Inside Intel’s Secret Warehouse in Costa Rica

The chip maker is stockpiling legacy technology at a facility in Costa Rica for security tests that can be done from anywhere in the world and it plans to expand the facility to house 6,000 pieces of equipment.

Inside Intel'S Secret Warehouse In Costa Rica

The Wall Street Journal – by James Rundle

The chip maker is stockpiling legacy technology at a facility in Costa Rica for security tests that can be done from anywhere in the world and it plans to expand the facility to house 6,000 pieces of equipment.

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