Friday, December 5

Intel to create hot spots in India

Intel has decided to create ‘hot spots’, or Wi-Fi (Wireless Fidelity) zones where a person can hook to the net wirelessly, across the country, by offering invaluable benefits to the travellers, corporate honchos, professional students and host of others.

Taking advantage of its next generation technology called - Centrino Mobile Technology (CMT) (a wireless technology for net access) coupled with the growing demand for wireless network and higher bandwidth availability in the country, Intel has started working with its various partners to create 1000 ‘hot spots’ by mid of 2004 to make the wireless computing an invaluable proposition.