Intel has kicked off its annual Asia-Pacific (APAC) Solutions Summit, welcoming over 325 channel partners to the event it is hosting in Macau.
The three-day summit is held to provide partners with the latest business insights to create effective solutions for businesses and conumers across the region.
"As Intel brings more products into the market in 2013, want to enable the channel to be in the best position to participate and compete in the compute continuum - whether it be desktop and server products based on Intel's newest fourth generation Core processors, or the latest ultrabooks and tablets," Intel APAC reseller channel organisation director, Kamil Hasan, said at the opening keynote.
Hasan also said Intel will introduce a range of new programs in 2013 with the aim of providing the appropriate support to the channel in reaching customers.
The existing ITP program intends to train, support, and position channel partners for sustained growth through supporting current business models while identifying new opportunities.
According to Xenon Technology Group founder, Dragan Dimitrovici, being part of Intel's channel ecosystem has allowed it to enhance its solutions and create business opportunities in scientific research, virtualisation, and Cloud computing.
"With the collaborative support from Intel, we have deployed high performance computing solutions to all major Australian research centres, including CSIRO."
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