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By john smith, http://www.laptop-batteries-shop.com |  Tech & society, Apple, Intel

In the Web 2.0 Summit, the world's largest manufacturer demonstrated corporate social networks and more personalized features of the Internet.

Intel CEO Paul Otellini (Paul Otellini) last Thursday at the Web 2.0 Summit, said Intel has joined a white-hot trend of corporate social networks. Otellini showed off its "Enterprise 2.0" model of social networks, he said that Intel would develop a substitute for consumer services, including as Facebook and MySpace, the social networking companies are ready to accept the necessary security and management capabilities. He also demonstrated the future of a "personal Internet", is based on Intel and services using mobile devices.

Otellini demonstrated a prototype of the social networking system to help new employees even though the company familiar with the environment. For example, my colleagues can show photos and profiles can also provide a variety of links. The new staff quickly familiar with their team, the network's understanding of the projects and colleagues familiar with the company. It also integrates a comprehensive work calendar, instant messaging tools, video, voice and e-mail and so on to facilitate the exchange and sharing of documents. Otellini said that this product is designed to allow users access to learning, and as time goes on, the user will be proactive to provide more relevant information.

Although some companies have launched social networking services for groups of users to business users is, however, Otellini said that so far, we have also not been able to network widely used in the workplace.

Otellini to many Web developers and entrepreneurs referred to the speech: "IT managers need for security and management type. I think this is a huge, and has not been opened up business opportunities. Users need to solve the problem was. In the Firewalls, many of the Web 2.0 remains to be done. I am optimistic and believe that this is a great opportunity. "

President of the Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco, the Federal founder of the media (John Battelle) also said that he planned to Facebook founder and CEO Mark Kebo Ge (Mark Zuckerberg) put forward the following questions, and that is not why Facebook U.S. companies to open?

Otellini spoke, a stage of Intel's employees demonstrated a product. He was a simulation of a typical scene: a passenger travel in China, but it does not recognize Chinese characters in front of the restaurant. He used his own mobile devices in the future to take these characters, these characters will soon be translated into English.

In the second show, this mobile devices in the future to the supermarket in a toy camera, then there have been a series of content, including other clients use the new toy pictures, toys and so on the price.

Otellini said that this mobile device operating principle is actually a hidden in the auditorium of the adoption of Intel's desktop chips. But he predicts that by 2010 or 2011, Intel will be able to produce today compared to the performance of these desktop chips for mobile, wireless devices can be completely independent of the power of their play.

Butler proposed that if the mobile chip functions so strong, then the battery on the request will be high. Otellini replied: "The battery problem, of course, we also took into account. We are trying to adopt ARM chips in the Intel architecture and power to consider the compatibility and functionality."

In talking about the iPhone, Otellini said that this is a historic device, but also change people's expectations. He also said that he and his family are using the iPhone. Since Apple and AT & T after the successful launch of the iPhone, and other carriers have tried to contact Intel to develop more competitive products. Android mobile operating system and Intel may be able to launch a similar competition and Apple products.
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