BusinessWire: The Pandemic Drives New Era Of Tech Collaboration

One hundred days ago, our CEO, Bob Swan, announced the Intel Pandemic Response Technology Initiative. Intel would invest $50 million to combat COVID-19 in ways we knew best: using technology to study and help with the diagnosis of the coronavirus, helping disrupted educators and students, and supporting innovative new ideas and projects.

I’ve had the privilege of leading this initiative and seeing an extraordinarily committed group of Intel employees, customers and partners mobilize. In just over three months they have made possible new and creative uses for our technology to address a range of challenges. We’ve come a long way, learned a lot and still have much to do. On behalf of this team – at 100 days in – I wanted to share some of that journey.

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