Now thats a few more employees.:
MAKER OF integrated circuits, the Intel Corporation, is planning to train more than a million teachers in a bid to boost technology use in rural China.
Chipzilla has signed an agreement with China's Ministry of Education to train teachers and promote the use of technology in rural areas over the next five years.
According to the Xinhua news agency, Intel will donate more than 10,000 personal computers to rural schools by 2008 and help train a million teachers, who will in turn help educate more than 100 million students by 2011.
Intel chairman and dude Craig Barrett did not say how much it would cost his outfit to pay for the programme. So far Intel has invested $1.3 billion since 1985 to set up shop in China.