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This month, tap into your inner gamer with an assortment of apps from Intel AppUp center. Go back in time to World War I with Call of Cthulhu: The Wasted Land as you strategize with a team of investigators and soldiers against an ancient enemy. With Torchlight, an exciting new action role playing game, hack-and-slash your way through a dangerous labyrinth of caverns, monsters, and ruined civilizations. Take a break from your adventures to play and practice your musical skills with Guitar Suite, and access a library of more than 25,000 popular chords. For the young gaming fans, use StoryPlay for a fun interactive experience of drawing and crafting stories over the Internet.

Open Data Center Alliance Forecast 2012, held in conjunction with Cloud Expo in New York City, will be livecast via the ODCA Website. Keynotes from Lockheed Martin’s Curt Aubley and Deutsche Bank’s Andrew Stokes, as well as multiple panels covering a range of cloud-related topics that are critical for IT managers, will be available to view live. Livecast participants can pose questions via social media and participate in the discussion. Intel is technical adviser to the ODCA, an independent IT consortium of global IT leaders working to provide a unified customer vision for long-term data center requirements. Registration for the event is still open. To register for the livecast, please visit the Forecast 2012 Website.

Mobile healthcare is on many people's minds around the world. Electronic health records, consumer health informatics and telemedicine have all enabled broader communication among medical professionals and improved patient care. Leaders from Rock Health, Kiva, Ford, and the GSMA Development Fund discuss how mobile devices can provide patients with access to vital healthcare information without visiting a hospital or doctor’s office. 60 Second Insights brings together a variety of unique perspectives from entertainment, art, technology, business, culture, youth and more to explain how mobility touches various parts of our lives.

On Wednesday evening, the Intel® Level Up Game Demo Contest awarded winners of its yearly competition for professional and student game developers at the E3 edition of Video Games Live. Notable winners included music action-adventure Beatbuddy, racing game ThunderWheels, sandbox style tower defense The White Laboratory and survival horror Blackwell’s Asylum. The winning game demos are available for free download at the Steam store and developer teams will have the opportunity to turn their demo into a fully playable title distributed by Valve.

In honor of this June's Adopt-A-Cat-Month, Intel AppUp℠ center brings you the top photo enhancement apps to showcase your furry friends. Using Snap!, capture wacky webcam moments with all your pets and save directly to your Photobucket account. Use 100 Cameras in 1 to add multiple effects, which can be shared via Facebook, Twitter, Flickr and more. Organize all the fuzzy photos and coordinate a pet adoption using BlueBirds, an organizing Twitter client that will help you stay in the know. Happy catnapping!

Next Wave of Ultrabook™ Devices Now Available; Intel Signs Agreements for Touch Capacity to Meet Expected Demand



  • The next wave of Ultrabook™ devices powered by 3rd generation Intel® Core™ processors is more responsive and offers enhanced security in a choice of designs.
  • Intel announced agreements with Cando*, HannsTouch*, TPK* and Wintek* to ensure capacity of touch technology for the expected growth of touch-enabled Ultrabook convertible designs.
  • New Ultrabook systems offer enhanced security with Intel® Anti-Theft Technology built in and free, limited-time service subscriptions out of the box from Absolute Software*, McAfee*, Norton* and Intel in select global markets.
  • Bringing the best of Intel technology to mobile devices with three Intel-based smartphones now available from Lava* International, Lenovo* and Orange*; 20 tablet design wins based on the Intel® Atom™ SoC, codenamed "Clover Trail," designed for Microsoft* Windows* 8.



COMPUTEX, Taipei, Taiwan, June 5, 2012 – Intel Corporation Senior Vice President Tom Kilroy officially introduced the next wave of Ultrabook™ systems during a keynote address at Computex Taipei 2012. Making a bold statement around the importance of touch technology, Kilroy also announced that Intel has signed agreements with several leading touch panel manufacturers to ensure adequate capacity to meet the expected demand for touch-enabled Ultrabook experiences over the next several years.


He also highlighted the company's efforts to deliver user-centric experiences across a range of mobile devices from the Ultrabook to smartphones and tablets, pointing to momentum across all three.


More than 35 new ultra-sleek, ultra-responsive Ultrabook systems are available now or will be for purchase within 30 days, with more than 110 designs expected in the next year. Powered by 3rd generation Intel® Core™ processors and made with the world's most advanced 22nm 3-D tri-gate transistors, these new Ultrabook devices are more responsive and offer enhanced security in a selection of stylish designs for consumers and business users.


"Our life experiences are defined by our senses -- by what we see, hear and touch," said Kilroy. "These human senses are also at the foundation of Intel's vision for the Ultrabook to deliver a no-compromise, must-have computing experience.


"Today, thanks to the work of the industry at-large, we are one step closer to meeting that vision with the arrival of the next wave of 3rd generation Intel Core processor-powered devices. The innovation must continue as we move to touch-based Ultrabook convertible designs, and in the future aim to give them and other devices senses, making our interaction with them natural and intuitive."


Next Wave of Ultrabook Devices Bring More Responsiveness, Enhanced Security

In addition to increased responsiveness and enhanced security features, Ultrabook devices powered by the new 3rd generation Intel Core processors deliver up to two times the media and graphics performance compared to the previous generation, long battery life and offer more choice of stylish, thin designs.


This new wave of Ultrabook devices wakes up in a flash, meaning systems will transition from hibernation mode to an active state in less than 7 seconds and will also load favorite applications quickly1. Intel® Smart Connect Technology helps keep email and social networks automatically updated even while the Ultrabook sleeps, thus conserving power and battery life.


As security becomes more important to consumers who want peace of mind in the protection of their data and personal assets, the next wave of Ultrabook systems is equipped with enhanced security features, including Intel® Anti-Theft Technology that lets users automatically disable the system if it is lost or stolen. Kilroy announced that people in several major markets worldwide can activate free, limited-time service subscriptions right out of the box from Absolute Software*, McAfee*, Norton* and Intel.


Additionally, all 3rd generation Intel Core processor-based Ultrabook devices have Intel® Identity Protection technology built in to keep peoples' identity safe and ensure that their favorite websites and social networks know it's really them when logging in.


The Ultrabook is also now coming to the enterprise. Built with the 3rd generation Intel® Core™ vPro™ processor platform, these Ultrabook devices provide businesses the security and performance to compute with confidence in the stylish and innovate designs business users desire.


Touch-Enabled, Ultrabook Convertible Designs Offer No-Compromise Experiences

First announced by Intel just over a year ago, the Ultrabook category ushers in a new era of computing that has been quickly fueled by innovation from the broad industry.


"Thank you to our partners here in Taiwan and the computing industry at-large for the unprecedented innovation to bring the Ultrabook to life in such a short time," said Kilroy. "But we're just getting started."


Later this year, Intel and the industry will further evolve Ultrabook devices with the addition of touch-based experiences. Intel believes that touch capability is a key component to the Ultrabook experience and will be increasingly important across a wide range of devices. Kilroy said touch will also help fuel even more innovation and new experiences, particularly for Ultrabook convertibles that offer a truly no-compromise computing experience.


To that end, Kilroy announced touch capacity agreements with several leading touch vendors including Cando, HannsTouch, TPK and Wintek. The agreements are an important element of Intel's overall industry enabling effort and the future of the Ultrabook experience.


Bringing the Best of Intel Technology to Smartphones, Tablets

Highlighting the company's progress in its smartphone business, Kilroy pointed to the imminent in-store availability in the United Kingdom and France of Orange's new high-performance Android* smartphone based on Intel technology. The Intel-powered Lenovo* LePhone* K800 launched online and in retail stores on May 30 in China. These phones join Lava's XOLO* X900, the first smartphone with Intel inside, which launched in India in April.


Kilroy said Intel is committed to delivering a great all-around and secure smartphone experience, including fast browsing and downloads, great multitasking, a brilliant camera, great graphics and video performance with competitive battery life.


He also said Intel-based tablets will extend the smartphone experience while offering compatibility with the extensive library of existing applications and devices. The company has 20 design wins based on the forthcoming 32nm Intel® Atom™ SoC, codenamed "Clover Trail," and designed for Microsoft* Windows* 8. Whether in slate, convertible or other innovative designs, these tablets will be capable of delivering an always-on, always-connected experience that includes very thin solutions and all-day battery life.


The combination of Windows 8 with Intel inside is designed to give users the ability to run new applications offered in the fast and fluid Windows 8 user interface, while also supporting the existing Windows applications people know and use today.


The Future: Computers that See, Hear and Feel

Kilroy challenged the industry to shape the future of computing experiences by giving computers senses, or the ability to see, hear and feel much like people do. The addition of the touch-enabled experiences to the Ultrabook is only the beginning.


Kilroy demonstrated for the first time a multi-language voice experience based on Nuance's Dragon* engine and speech technology optimized for Intel® architecture on an Ultrabook™. Announced in January, the companies are collaborating to provide a great voice experience to consumers. With this solution, users can check and update their social media sites, initiate voice over IP calls, search the Internet and control their media. Users can also control the Ultrabook when not connected to the Internet by using their voice to quickly and easily launch applications, play local media and multi-task.


Kilroy said the company is working on future technologies that could let people engage more naturally and intuitively with a variety of devices, from the Ultrabook or smartphone to everyday intelligent systems. Such applications could include perceptual computing, intuitive and immersive short-range gesture recognition, using smartphones to interact with and control an Ultrabook or desktop PC, or even track a person's heart rate through technology that "sees" and analyzes the movement of a person's cheeks.


For more information please visit the Intel at Computex Taipei 2012multimedia press kit.


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, Intel Atom, Intel Core, Ultrabook, Thunderbolt and the Intel logo are trademarks of Intel Corporation in the United States and other countries.


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

Any codenames featured are used internally within Intel to identify products that are in development and not yet publicly announced for release. Customers, licensees and other third parties are not authorized by Intel to use code names in advertising, promotion or marketing of any product or services and any such use of Intel's internal code names is at the sole risk of the user.


All products, dates, and figures specified are preliminary based on current expectations, and are subject to change without notice.


Intel may make changes to specifications and product descriptions at any time, without notice.


No system can provide absolute security under all conditions. Requires an Intel® Identity Protection Technology-enabled system, including a 2nd generation Intel® Core™ processor enabled chipset, firmware and software, and participating website. Consult your system manufacturer. Intel assumes no liability for lost or stolen data and/or systems or any resulting damages. For more information, visit http://ipt.intel.com. No system can provide absolute security under all conditions. Requires an enabled chipset, BIOS, firmware and software, and a subscription with a capable service provider. Consult your system manufacturer and Service Provider for availability and functionality. Intel assumes no liability for lost or stolen data and/or systems or any other damages resulting thereof. For more information, visit www.intel.com/go/anti-theft.


1 Requires 16GB of NAND cache and minimum PCMark Vantage benchmark scores.

Borrowing engineering methodologies from the automotive and aerospace industries, Intel engineers have created an Ultrabook concept chassis that is a fraction of the cost and equivalent in quality to existing machined aluminum and die cast metal solutions in the market today. Intel said the breakthrough, which involved 'structural reduction analysis' to achieve added strength using existing plastics widely available today, would help lower the cost of Ultrabooks in the near future.The company said it would be sharing the results of its work with its ecosystem partners, and that Ultrabook systems using the new chassis designs would likely become available next year after further refinements in engineering and design.

Intel Capital announced today the opening of an office in Istanbul, Turkey. Intel Capital is the first Silicon Valley investor to open an office in Turkey, building upon a strong track record of investing in the region since 2005. With solid macro-economic credentials, such as 8.5% GDP growth in 2011, and a large, young, well-educated and dynamic population, Turkey is one of the fastest growing economies in the world and its entrepreneurs are producing exciting innovations. Intel Capital’s new office will help build the Turkish technology and venture capital ecosystem by bringing entrepreneurs in the region expertise, connections and programs to open doors to new markets, customers, alliances, co-investors, and emerging technologies. The office will be led by Baris Aksoy who was recently appointed as head of Intel Capital, Turkey & Middle East and North Africa regions. Get more information.

Intel today announced investments in two South-East Asian companies : Singapore based Reebonz.com, one of the largest private sales e-commerce groups in Asia for luxury goods, and Hanoi- based Vietnam Communications Corporation, an internet infrastructure and services company. The announcement was made at the World Economic Forum East-Asia , where Intel Capital highlighted continuous investment into the region, which supports the continued development of engaging local online experiences that will drive technology adoption and increase high speed broadband usage in South-East Asia.

The first Intel-based smartphone for Europe, the Orange San Diego, has launched and will be available in retail starting June 6. Powered by the Intel® Atom™ processor Z2460, the Orange San Diego offers consumers high-performance capabilities with a rich user experience and at an affordable price. This device features a 4.03-inch display and a camera burst mode that allows consumers to snap 10 pictures in under a second with 8-megapixel quality. The device also supports HSPA+ with the Intel® XMM™ 6260 Platform. For more information please visit the Intel Newsroom.

will.i.am called for rain and the Ultrabook delivered for the London-set music video of “This is Love.”

will.i.am called for rain and the Ultrabook delivered for the London-set music video of “This is Love.”

will.i.am being Intel’s director of innovation probably helped get Ultrabook cast in his latest music video, but the “in” didn’t equate to pampered treatment as the Intel system gets rained on for more than half the song. “This is Love,” featuring Dutch singer Eva Simons, is will.i.am’s new dance floor single off the American star’s upcoming solo album, #willpower, on Interscope Records. Set in London and marking will.i.am’s directorial debut, the video uses an Ultrabook as a working prop with simulated images. Word from the crew is that the Ultrabook powered through the shoot despite the soggy elements, but its current condition is unknown. No doubt something for a future episode of “E! Behind the Scenes.”

Intel® Ultrabook™ Infographic

Intel® Ultrabook™ Infographic

The next wave of Ultrabook devices powered by 3rd generation Intel® Core™ processors (previously code named “Ivy Bridge”) will be officially introduced next week at Computex Taipei 2012. With this launch, Intel is one step closer to realizing its vision for a multi-year, industry-wide endeavor to create a no-compromise, more secure computing experience. Announced just a year ago, there are 21 Ultrabook devices in the market today, and momentum is growing with more than 110 designs in the pipeline (and more coming). For a sneak peek of the advancements made by Intel engineers and the new specifications used to define 3rd generation Intel Core-based Ultrabook devices, check out the Technology@Intel blog. Then, tune in to the live stream on the Intel Facebook page on June 4 at 11 p.m. PT (2 p.m. local time in Taiwan)  to hear Tom Kilroy, Intel senior vice president and general manager, Sales and Marketing Group, deliver the opening keynote at Computex 2012 where he will make the announcement and describe how Intel is innovating to deliver superior experiences across a range of mobile devices. The presentation will also be archived in the Intel Newsroom, and you can download a high-resolution version of the infographic.


  • Orange UK to launch the San Diego Android smartphone powered by Intel technology on the 6th June
  • The feature packed San Diego from Orange features Intel’s Atom processor, as well as HD Voice, HD Video and an 8MP camera with ‘burst’ capture mode
  • The San Diego will be available on pay as you go and pay monthly price plans nationwide from Orange shops, Orange telesales and orange.co.uk



Orange San Diego with Intel Inside®

Orange San Diego
with Intel Inside®

Orange San Diego with Intel Inside®

Orange San Diego with Intel Inside®


London, UK – 31 May 2012: Orange today unveiled the San Diego, a new high-performance Android smartphone powered by Intel inside®, which will be available exclusively on Orange from 6th June nationwide.


The San Diego (previously codenamed ‘Orange Santa Clara’) is the first Intel powered smartphone to launch in Europe and will deliver users the latest in innovative smartphone capabilities at an affordable price point.


The handset is powered by the Intel® Atom™ processor Z2460 and supports HSPA+ with the Intel® XMM™ 6260 Platform.  Together, these Intel solutions deliver users a fast and responsive browsing experience.


The San Diego features High-definition (HD) video, helping it to support a rich entertainment offering along with 1080p video capture, image stabilization and HDMI out. What’s more, the handset boasts an 8 mega-pixel camera which features ‘Burst’ mode allowing it to take 10 pictures in under a second to ensure you capture all the action and can choose the very best pictures to keep and share.  The San Diego also comes with mobile HD voice for outstanding audio quality, and features a 4.03” capacitive display, A-GPS and Bluetooth 2.1.


From the home screen, the San Diego will come with quick link access to:

  • Orange Wednesdays: 2-4-1 cinema ticket app – allowing you to read reviews, watch trailers as well as redeem 2-4-1 vouchers all from your handset
  • Your Orange: To help customers keep up to date and manage their Orange account
  • Orange Gestures: Allowing users to draw natural and intuitive gestures on their home screen which can give one-stroke access to their favourite applications or services


The San Diego will be available for £199.99 on Orange Pay As You Go, when customers top up by £10 in Orange shops. When they take out the handset on pay as you go, they will also receive a free monthly allowance of 250Mb* of mobile data per month for 12 months. Alternatively, for launch, the handset will be free to customers who take a 24 month price plan from £15.50 a month until the 25th of July** 2012. The package includes 50 any network call minutes, 50 texts, as well as 100MB of mobile data a month.


Paul Jevons, Director of Products and Devices, Orange UK commented: “We’re proud to be working with such an exciting partner as Intel, and offering our customers the first Orange Intel powered smartphone on the market.”


“The San Diego is a great addition to our own-branded device portfolio, and is testament to our heritage in offering consumers great value innovation."


“We congratulate Orange on the launch of their ’San Diego’ smartphone with Intel inside,” said Mike Bell, Intel Vice President and General Manager of the company’s Mobile and Communications Group. “Orange is truly a progressive operator who has its finger on the pulse on its customer base. The new Intel-based smartphone exemplifies Orange’s focus on delivering a well executed product to its users, from the quality and feel of industrial design to the overall software and applications experience.”


San Diego customers will also benefit from access to T-Mobile’s signal too, meaning they can call, text and access high speed mobile internet in more places across the UK, as well as benefit from Quick Tap Treats – the UK’s first mobile contactless retail reward scheme, and discount on Orange home broadband.


The handset will be supported by a multimillion pound advertising campaign, featuring the Orange ninja creative which will commence in June. The advertising campaign will feature across TV, outdoor, print and online.


The San Diego will be available from 6th June from Orange shops, Orange

Orange telesales and the Orange online shop.  For more information, visit www.orange.co.uk/intel


About Orange UK
Orange is the key brand of the France Telecom Group, one of the world's leading telecommunications operators. With almost 131 million customers, the Orange brand now covers Internet, television and mobile services in the majority of countries where the Group operates.


In the UK, Orange provides high quality GSM coverage to 99% of the UK population, and 3G coverage to more than 93%. Orange and any other Orange product or service names included in this material are trade marks of Orange Brand Services Limited.


On July 1 2010, the company became part of Everything Everywhere, one company that runs two of Britain's most famous brands - Orange UK and T-Mobile UK - with plans to transform the industry by giving customers instant access to everything, everywhere, offering them the best value, best choice and best network coverage in the country. Everything Everywhere Limited is the UK’s biggest communications company, with a combined customer base of almost 28 million people and more than 720 retail stores across the country. Everything Everywhere Limited is registered at Hatfield Business Park, Hatfield, Hertfordshire, AL10 9BW under the registered company number 02382161.


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.


  • The Intel Science and Technology Center (ISTC) for Big Data will be located at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) and five additional collaborating universities.
  • Research at the ISTC will focus on ways to analyze big datasets to develop solutions for such diverse fields as government, financial services, healthcare and life sciences, manufacturing and retail.



SANTA CLARA, Calif., May 30, 2012 –Intel Corporation announced today that the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has won a national search to become the newest Intel Science and Technology Center (ISTC) for Big Data and will be hosted by MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL).


The new research center will seek to accelerate the pace of scientific and medical discoveries, enterprise and industrial computing and encourage innovation in the design of new data-intensive end-user experiences.


By creating and funding an ecosystem of leading researchers in the field and providing a collaborative center such as the ISTC for Big Data, Intel and its partners' goal is to explore new computational solutions for how people share, store and manipulate large amounts of data. This will enable the extraction of the right information to gain new additional insights.


“We are witnessing unprecedented growth in unstructured digital data and this will only accelerate further through the rapid increase of mobile Internet devices such as phones, cars and signs, and the projected development of the ‘Internet of Things,’ which will be constantly sensing the world around us,” said Justin Rattner, Intel’s chief technology officer. “For this massive amount of what is called ‘Big Data’ to be useful, it has to be analyzed to be made understandable. Our goal is to innovate and guide this work across multiple fields, from medical to media, to extract meaning from large amounts of data.”


“At MIT, we are honored that Intel chose CSAIL as the hub of its Intel Science and Technology Center for Big Data; the selection represents a vote of confidence in our ability to work together to accelerate breakthrough research,” said Susan Hockfield, MIT president. “One of MIT's defining strengths is our commitment to working with industry allies like Intel.”


The new ISTC for Big Data is Intel’s sixth research center to open since January 2011. Intel is operating five other U.S.-based ISTCs in the fields of visual computing, secure computing, cloud computing, embedded computing and pervasive computing.


Big Data Research
Research at the new ISTC for Big Data will center on exploring the challenges and opportunities associated with the massive, unstructured and dynamic nature of Big Data. These Big Data attributes are often a poor fit for relational models of conventional database systems and end-user needs for complex, real-time decision-making stay unmet.


Specific research will examine designing and prototyping hardware and software for storing, managing, processing, understanding and visualizing data; discovering novel algorithms and scalable, co-designed architectural alternatives; and innovative ways of optimizing modern processor technology trends such as multicore, manycore and emerging non-volatile memory technologies. The research could impact several areas:

  • Economic analysis: Research at the center will make it possible to visualize and better understand factors driving the global economy. It will become possible for individuals, traders, corporate strategists and government policymakers to combine and analyze streams of real-time data representing financial transactions, social network effects, climate and political developments for faster and better decisions.
  • Healthcare and Life Sciences:  Huge amounts of data need to be processed across the medical community. For example, in the complex area of genetics and gene expression, Big Data analytics could bring the hope of creating more customized treatments for people by making sense of the petabytes of information.
  • Retail: Today’s retail business is a real-time information-driven enterprise. Every customer interaction and movement of a product through a distribution network is measured and used to refine pricing strategies, update inventory decisions and tailor customer incentives. The center’s research will focus on how it can help retailers access information that didn’t exist before or were too costly or complex, so they are able to delight customers with outstanding selection, service and intelligent personalized offers.
  • Government:  Safety and security professionals need actionable intelligence that can help predict scenarios that can be utilized in the fields of disaster preparedness, intelligence gathering and even crowd management. The ISTC for Big Data will explore solutions that can help turn their gold mine of data into high-quality information that can increase efficiencies and inform decisions.


With MIT as its hub school, the ISTC for Big Data will include faculty research collaborators from six U.S. universities, the others being the University of California at Santa Barbara, Portland State University, Brown University, University of Washington and Stanford University. The ISTC for Big Data is expected to complement and benefit from the synergistic research in related fields of cloud and visual computing at the other ISTCs. The ISTC for Big Data is co-led by MIT professors Michael Stonebreaker and Sam Madden as the university principal investigators, and Intel Fellow Pradeep Dubey as the industry principal investigator. Intel’s Jeff Parkhurst will serve as the center’s program director.


To learn more about Intel Big Data initiatives and to get access to useful resources that are helping businesses turn big data into intelligence, visit www.intel.com/bigdata.


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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.


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The Lenovo LePhone K800 smartphone, based on the Intel technology, has launched in China. The handset is powered by the Intel® Atom™ processor Z2460 and delivers a high-performance, low-power smart computing experience to mobile phone users. The LePhone K800 also brings support for full HD 1080P video and wireless display sharing. View the press release for more information.

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