Intel's sales and marketing office in Stockholm, Sweden provides world-class sales and support at the original equipment manufacturer (OEM), developer and end-user levels. It's responsible for delivering innovative products to consumer and OEM markets, creating demand for Intel's products and much more.
The primary responsibilities for Intel's sales and marketing team in Sweden include:
In addition to Intel's sales and marketing office in Stockholm, Intel Sweden also includes the Wireless Competence Centre, which began operation in Sweden in 1999. The Wireless Competence Centre works to strengthen Intel's position in the wireless market by developing collaborations and technology concepts with industry leaders. It acts as a regional competence center that foresees, visualizes and influences the future of mobile technologies. The center was established in December 1999 and is part of a global network with centers in Tsukuba, Japan and Beijing, China. The office also focuses on working with local PC manufacturers, Intel distribution partners and the software industry.
Intel® Personal Internet Client Architecture (Intel PCA) Software Optimizations Lab is also located in Stockholm. Integrated into the Wireless Competence Centre, the lab helps application developers maximize the performance of software for mobile phones and PDAs based on the Intel® XScale™ technology. The lab strengthens Intel's relationship with European wireless application developers by providing them with technical tools, development support and engineering resources.
Sweden is a multifaceted country where you can experience Stockholm, one of the most cultured cities in the world, and then just a train trip away, enjoy the beautiful Arctic wilderness. The modern, sophisticated Stockholm sits upon 14 islands joined by bridges. This magnificent city offers outdoor enjoyment in its plentiful parks, such as the Bergianska botanical garden and the ecological park. It also has a bustling nightlife, fine restaurants and plenty of shopping areas.
The city of Stockholm has more than 70 museums, including the National Museum and the Museum of History. It also features Kulturhuset, a cultural center with three galleries, where new exhibitions of photography, art, multimedia, fashion and design are always on display. Stockholm's City Hall, inspired by Renaissance palaces, is one of Sweden's most well-known buildings designed in the National Romantic style, though many more architectural attractions abound throughout the city.