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Intel Corporation is an American multinational corporation and technology company headquartered in Santa Clara, California, in the Silicon Valley. It is the world's second largest and second highest valued semiconductor chip maker based on revenue after being overtaken by Samsung, and is the inventor of the x86 series of microprocessors, the processors found in most personal computers (PCs). Intel supplies processors for computer system manufacturers such as Apple, Lenovo, HP, and Dell. Intel also manufactures motherboard chipsets, network interface controllers and integrated circuits, flash memory, graphics chips, embedded processors and other devices related to communications and computing.
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  • Operating segments 

  • Top customers 

  • Market share in early 2011 

  • Historical market share 

  • Major competitors 

  • Origins 

  • Early history 

  • Slowing demand and challenges to dominance in 2000 

  • Litigation 

  • Regaining of momentum (2005–2007) 

  • Sale of XScale processor business (2006) 

  • Acquisitions and investments (2010–present) 

  • Expansions (2008–2011) 

  • Opening up the foundries to other manufacturers (2013) 

  • SRAMS and the microprocessor 

  • From DRAM to microprocessors 

  • Intel, x86 processors, and the IBM PC 

  • 386 microprocessor 

  • 486, Pentium, and Itanium 

  • Pentium flaw 

  • "Intel Inside" and other campaigns 

  • 2018–2020 security flaws 

  • Solid-state drives (SSD) 

  • Supercomputers 

  • Mobile Linux software 

  • Competition, antitrust and espionage 

  • Use of Intel products by Apple Computer (2005–2022) 

  • Core 2 Duo advertisement controversy (2007) 

  • Introduction of Classmate PC (2011) 

  • Introduction of new mobile processor technology (2011) 

  • Introduction of Ivy Bridge 22 nm processors (2011) 

  • ''IT Manager'' series 

  • High-Bandwidth Digital Content Protection 

  • Introduction of Haswell processors (2013) 

  • Wearable fashion (2014) 

  • Fog computing 

  • Conflict-free production 

  • Self-driving cars 

  • Leadership and corporate structure 

  • Board of directors 

  • Employment 

  • Diversity 

  • Economic impact in Oregon in 2009 

  • School funding in New Mexico in 1997 

  • Intel Inside 

  • Sonic logo 

  • Processor naming strategy 

  • Typography 

  • Open source support 

  • Firmware Support Package 

  • Antitrust allegations and litigation (2005–2009) 

  • Allegations by Japan Fair Trade Commission (2005) 

  • Allegations by the European Union (2007–2008) 

  • Allegations by regulators in the United States (2008–2010) 

  • Corporate responsibility record 

  • Age discrimination complaints 

  • Tax dispute in India