanent residency ‘green cards’ can also apply for permission to work.
Released on bail, Abdallah Assem was initially detained for 15 days unable to attend the competition in the United States
Abdallah Assem’s detention order could prevent him from attending the science competition in the US
Intel dominates the PC industry, but it has been slow to adapt its processors for smartphones and tablets, markets now dominated by rivals like Qualcomm and Samsung Electronics.
The top four winners in the region will be granted the opportunity to participate in Intel’s Business Challenges global competition, for the chance to win a grand prize of $50,000.
Etisalat E-20 is first Intel-powered smartphone launched in Middle East
Ahmed al-Zaghbi, director of marketing development for Intel in Egypt, stated that sales for computer tablets have recently experienced growth rates of nearly 20%