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Intel Corporation Media Kit

Intel Corporation Media Kit

Headquartered in Santa Clara, Calif., Intel today has more than 100,000 employees in 63 countries and serves customers in more than 120 countries. Intel today designs and manufactures a variety of essential technologies, including microprocessors and chipsets and the additional hardware, software, and related services that together serve as the foundation for many of the world’s computing devices.

 

Over the last decade, Intel has evolved from a company that largely serves the PC industry, to a company that increasingly provides the vital intelligence inside all things computing. In fact, one-third of Intel's revenue is associated with products beyond the PC. Hardware and software products by Intel and subsidiaries such as McAfee, power the majority of the world’s data centers, connect hundreds of millions of cellular handsets and help secure and protect computers, mobile devices and corporate and government IT systems. Intel technologies are also inside intelligent systems, such as in automobiles, automated factories and medical devices.

 

 

Intel  is a world leader in computing innovation. The company designs and builds the essential technologies that serve as the foundation for the world’s computing devices.

 

At Intel, it is part of the company's DNA to invest in R&D. The company is investing to develop the future of computing. In the last decade Intel spent more than $50 billion in research and development. In 2011, Intel’s worldwide R&D investment was $8.4 billion.

 

Intel today designs and manufactures a variety of essential technologies, including microprocessors and chipsets and the additional hardware, software, and related services that together serve as the foundation for many of the world's computing devices.

 

Intel technologies are used in a range of devices and applications, from PCs, notebooks, and Ultrabook™ devices to tablets and smartphones and the data centers that support them. Intel technologies are also inside intelligent systems, such as in automobiles, automated factories and medical devices. Intel also develops and sells software and services focused primarily on security and technology integration.

 

Through these products and services, Intel aims to deliver engaging, consistent and secure experiences across all Internet-connected devices, whether in the home, car, office, or pocket.

 

"At Intel, we don't separate corporate responsibility from our business; it's an integral part of our management approach and our overall global strategy," - Intel CEO Paul Otellini. The Intel brand makes it a priority to give back each year to ensure responsibility to communities and the future of innovation. For the past ten years Intel has remained amongst the top ten most valuable brands in the world. The company is the single-largest voluntary purchaser of green power in the United States, and proudly invest over $100 million each year in education across more than 50 countries.

 

In 1968, Robert Noyce and Gordon Moore left the pioneering Silicon Valley firm Fairchild Semiconductor to start a new chip company, soon to be known as Intel Corporation. Today, the two co-founders are recognized worldwide for their contributions to technology, industry, and society – contributions which continue to serve as guideposts for Intel. Noyce is credited with creating the first integrated circuit (IC) made from silicon, the basis of all modern electronics. Moore made the famous observation, in Electronics magazine in 1965 - later called Moore’s Law - that the number of transistors that can be placed in a given area of a silicon microchip doubles every two years - effectively chartering the pace of silicon-based innovation for Intel, the industry, and humankind ever since.

 

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Intel Corporate Timeline: Biggest Accomplishments and Newsworthy Moments That Make Up Our Corporate Timeline

 

The interactive timeline below allows you to scroll through the corporate timeline from 1968 to present day. See some of our biggest accomplishments and newsworthy moments that make up our corporate timeline.

 

 

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