Montpellier is the home for Intel Software and Services Group’s (SSG) Open Source Technology Center (OTC)—France.
OTC-France team brings to Intel a wealth of telephony, networking, messaging and device management software experience.
The knowledge of the OTC-France group helps Intel accelerate its software product development for the tablet and handset platform.
The team is involved in building and enhancing the open source software stack of Bluetooth, Near Field Communication (NFC), Device Management, Telephony, Messaging, and Quality Assurance for the above components.
There are three engineering teams: application and tools, middleware development, and quality assurance.
Intel office in Nantes is home to the CoFluent Technology Center, a software R&D engineering team in charge of developing Intel CoFluent system modeling and simulation tools.
Intel Nantes is located at the heart of the “La Chantrerie” high-tech campus, surrounded by innovative companies and technical universities and engineering schools, on the banks of the beautiful Erdre River, with its parks and castles. Nantes, which is close to the Atlantic coast, offers a great quality of life and is renowned for its many cultural, environmental and economic energy.
Caring for our planet and inspiring the next generation
Our passionate commitment to innovation and sustainable business practices is what drives us in our ongoing quest for ever-more energy efficient products, and a smaller ecological footprint.
Intel France is involved in a number of activities and programmes with our local communities and is committed to making positive contributions to them. Large scale education programmes include:
- The Intel® Teach Programme
- The Intel® Higher Education Programme
- Intel Science and Engineering Fair
- Intel Challenge Europe
The Ministry of National Education and the Intel World Ahead Programme have undertaken comprehensive initiatives that are using information and computing technologies to help transform higher education and improve students’ opportunities to succeed.
The Intel World Ahead Programme, in conjunction with French universities, is driving the Student Laptop Initiative to better prepare students for the digital economy. This programme delivers free wireless connectivity in universities, ownership of laptop computers by post-secondary students and new content and tools to enable professors and students fully integrate ICT into their daily activities.