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Poland Among Intel’s Destinations to Develop its Most Advanced Technology

Intel's investment program

Intel, one of the largest technology companies, has announced its investments across France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Poland and Spain. The company will spend €33bn on expanding the entire semiconductor value chain.

The investment program includes research and development (R&D), manufacturing and state-of-the art packaging technologies.

In Poland, Intel will increase its lab space by 50% in Gdansk by 2023. Currently, the Intel campus is the largest research and development center of this brand in the European Union. The new space will center around the fields of deep neural networks, audio, graphics, data centres and cloud computing.

Pat Gelsinger, CEO of Intel, said “This broad initiative will boost Europe’s R&D innovation and bring leading-edge manufacturing to the region for the benefit of our customers and partners around the world. We are committed to playing an essential role in shaping Europe’s digital future for decades to come.”

Source: Do IT In Poland