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Welcome to Intel Corporation's Copyright Permission Request page. Please review the below categories to determine if your request conforms to one of these classifications. If your request meets the below criteria, please click "Yes" and provide us with a small amount of detail so we can determine your intended use. If your request does not fit into any of these categories, please click "No" and complete the request form. Expect at least 72 hours turnaround time.

1. You are a student requesting permission to reprint up to three images, charts or diagrams, or less than 10 sentences of text, in connection with a Ph.D. thesis, masters thesis, or other student paper. The paper may be published in an established academic journal. You located the Intel material on our public website http:www.intel.com or in other material publicly distributed by Intel.

2. You are a university professor requesting permission to reprint up to three images, charts or diagrams, or less than 10 sentences of text, in connection with a paper intended to be published in an established academic journal. You located the Intel material on our public website http:www.intel.com or in other material publicly distributed by Intel.

3. You are an established academic publisher requesting permission to reprint a single image, chart or diagram or less than 10 sentences of text, in connection with a particular textbook or coursepack targeted at university or high school students. A reasonable person would not find your use of the material disparaging of Intel. You located the Intel material on our public website http:www.intel.com or in other material publicly distributed by Intel.

4. You are a government agency, non-profit NGO, or other non-profit public service organization requesting permission to reprint a single image, chart or less than 10 sentences of text, in connection with a hard copy publication designed to further the mission of the agency, NGO or other organization. A reasonable person would not find your use of the material disparaging of Intel. You located the Intel material on our public website http:www.intel.com or in other material publicly distributed by Intel.

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