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Intel Invests $30 million as part of its Pandemic Response

By ET Bureau - July 23, 2020 1 mins read

Intel, along with its partners, has invested $30 million for its pandemic response technology initiative that comprised of education, healthcare, and COVID-19 testing. The company had launched the $50 million initiative in April to help with the diagnosis of the coronavirus and fund innovative new ideas and projects.

Intel has donated cloud services donated in each project category to provide connectivity and content. The company stated in a blog post that it has partnered with different groups ranging from the original pandemic response to early steps toward recovery.


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