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INTEL TO MAKE E-BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT & DEPLOYMENT MORE EFFICIENT THROUGH INITIATIVE.



Intel Corp. outlined its plans for the Intel e-Business Network, a worldwide initiative that will unify 1. (database, product) Unify - A relational database produced by Unify Corporation.
2. (algorithm) unify - To perform unification.
 the company's sales channel programs while adding partnering, certification, training, and business development benefits. This new initiative will enable more rapid development and deployment of e-Business solutions on a global scale through Intel's 50,000 sales channel partners.

The Intel e-Business Network will combine Intel's present channel programs, which includes system builders This article's grammar usage needs improvement. Please edit this article in accordance with Wikipedia's . , product dealers, networking consultants, Internet Service Providers Internet service provider (ISP)

Company that provides Internet connections and services to individuals and organizations. For a monthly fee, ISPs provide computer users with a connection to their site (see data transmission), as well as a log-in name and password.
, and Web integrators, into one connected network, allowing them to partner with each other on e-Business build-outs. This is critical, because a single vendor can rarely meet today's e-Business requirements, and companies must often team with each other to meet the needs of customers.

An important element of the program is the Intel Business Market Place, a Web-based service that will enable members of the Intel e-Business Network to partner with each other. For example, the e-Business Market Place can match a seller of Intel networking equipment with an ISP (1) See in-system programmable.

(2) (Internet Service Provider) An organization that provides access to the Internet. Connection to the user is provided via dial-up, ISDN, cable, DSL and T1/T3 lines.
 or a Web integrator (1) In electronics, a device that combines an input with a variable, such as time, and provides an analog output; for example, a watt-hour meter.

(2) See systems integrator.
, so a customer can receive both hardware and Internet access See how to access the Internet. . Additionally, e-Business solutions that are tested in Intel labs with Web integrators will be available to program members through the Intel Business Market Place.

E-Business Certification & Training

Intel also introduced a new e-Business certification program, which will be available to members of the Intel e-Business Network, as well as to information technology professionals. This multi-track-training program will cover Internet applications, networking, security and servers.

Global Conference: E-Business Training Spanning 70 Countries

The first Intel Channel Conference will provide a central forum to train participants, launch products and programs, promote key Intel initiatives, and equip e·quip  
tr.v. e·quipped, e·quip·ping, e·quips
1.
a. To supply with necessities such as tools or provisions.

b.
 channel members with the tools to embrace and deliver e-Business. Thirty thousand companies are expected to attend the first conference, which will take place this year in more than 250 cities in 70 countries from March 27 through June 1. The content will be translated into 15 languages and will also be made available over the Web to attendees. Intel Channel Conference participants will include all of the Intel Channel members referenced above.

Those interested in the Intel e-Business Network should go to www.intel.com/business/ebiznetwork. Intel, the world's largest chipmaker chip·mak·er  
n.
A manufacturer of electronic and integrated circuit chips.
, is also a leading manufacturer of computer, networking and communications products.
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Date:May 1, 2000
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