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Intel takes a seat on the board of NFC Forum

12/9/2011 12:02 PM EST
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Luis Sanchez
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re: Intel takes a seat on the board of NFC Forum
Luis Sanchez   12/12/2011 8:59:12 PM
I think this is a very good move and perhaps a reactive and not pro-active move from Intel. They might saw the need to have more of an opinion inside the NFC forum. Intel is a major player in the industry and is key in guaranteeing interoperability between x86 computers which use the NFC technology. This also confirms the importance of NFC.

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