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Intel Joins Hands With TCL For Franchised Netcafes

Intel China has signed a memorandum of understanding with TCL Computer and Langtaosha Chain Netcafe in Nanjing to construct a chain of netcafes.

According to the MOU, Langtaosha will use over 100,000 TCL branded computers with Intel processors in its franchised netcafes. Intel and TCL will provide customized solutions to Langtaosha according to the features of the latter's netcafes. In addition, they will cooperate on technology, sales channels, service and resources.

Zhang Jian, general manager of Intel East China Region, says that Intel hopes to guide netcafes to develop healthy through cooperation with the government and business partners.

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