Intel Corporation, listed on NASDAQ under the ticker of 'INTC', is a multinational technology company.
The company primarily engages itself in the designing, development, and manufacturing of computer products and technologies.
The technology company focuses on developing and manufacturing computers, networking systems, data storage processes, and communications platforms.
The tech firm manages the operations through different units as follows:
• Client Computing Group
• Data Center Group
• Internet of Things (IoT) Group
• Non-Volatile Memory Solutions Group
• Programmable Services
• Solutions Group
Client Computing Group
The segment provides specific platforms for wireless and wired connectivity products, including notebooks, dual systems, personal computers, tablets, phones, mobile communication services, etc.
Data Center Group
The tech firm primarily deals with the development of workload-optimized platforms and other related products for storage, network, and computing functions. It caters to various industries such as technology companies, enterprises, cloud solutions, and communication infrastructure.
Internet of Things (IoT) Group
This segment is solely comprised of computing solutions for specific verticals and embedded applications for retailers. The company provides across three customer verticals: retail, industrial and healthcare. In addition, it provides end-to-end software and technology solutions to automotive, energy firms and government entities.
Non-Volatile Solutions Group
This segment focuses on developing and manufacturing NAND flash memory products used in solid-state drives. It provides next-generation storage and memory products based on Optane technology and 3d NAND technology.
Programmable Solutions Group
The California-based company provides programmable semiconductors and other related products through this segment. It caters to various sectors, including communications, data centers, industrial, automotive, etc. In addition, it also claims to provide end-to-end computer solutions to the military and defense organizations.
American engineers Gordon Moore and Robert Noyce founded the company on July 18, 1968. They purchased rights to use the name Intel from Intelco for US $15,000. The first product, a Schottky bipolar RAM (random access memory), was launched in 1969.
Headquartered in California, the company is one of the largest computer chipmakers across the globe.
The company was reportedly among the Fortune 500 list in 2020, in terms of total revenue.
It is included in various market indexes, including:
• Dow Jones Industrial Average
• S&P 500
• S&P 100 components
The technology giant claims to be among America's Best Employers for 2021.