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Wednesday, September 15, 2010

30 million dollars in investments by Intel

Intel Capital, Intel's investment company will invest more than $ 30,000,000 in four technology startups. Intel said that the money comes from the line of 200 million U.S. dollars which had been announced that will invest in February.

This investment plan is designed to support technology companies in the U.S., and recruit new graduates from colleges.

The four companies which are funded are, Adaptive Computing, based in Utah to design software for data centers and cloud computing, Ciranova from Santa Clara, the company deals with software design integrated, Jovent from San Francisco, which Intel Capital has invested in the past and deals with the infrastructure needed for cloud computing solutions, and Nexant, also from San Francisco which is the subject of clean energy and services on this track.

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