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Intel Single Chip Cloud Wins German Green Tech Award

Intel’s Sean Koehl writes that German government recently presented Intel with an award for the development of the 48-core concept vehicle, the Single Chip Cloud Computer. The research chip won a German Innovation Prize for Climate and the Environment in the category “Environmentally Friendly Technologies.” Franz Olbrich, from the Intel lab in Germany which co-led the design of the SCC, traveled to Berlin to accept the award today on behalf of the company.

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