Meeting the Challenge of COVID-19
The world faces an enormous challenge in fighting COVID-19. Behind it all, Intel is committed to accelerating access to technology that can combat the current pandemic and enable scientific discovery that better prepares society for future crises.1
Intel Commits $50 Million with Pandemic Response Technology Initiative to Combat Coronavirus
In addition to $10 million in donations for global COVID-19 relief efforts, Intel is pledging $50 million in a pandemic response technology initiative to combat the coronavirus through accelerating access to technology at the point of patient care, speeding scientific research and ensuring access to online learning for students and teachers.
Mapping the Impact of the PRTI One Year Later
One year ago, Intel launched the Pandemic Response Technology Initiative (PRTI), a $50 million commitment to use technology to combat the effects of COVID-19. Explore the map of all 230 projects we partnered on last year and learn more about the work we’re doing in healthcare, education and economic recovery.
One hundred days since Intel launched its $50 million Pandemic Response Technology Initiative in April, Intel and ViacomCBS are close to rolling out a series of pre-recorded online classes unlike anything most L.A. kids have seen before in their classrooms.
Responding to COVID-19 takes a coordinated effort to protect the health and well-being of employees while keeping the business running for our customers and supporting the communities we operate in.
Ensuring the safety and well-being of our employees, service partners, and the Intel community around the world is paramount. We’re also actively supporting the need to help others in our communities and beyond.
Leveraging the Intel Foundation to provide local community and philanthropic relief in health and safety, education, community development and economic support through cash assistance from employee donations and matching funds.
Working with government, business and NGOs around the world to provide relief where it is most needed—including providing personal protective equipment for those on the front lines and technology assistance to those in the greatest need.
Supporting our partners as they develop new technology solutions for telemedicine, scientific research, and critical care delivery around the world. We’re working to help speed the testing, diagnosis, and treatment of coronavirus.