Japan's Fair Trade Commission raided Intel offices in the country yesterday as part of an investigation into the chip giant's business practices.
What does S2 stand for?
S2 stands for Intel Office (USMC)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 26 other meanings of S2 in our Acronym Attic
- SPH 1-Phosphate
- Sphingosine 1-Phosphate
- Regimental Personnel Officer/ Intelligence Officer
- Surfaced One Side (lumber)
- Surfaced One Side and Centre Matched (lumber)
- Surfaced One Side, One Edge (lumber)
- Surfaced One Side, Two Edges (lumber)
- Schirmer - test
- Security of the First World (gaming clan)
- Westinghouse Submarine Nuclear Plant (Design 1)
- Intelligence Officer (US Army)
- Secondary 2 (various locations)
- Shut Up and Sit Down
- Sims 2 (game)
- Sleep Mode 2 (partial-sleep computer power-down state)
- Smackdown 2 (Playstation game)
- Socom 2 (gaming)
- Super Solenoid (Evangelion)
- Intelligence Officer (US Army)/Assistant Chief Of Staff
- Intelligence Officer (US Army)/Operations And Training Officer
Samples in periodicals archive:
In July 2005, EC investigators raided Intel offices in two countries looking for evidence of antitrust violations.
Evidence seized from Intel offices and collected from PC manufacturers across Europe provided the foundation for the European Commission's strong antitrust case.
Additionally, the European Commission -- in coordination with national competition authorities -- recently raided Intel offices across Europe, as well as a number of other IT firms manufacturing or selling computers, as part of its ongoing investigation into Intel for antitrust violations.
He opened Intel offices in Asia-Pacific, including China, India and the emerging markets of Southeast Asia.
Examples include designing wireless capabilities into products; working with other companies to establish standards to solve wireless security and ease-of-use technical problems; equipping Intel offices and factories with wireless network access points; making venture investments; and researching advanced wireless technologies like smart antennas and intelligent roaming.