Intel is a global leader in the tech industry, providing integrated hardware and software solutions for personal computing and the internet of things. Founded in 1968 and headquartered in Santa Clara, California, the company has become the world's largest semiconductor chip maker.
Intel's first microprocessor, the Intel 4004, went on sale in 1971. It contained 2,300 transistors and was the first computer on a single chip.
Intel designs, manufactures, and sells advanced integrated digital technology platforms. It is a leader in developing CPUs, chipsets, motherboards, and other products.
Intel's open-source projects aim to improve neural networks and artificial intelligence's speed, accuracy, and efficiency.
Intel has numerous research and development laboratories around the world, from Berkeley and the US to Rio de Janeiro, Munich, and Shanghai.
Intel Corporation is listed on the NASDAQ and is part of the Dow Jones Industrial Average.
Intel produces consumer and enterprise technology, from consumer electronics to server solutions.
Besides its core business, Intel operates venture capital firms and invests in startups.
Intel holds more than 47,000 patents, which is critical to its technology leadership.
Intel sponsors numerous programs to promote science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education.
Intel supports numerous charitable initiatives, notably its Intel Involved employee volunteering program.