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Intel to showcase new technologies at all four events

Intel announced as EntaLive platinum partner

Intel will be present at all four EntaLive events, showcasing a number of new products.

Focusing on the latest 3rd gen Intel Core products and desktop CPU technology, Intel will deliver a presentation on a range of key industry topics at Bristol Zoo on October 25th, Newcastle United Football Stadium on November 1st, National Space Centre, Leicester on November 6th, and Leeds Alea Casino on November 13th.

Commenting on the upcoming EntaLive events, Entatech vice president, Jon Atherton, said: “Following the success of our EntaLive events last year, we decided to make them even bigger and better this year! We have been delighted by the number of vendors and industry professionals requesting involvement in the events and we are confident that, in addition to accessing exclusive technology previews, they will find the events useful to convene with like-minded people. Places are not unlimited though so we urge anyone hoping to attend to register as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.”

Intel Reseller Channel Manager (UK & Ireland), Christine Harrison, added: “We are very excited to be a part of the EntaLive events. Entatech is an Intel Platinum Partner and the EntaLive event will be a great opportunity for us to meet Entatech’s customers and share the benefits of Intel technology on our latest 3rd generation Intel Core Processors and Intel SSD.”

Other vendors presenting at events include headline sponsor Microsoft, as well as partners Fujitsu, Kaspersky, Wasp, Digium, Swann and Madcatz.

To attend any of the EntaLive events register for free at Entaonline.com/live.

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