Intel technology demos at GITEX Cairo
Visitors to GITEX Cairo will have a chance to see Intel’s newest wireless Internet technology in action. During the exhibition, Intel will showcase its PRO/Wireless 2011 LAN Solution, which creates networks without wires.
According to industry analysts, wireless technology is particularly well suited to emerging markets like Egypt, where cost and time factors prohibit the development of networking infrastructures.
“As an emerging market, the uptake of wireless technology in Egypt is predicted to be extensive. Wireless technology will enable the country to embrace computer technology more quickly as it eliminates the need to wait for appropriate infrastructures to be constructed. With a population of some 70 million individuals, the advent of wireless technology could also enable the country to boost computer literacy significantly within a relatively short time span and minimize associated cost factors related to this goal. GITEX Cairo will feature exhibitors who will demonstrate to visitors the flexibility and economical gains wireless technology offers,” said Dijana Likic, International Project Manager for GITEX Cairo.
Intel will also demonstrate its PRO/Wireless 2011 LAN PC Cards, enabling users to create ad-hoc networks on the fly so users can share information in secure peer-to-peer sessions. Demonstrations of Intel’s wireless technology using will be offered at the Intel stand
Intel will also showcase its Pentium 4 Processor-Based PCs at GITEX Cairo. Using digital cameras, toys, camcorders, books, personal audio products and PDAs, Intel will demonstrate how mainstream digital gadgets deliver their full value when linked to a powerful PC. — (Albawaba-MEBG)
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