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Intel to establish its "Hardware Testing Laboratory" in Karachi
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 3/13/2005 07:47:00 PM.

Intel Corporation has planned to establish a hardware-testing laboratory in the metropolis.

Sindh Information Technology Minister Syed Mustafa Kamal said this while talking to Business Recorder after a meeting with the senior representatives of Intel Corporation's Asia Pacific Solution Group at his office here on Wednesday. He said the provincial Information Technology (IT) Ministry would facilitate any foreign firm or company in setting up IT-related services in Sindh. The minister said the provincial government would act as a catalyst and facilitator. Mustafa Kamal said: "We have developed an environment for information technology development in the province and now it is the responsibility of the private sector to play its role in the IT growth and training."

Courtesy : Dareecha


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