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Intel Partner Alliance: 6 Program Changes Partners Need To Know

'It's truly an entirely new construct that widens the aperture of the partner ecosystem that we're seeing,' Intel's Eric Thompson tells CRN of the chipmaker's new partner program.

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Intel Brings More Partners Together Under New, Consolidated Program

Intel has officially begun its transition to a revamped partner program, Intel Partner Alliance, with this month's launch of its new training portal, Intel Partner University, which aims to equip partners with personalized curricula for technologies and products like IoT and FPGAs.

The Santa Clara, Calif.-based company announced plans to revamp its partner programs at the Intel Partner Connect event in March, but this month, the chipmaker began sharing more details for what partners should expect, including a shakeup of the tier program as well as new ways for partners to identify themselves and collaborate with each other.

[Related: Jason Kimrey: Intel’s Data-Centric Platform Strategy Is A Winning Hand For Partners ]

Intel Partner Alliance, which is set to launch in the second half of 2020, will consolidate multiple partner programs under one umbrella, with the goals of simplifying how partners work with Intel, providing more technical resources to a broader partner base and enabling the creation of new solutions.

What follows are the most important changes partners need to know about Intel Partner Alliance, including details for Intel Partner University as well as the forthcoming Intel Solutions Marketplace and how the programs will differ from their predecessors.

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