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[8 May 2008 | No Comment | 438 supporters]

WASHINGTON, D.C., May 8, 2008 – Speaking at the U.S.-Arab Economic Forum in Washington, D.C., Intel Corporation Chairman Craig Barrett shared his vision on the role of technology and education in driving a digital transformation in the Middle East.

“Education and technology can expand what is possible and create opportunities for people across the Middle East,” said Barrett. The foundation for innovation in today’s knowledge based economy relies on a highly educated workforce and a strong technology infrastructure. Together they make up the backbone of the modern economy.”
Barrett also said such …

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[12 Mar 2008 | No Comment | 467 supporters]

New IPv6 Training Lab Is Part of European Union Initiative
SOFIA, Bulgaria – March 12, 2008 – Cisco® and the Bulgarian State Agency for Information Technologies and Communications (DAITS) today announced the opening of Southeast Europe’s first lab for training and research in Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6). The lab’s networking and communication equipment is being donated by Cisco.
Located in the Bulgarian capital city of Sofia, this is Europe’s second IPv6 lab, after the one operated by RENATER, the French national research network in Paris. The laboratories will be interconnected to …

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[15 Jan 2008 | No Comment | 704 supporters]

As part of getting Linux training on Linux concepts, you need to learn Linux terms to understand the concepts.
These articles, with names ending in “Linux Concepts & Terms”, have been created to help you learn how to “speak geek” and understand Linux terms – and this will help you learn how to use Linux!
Linux Tips: Rather than just defining Linux terms, these articles will describe “related” Linux terms “in context”, while using the terms to describe Linux concepts. The end result is: “Translating Linux Geek-Speak into Clear Steps for Frustration-Free …