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Old 10th October 2011, 06:05   #1
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Default GITEX 2011: Interview with Intel's Nass Nauthoa @ t-break

Our first interview at GITEX 2011 was with Mr. Nass Nauthoa, the GM for Intel GCC. Nass talked about what Intel is focusing on during GITEX- especially Ultrabooks and how Intel views Ultrabooks combined with the upcoming Ivy Bridge as the future of tablets.
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