Trading Profile: Intel Corporation engages in making, marketing, and selling integrated circuits for computing and communications industries worldwide. It offers microprocessor products, including multi-core processors, quad-core microprocessors, 32-bit architecture microprocessors, and 64-bit architecture microprocessors used in mobile and desktop computers, enterprise computer servers, and workstations, as well as in embedded designs, such as industrial equipment, point-of-sale systems, panel PCs, automotive information/entertainment systems, and medical equipment. The company also provides chipset products that send data between the microprocessor and input, display, and storage devices, such as keyboard,...
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Older Archived News Intel Corp
- Intel and AT&T Launch Platform for IoT (T, INTC).
- Intel Fires Back at NVIDIA over Deep Learning.
- Top 6 Companies Owned by Dell (INTC).
- A Perfect Storm Is Coming: Intel Security Chief.
- AMD Shows Off New Zen Chip, On Track for Debut Next Year.
- Intel Licenses ARM Technology to Boost Foundry Business.
- Intel Cuts the Cord With New VR Headset Called Project Alloy.
- Intel Buys AI Startup Nervana to Bolster Data Center Unit.
- U.S. Stocks Retreat From All-Time Highs Amid Earnings Reports.
- Qualcomm Shows China Progress While Intel Stokes Server Fear.Load More News...