Fifty years ago, Robert Noyce and Gordon Moore founded Intel with a purpose: To ponder what might be possible. To imagine, to question and to do wonderful in pursuit of a better future. In honor of our golden anniversary, we’re embracing Noyce’s inspiring challenge, “Don’t be encumbered by history, go off and do something wonderful.”

Our 50th anniversary is an opportunity to honor our heritage and look ahead to what’s next. Intel is building the future with the technologies we invent, delivering experiences once thought to be impossible.

Intel’s anniversary is officially July 18, 2018, but all year long we will bring together our people, our partners and our communities to celebrate a bright future for Intel today, and a better world tomorrow.

News and Stories

Intel at 50 Story Series

Historic Photos

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  • Introduced in 1992, the Pentium processor was named by Intel emp
  • Gordon Moore (with the shovel), Robert Noyce (right) and two uni
  • Intel’s SC1 headquarters building in Santa Clara, California, in
  • Fire destroyed Intel’s assembly plant in Penang, Malaysia, in 19
  • An Intel archive photo shows Intel’s first 106 employees, includ
  • An Intel archive photo shows an early generation of bunny suits
  • Intel-50-Busicom
  • An Intel archive photo shows Wrinkles, which was manufactured in

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People of Intel

A History of PC Innovation (Infographic)

History PC Innovation 2

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Manufacturing

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