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Tax season is here, so why not tackle your taxes with some help from the Intel AppUp(SM) center? First, make sure you know the big picture of your personal expenses with Expenses at a Glance, which you can utilize to convert units at your leisure with Converter Plus. Then, work through and estimate your home loan and mortgage payments with Home Loan Calc. Finally, to gauge the overall state of the US economy, use Economy to compare state finances, and help ensure you know where your money is going. Your taxes never seemed so manageable!

To help address the growing need for more precise and efficient management of data center power consumption and utilization, Intel and Dell worked together to introduce the advanced version of OpenManage Power Center in the latest generation Dell PowerEdge servers based on Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600. Dell OpenManage Power Center utilizes real-time power and thermal monitoring and management data available via Intel® Data Center Manager (DCM) and Intel® Node Manager. Read more to find out how accurate data provided by Intel DCM and Dell’s OpenManage Power Center help allow facilities operators and data center managers have more control over power and cooling consumption levels.

In the spirit of National Goof Off Day, take a break from the daily grind with the Intel AppUpSM center. Harness your inner DJ and mix your own jams with Mixman, now available for free for a limited time (normally $9.99). With Paul Frank Desk, decorate your desktop with quirky, productive desk utilities ranging from a wall calendar to a black-eyed pet fish. Lastly, is there any better way to goof off than with our favorite poultry and pigs, Angry Birds?

SANTA CLARA, Calif., March. 22, 2012 – Intel Corporation's board of directors has declared a 21 cents per share (84 cents per share on an annual basis) quarterly dividend on the company's common stock. The dividend will be payable on June 1, 2012 to stockholders of record on May. 7, 2012.


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Today Intel announced the Intel® Atom™ CE5300 Media Processor aimed at the next generation of set-top boxes and media gateways. Performance, graphics, power management and user interface improvements in this new product family enables service providers to deploy comprehensive and immersive connected experiences such as the new Amino Freedom Live media gateway which can deliver content seamlessly to TVs, smartphones and tablets around the home. Inside Scoop has more details about this next wave of silicon for platforms supporting the “smart TV experience.”

At the Intel Solution Summit (ISS) today, Intel’s Enterprise Platforms and Services Division (EPSD) launched the Intel® Server Continuity Suite software for Intel rack and server products to help channel resellers grow their offerings for small and medium businesses. The software adds to a deep portfolio of hardware, software and solutions offerings that help channel resellers build servers based on the new Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600 product family. Intel EPSD also announced 50 new channel server solutions, or “recipes,” for the new processor family through its Intel Enabled Solutions Acceleration Alliance (Intel® ESAA).

What would you do for an Ultrabook™? That’s the question Intel is asking in Ultrabook™ Temptations, a series of six light-hearted social experiments filmed in Australia, Indonesia and Thailand and launched on YouTube today. Would you scour Australia’s iconic Bondi beach for an Ultrabook™ buried in the sand? How about ride an escalator up and down all day in Bangkok or compete to be the most excited person in Indonesia.

Intel was recognized by the Ethisphere Institute, the leading business ethics think-tank, as one of the 2012 World’s Most Ethical Companies. By implementing and maintaining ethical business practices and initiatives, Intel secured a hard-earned spot on this year’s list. Intel was last recognized on this list in 2009. Learn more about the practices and initiatives that earned Intel this honor.

Intel Capital announced investments in two Bay Area based brand engagement companies BrightEdge and 500friends. BrightEdge is an enterprise platform for both search and social management that enables brands marketers to find customers and secure companies in those channels. 500friends offers a social loyalty solution in which e-commerce retailers utilize tools and analytics to reward customer behaviors. These investments highlight data center innovations that are vital to e-commerce retailers and enterprise users. Since 1991, Intel Capital has invested more than US$10.5 billion in over 1,218 companies in 51 countries. The full BrightEdge release is here and the full 500friends release is here.


Paul Otellini, President and CEO of Intel, Charles Bolden, NASA Administrator and Dr. Gary May, Dean of Engineering of Georgia Tech, discuss the importance of engineering to American innovation in front of hundreds of Georgia Tech students.

Today, the President’s Council on Jobs and Competitiveness in collaboration with engineering schools, Intel, Facebook, MTV and Google officially launched the STAY WITH IT campaign on the campus of Georgia Tech. STAY WITH IT is the first student outreach campaign focused on connecting engineering students to a community of their peers and experienced engineers, role models and influencers to encourage and motivate them to stay with the field of study and graduate with an engineering degree.  To learn more, please visit the STAY WITH IT Facebook page.

Nithin Tumma of Fort Gratiot, Mich. Wins $100,000 Award from the Intel Foundation



  • Nithin Tumma, whose research could lead to less toxic and more effective breast cancer treatments, received the top award of $100,000 at the Intel Science Talent Search 2012, a program of Society for Science & the Public.
  • Other finalists from across the U.S. took home additional awards totaling $530,000.
  • The Intel Science Talent Search, the nation's oldest and most prestigious pre-college science and math competition, recognizes 40 high school seniors who are poised to be the next leaders in innovation and help solve some of the world's greatest challenges.



WASHINGTON, D.C., March 13, 2012 – From medical treatments to alternative energy solutions, innovation has been top of mind in our nation's capital this week. Honoring high school seniors with exceptional promise in math and science, Intel Corporation and Society for Science & the Public (SSP) recognized the winners of the nation's most elite and demanding high school research competition, the Intel Science Talent Search.


Nithin Tumma, 17, of Fort Gratiot, Mich., won the top award of $100,000 from the Intel Foundation for his research, which could lead to more direct, targeted, effective and less toxic breast cancer treatments. He analyzed the molecular mechanisms in cancer cells and found that by inhibiting certain proteins, we may be able to slow the growth of cancer cells and decrease their malignancy. Nithin is first in his class of 332, a varsity tennis player and a volunteer for the Port Huron Museum, where he started a restoration effort for historical and cultural landmarks.


Second place honors and $75,000 went to Andrey Sushko, 17, of Richland, Wash., for his development of a tiny motor, only 7 mm (almost 1/4 inch) in diameter, which uses the surface tension of water to turn its shaft. Born in Russia, Andrey worked from home to create his miniature motor, which could pave the way for other micro-robotic devices. Andrey, a long-time builder of small boats, recently filed for a Guinness World Record for the smallest radio-controlled sailing yacht.


Third place honors and $50,000 went to Mimi Yen, 17, of Brooklyn, N.Y., for her study of evolution and genetics, which focuses on microscopic worms, specifically looking at their sex habits and hermaphrodite tendencies. Mimi believes that through research such as hers, we may better understand the genes that contribute to behavioral variations in humans. Mimi was born in Honduras and is fluent in Cantonese. She plays French horn and volunteers to prepare and deliver meals to people with serious illnesses.


These finalists join the ranks of other notable Science Talent Search alumni who over the past 70 years have gone on to win seven Nobel Prizes, two Fields Medals, four National Medals of Science, 11 MacArthur Foundation Fellowships and even an Academy Award for Best Actress.


"We invest in America's future when we recognize the innovative achievements of our nation's brightest young minds," said Intel President and CEO Paul Otellini. "Hands-on experience with math and science, such as that required of Intel Science Talent Search finalists, encourages young people to think critically, solve problems and understand the world around them. Rather than simply memorizing facts and formulas, or repeating experiments with known outcomes, this competition engages students in an exciting way and provides a deeper level of understanding in such important but challenging subjects."


Other top honors from the competition include:


  • Fourth Place: Fengning (David) Ding of Albany, Calif. received a $40,000 award for his work on representation theory of Cherednik algebras, a topic in theoretical mathematics that sheds light on deformations of important symmetries, which are related to conservation laws.
  • Fifth Place: Benjamin van Doren of White Plains, N.Y. received a $30,000 award for investigating a poorly understood behavior of nocturnal migratory birds, called morning flight, which has potential implications for the growing wind power industry.
  • Sixth Place: Neel Patel of Geneva, Fla. received a $25,000 award for studying how non-speech patterns of sounds – called sonifications – can convey information, which could lead to a computer-user interface as revolutionary as the graphical interface was 30 years ago.
  • Seventh Place: Anirudh Prabhu of West Lafayette, Ind. received a $25,000 award for his investigation of the odd perfect number problem, and his suggestion that odd perfect numbers do not exist.
  • Eighth Place: Clara Fannjiang of Davis, Calif. received a $20,000 award for developing enhanced radio telescope data collection methods, which may help astronomers see farther into the universe, and generate clearer images and save processing time.
  • Ninth Place: Alissa Zhang of Saratoga, Calif. received a $20,000 award for her approaches to monitoring glucose levels in diabetic patients, which may allow for measuring glucose levels in bodily fluids, such as tears, as opposed to blood.
  • Tenth Place: Jordan Cotler of Northbrook, Ill. received a $20,000 award for inventing a cryptography protocol that permits the detection of eavesdroppers.


In total, the Intel Foundation awarded $1.25 million for the Intel Science Talent Search 2012. When Intel assumed the title sponsorship 14 years ago, it increased the annual awards by more than $1 million to bring greater attention to math and science achievement, encourage more youth to embrace these fields, and further show the impact these subjects have on the country's future success.


This year's finalists hail from 16 states and represent 39 schools. Of the 1,839 high school seniors who entered the Intel Science Talent Search 2012, 300 were announced as semifinalists in January. Of those, 40 were chosen as finalists and invited to Washington, D.C., to compete for the top 10 awards.


Society for Science & the Public, a nonprofit membership organization dedicated to public engagement in scientific research and education, has owned and administered the Science Talent Search since its inception in 1942.


"The Intel Science Talent Search celebrates the accomplishments of our future top researchers and innovators," said Society President Elizabeth Marincola. "Society for Science & the Public is proud to join Intel in congratulating Nithin Tumma and all of the Intel Science Talent Search 2012 finalists. Their dedication to science is inspiring, and the quality and depth of their work bodes well for our nation's continued innovation and economic prosperity."


To learn more about SSP, and its programs and publications, visit www.societyforscience.org, follow SSP on Twitter at www.twitter.com/society4science, or visit SSP's Facebook page at www.facebook.com/societyforscience.


Intel is committed to supporting math and science innovation across all levels of education. The Intel Science Talent Search is just one example of Intel's support of education at the high school level. Tomorrow, at the collegiate level, Otellini will announce STAY WITH IT, a community focused on connecting university engineering students with their peers, experienced engineers, role models and influencers, and motivate them to stay with their specific engineering field of study. The program will launch at Georgia Tech in conjunction with "Day of Engineering." The schedule for this day includes a Facebook Live event at 3 p.m. ET, available at www.facebook.com/engineering; click Tech Talk Live.


To get the latest Intel education news, visit www.intel.com/newsroom/education, and join the conversation on Facebook and Twitter.




WASHINGTON, D.C., March 13, 2012 - Nithin Tumma, 17, of Fort Gratiot, Mich., accepts the Intel Science Talent Search top award of $100,0000 from Intel President and CEO Paul Otellini. The Intel Science Talent Search is a program of Society for Science & the Public. Nithin and the 39 other finalists now join the ranks of Nobel Laureates and Fields Medals recipients as alumnae of the nation's oldest and most prestigious high school science and math research competition.


About Intel
Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) is a world leader in computing innovation. The company designs and builds the essential technologies that serve as the foundation for the world’s computing devices. Additional information about Intel is available at newsroom.intel.com and blogs.intel.com.


Intel is a trademark of Intel Corporation in the United States and other countries.


* Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.

Following the acquisition of Telmap navigation and location-based services, Intel has introduced a new developer services beta providing location-based APIs for enhanced app development capabilities on Ultrabooks and other mobile devices. Developers can use these APIs cross-platform, cross-device and cross-operating systems for functionalities such as geocoding, reverse geocoding, mapping, directions and point of interest to create location-aware games, social networking, lifestyle and other apps for use on any device. Enroll in the developer services beta by signing up today.

Kurtis Carsch, 17, of Plano, Tex. discusses with a curious young man his research, which could result in cleaner, lower-cost fuel.

Kurtis Carsch, 17, of Plano, Tex. discusses with a curious young man his research, which could result in cleaner, lower-cost fuel.

At the Intel Science Talent Search, a program of Society for Science & the Public, Kurtis Carsch, 17, of Plano, Tex. discussed with a curious young man his research which could result in cleaner, lower-cost fuel. Kurtis is one of 40 Intel Science Talent Search finalists competing this week in the nation’s oldest and most prestigious high school science research competition. The top winners in this year’s competition will be announced on Tuesday evening around 9 pm ET. Follow the news here.

Intel is heading to Austin, TX for SXSW 2012 which kicks off today and runs through Mar. 18. This past week, Intel sponsored a 3-day DJ battle on Turntable.fm, and the winning DJ earned an Ultrabook™ inspired by Intel and will now DJ live at the Turntable.fm event Mar. 10. And to close out SXSW, Intel will sponsor the third annual MOG at The Mohawk music event Mar. 17 which will be streamed live on MOG.com with headline act The Roots. For more information on Intel’s presence at SXSW this year, read “Your Guide to Intel at SXSW 2012.”

Today Intel announced its latest server technology aimed to power the data centers to meet the requirements of ever growing connected world. With more than 3 billion users and 15 billion devices forecasted to be online by 2015, the data centers have to scale to handle 3 times bigger data traffic than today, be more efficient and secure. New, introduced Intel Xeon processors E5-2600 product family are designed to address all key data center challenges with 80% more performance, 50% more performance per watt compared to previous generation. Read here to find all the details about the engine that will power the future of the connected world.

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