“You will no longer have to walk from room to room, spending upwards of 10 minutes looking for a vacant conference for your meeting,” said Jerroyd Moore, an Intel software engineer, who helped develop Open Rooms, an app that helps workers find…
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The app is one of several new technologies installed on the recently remodeled third floor of the Robert Noyce Building (RNB) at Intel headquarters in Santa Clara, Calif. The floor is also rife with electronic whiteboards, video cameras and touch-enabled monitors. The rows of open workstations, each with adjustable height desks and dual monitor mounts, replaces the drab gray fabric cubicles once ridiculed by Conan O’Brien.
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