Intel promotes wireless living

Intel is planning to give visitors to Gitex today a taste of the wireless lifestyle it has been so keen to promote since the introduction of its Centrino platform earlier this year.

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By  Matthew Southwell Published  October 17, 2003

Intel is planning to give visitors a taste of the wireless lifestyle it has been so keen to promote since the introduction of its Centrino platform earlier this year. The Intel Mobility Experience Zone (IMEZ), housed on the mezzanine floor overlooking the Sheikh Rashid Hall, enables trade visitors to 'test-drive' various mobile solutions away from the hurley-burley of the show floor.

IMEZ has been set up in conjunction with HP and Emirates Internet & Multimedia (EIM). HP has delivered 40 Centrino enabled notebooks, which punters will be able to trial for 30 minutes.

"Mobile computing is one of the hottest topics in IT today, and our Mobile Experience Zone represents a great opportunity for trade visitors to test-drive Intel Centrino Mobile technology, using state of the art infrastructure and notebook computers. The best way to understand mobility is to actually test and experience its versatility," says Gilbert Lacroix, Intel's president for the MENA region.

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