Nicholas Negroponte, founder of One Laptop per Child, said: “Intel joins the OLPC board as a world leader in technology,
helping reach the world’s children. Collaboration with Intel means that the maximum number of laptops will reach children.”
The new agreement means that Intel will sit alongside the 11 companies, including Google and Red Hat, which are partners in
the OLPC scheme.
It will also join rival chip-maker AMD, which supplies the processor at the heart of the $100 laptop.
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