Intel to Invest on Smart Buildings in Israel

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Intel to Invest on Smart Buildings in Israel

Intel Corp is investing in smart buildings in Israel, reports Reuters. In 2019, the company had said it would invest $11 billion to build a manufacturing facility in Israel, where some of its most advanced technologies have been hatched. Tech giants such as Intel, Apple, and Google have acquired several local startups and set up research centers in the country; however, the competition is making it tough to find skilled workers.

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Intel’s smart building in the country will accommodate up to 2,700 of its local 13,000 workforces. The report says it was a challenge to finish the project within Intel’s three-year timetable.


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