Intel Inks Deal With China's Largest Search Engine
Intel China and Baidu.com signed a memorandum of understanding to cooperate in advancing Internet search applications for laptops, handsets, and PCs in homes.
SAN JOSE, Calif. — Intel Corp. and China’s leading search engine provider have signed a memorandum of understanding for the cooperation in the development of Internet search and related applications in China.
Intel China Ltd., a subsidiary of Intel (Santa Clara, Calif.), and Baidu.com Inc., the leading Chinese-language Internet search provider, will cooperate in advancing Internet search applications for laptops, handsets and PC in the digital home environment.
The companies will couple Intel's server platform with Baidu's backend search systems to achieve optimized performance and operational stability, according to Baidu (Beijing).
Intel is also Baidu's backend server platform provider in China.