Intel Corp. has chosen a California high school to become the second in the nation to participate in its Model School Program. Over the next six months, the company and its partners will contribute $3.9 million in products and services to the school and showcase it around the world as a model for the future.

With the agreement, Whitney High School in Cerritos, Calif., will receive a variety of services from Intel and participating partners, including 100 wireless desktop and 100 wireless laptop computers. Each machine will run with Intel's latest Pentium 4 technology.


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