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Intel has opened an innovation hub in China to help local technology startups, despite the Biden administration's crackdown intended to prevent China from developing advanced technologies. Intel confirmed to The Register in a statement this morning that the unit was opened at the weekend in the city of Shenzhen in southern …

  1. Doctor Syntax Silver badge

    grow the Intel Greater Bay Area Innovation Center into a global "innovation highland."

    A highland growing out of a bay? It sounds a bit volcanic to me.

  2. martinusher Silver badge

    Suspect that Intel knows something that DC does not

    All the bluff and bluster coming out of DC presumes that technology transfer is one way, from the Great and Good "Us" to the Lesser and Inferior "Them". There was once a time when this was quite likely the case but those days have long passed.

    The time that you find that the only way to compete is to come up with ways to suppress the competition is the time that you're days as an effective competitor are numbered. Intel's probably trying to tell DC something but I don't expect that DC is listening.

    1. NeilPost Silver badge

      Re: Suspect that Intel knows something that DC does not

      … or more likely there was some Chinese CHIPS equivalent free money going and Gelsinger rocked up to claim that.

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