BW: SAGEport to Deliver Intel Dot.Station Web Appliance as Part of Internet Bundle for Seniors
Aug 15, 2000, 01:38 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Intel Corporation and SAGEport Inc., a provider of integrated
Internet services for seniors, today announced that SAGEport would
deliver the Intel Dot.Station web appliance to consumers later this
year as part of its new Internet service bundle targeted for
"The all-in-one bundle, known as SAGEvision, includes an
Intel Dot.Station web appliance, an ISP service that will provide
quick access to the Internet and SAGEport.com, a senior-friendly
community and marketplace on the Internet. SAGEvision also
includes an ergonomically designed keyboard and integrated
trackball created specifically for seniors."
"The Intel Dot.Station web appliance is a perfect match for the
SAGEvision service bundle and we are happy to have SAGEport as one
of our first U.S. customers," said Claude Leglise, vice president,
Intel Architecture Group, and general manager of the Home Products
Group. "SAGEport's focus on seniors makes the easy-to-use Intel
Dot.Station web appliance a natural choice."
"Of the 59 million seniors in this country, 47 million are not
online. SAGEvision aims to remove the barriers standing between
millions of seniors and the Internet."