Intel Presents Technology and Manufacturing Day

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March 28, 2017


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Intel Corporation sponsored Technology and Manufacturing Day on March 28, 2017, in San Francisco.

The daylong event focused on Intel’s role as a technology leader. It was presented live to analysts, investors and media from around the world.

Press Kit: Leading at the Edge: Intel Technology and Manufacturing

Event speakers included Intel corporate leaders Stacy Smith, Mark Bohr, Ruth Brain, Kaizad Mistry and Murthy Renduchintala, as well as representatives of Intel Custom Foundry.

Video replays of Technology and Manufacturing Day events are available at the top of this story and in the Intel newsroom’s Technology and Manufacturing Day press kit.

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