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Intel finds itself on the front lines in Israel
By Sumner Lemon, IDG News Service
Several barrages of rockets fired by Hezbollah guerillas in southern Lebanon hit the Israeli port city of Haifa on Sunday. The coastal city is home to one of Intel Corp.â€™s most important processor design centers.
The first barrage of rockets on Sunday killed eight Israeli workers and wounded 17 at a train depot in Haifa. No one was injured by two additional attacks on the city that same day, according to Israeli media reports. On Sunday, Israelâ€™s Home Front Command ordered residents in Haifa to stay inside bomb shelters.
Despite the rocket attacks, operations at Intelâ€™s Haifa design center have so far not been disrupted, said Koby Bahar, a spokesman for Intel Israel. The center employs around 2,300 workers, he said.
Responding to the Home Front Commandâ€™s orders, essential employees are working inside protected areas at Intelâ€™s development center while others work from bomb shelters near their home. â€œThe protective shelters in Haifa are equipped with wireless connections and all Intel employees have laptops, so that hasnâ€™t affected work,â€