Intel: Wooing Business Via the Web

The investment arm of the chip giant is gathering some of the smartest innovators from Web 2.0 to create a suite of publishing, posting, and newsgathering programs

Tech and media titans of every stripe are staking out territory in the new, interactive Web. Intel Capital (INTC), the investment arm of the world's biggest computer chipmaker, wants to leave its mark through a deal with several startups to build a package of publishing, posting, and interactive newsgathering programs for businesses. The product, called SuiteTwo, will be available early 2007 and will sell for $175 to $200 per user, per year.

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