Intel launches microprocessor that prevents pirated movies

Intel’s, the largest chip manufacturer in the world, created the microprocessor that prevents users from illegally copying movies, an effort to help the Hollywood production houses such as Warner Bros., according to Bloomberg. The company will announce this week new technology. Warner Bros. Americans will use the new product from Intel to launch next month of 300 movies on DVD. The company, with annual revenues of 35 billion dollars, opened last year in Bucharest, a software development center, the first in Europe developed from scratch.
Investing in the new center, where about 200 people will work, amounted to several million euros.

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