Since its founding in 1968, Intel Corporation has grown into the world’s largest semiconductor company (based on revenue). The company employs nearly 100,000 people across more than 50 countries.
Intel’s products and technologies are at the heart of computing solutions that have become essential parts of businesses, homes and schools around the world; and are being used to tackle some of the world’s most complex problems – in areas that include education, healthcare, economic development, and environmental sustainability. The company’s products include microprocessors, chipsets and other semiconductor products that are integral to computers, servers, note- and netbooks, as well as consumer electronics, handheld devices and connected “embedded” products becoming part of cars, shopping kiosks and bank ATMs.
Intel’s focus in not solely on the products it delivers. From primary schools to leading universities, Intel is committed to improving the quality of education around the world. Over the past decade alone Intel has invested over USD 1 billion and Intel employees have donated over 2.5 million hours in the last 10 years toward improving education in more than 50 countries.
Intel’s model for education transformation combines advocacy for policy reform, curriculum standards and assessment, sustained professional development, information and communications technology, and support of research and evaluation. We collaborate with governments, policy makers, and local vendors to make this model viable worldwide.
Intel is headquartered in Santa Clara, California (USA). Additional information about the company is available at blogs.intel.com.