2200 Mission College Blvd
Santa Clara, CA, 95054 United States
(408) 765-8080 †
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#51 in FORTUNE 1000 (June 2016)
Intel is the biggest computer chip company, controlling 80% of the market for microprocessors that go into desktop and notebook computers. It also makes chips for servers, smartphones, and tablets we well as embedded semiconductors for the industrial, medical, and automotive markets. The company's chips start in its research labs around the world and they are made in one of the industry's biggest manufacturing systems. As PC sales have declined, Intel has shifted focus and resources to develop and make chips for the data centers that power cloud computing. A small portion of revenue comes from security software. About 60% of Intel's revenue comes from computer and device makers based in Asia.
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