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Intel ends its involvement in One Laptop Per Child (OLPC)

Only last summer it was reported that the company
Intel
will join the project of Nicholas Negroponte
– One Laptop Per Child (OLPC)
and its representative will appear on the board of directors.

Last Thursday Intel announced that it was leaving the non-profit OLPC project and leaving
from its board of directors. Refusal to participate in the initiative to provide low-cost
mobile PCs to children in developing countries due to the fact that other participants
the project demanded that the company cease participation in other similar
programs.

Company spokesman Chuck Mulloy commented: “Project members
OLPC asked Intel to stop supporting non-OLPC
projects such as Classmate PC and others, they want from us an exclusive
participation only in this project “. After discussing this situation for 6 long
months the parties did not come to any agreement on this issue and Intel
decided to leave the OLPC project.

Sources:
CDR-info,
The register

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