CNET reports that Intel has announced that it has assembled a collaboration software suite that will be offered to small and medium-size businesses via retailers. At the Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco, the chip giant gave details of the initiative, and announced that the package will include software from Six Apart, Socialtext, NewsGator, and SimpleFeed. These small software companies provide applications for blogs, RSS feeds, wikis, and social networking. These applications are commonly associated with consumers. However, corporations are increasingly leveraging these applications. In an effort to accelerate their use, Intel decided to assemble these utilities into a single suite. In addition, later this month, Intel will launch Channel Marketplace, which is an extension to an existing hardware-oriented reseller program that will allow Intel partners to resell software as well…