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Intel Mission Statement - A Relentless Mission to Be Essential in Work and Live

Mission, Values, Objectives, Headquarters & History of Intel Technology Company


The mission of the Intel technology company is about the relentless pursuit to continue to be an essential part of people’s lives and work. (See the Intel mission and values below.)
Intel Mission Statement - A Relentless Mission to Be Essential in Work and Live
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Intel Founders Facts and Trivia:

Intel was founded in 1968 by Bob Noyce and Gordon Moore who both had previously worked for Fairchild Semiconductor. They named their company NM Electronics, and purchased the right to use the name “Intel” from Intelco later that year. The company’s first product, the 3101 Schottky bipolar random access memory (RAM), was produced in 1969. The Intel corporation became a publicly traded company in 1971.

Intel Corporate Headquarters:

The headquarters of Intel corporation are located in the same city where their first office was opened - in Santa Clara, California.

Intel’s Mission, Values and Objectives:

Instead of focusing on its technologies, the Intel corporate mission statement focuses instead on the people who use its technology products. The Intel company mission statement is:

"Delight our customers, employees, and shareholders by relentlessly delivering the platform and technology advancements that become essential to the way we work and live."

To more specifically define its activities, Intel provides its employees with Objectives, which outline what the Intel company will do to continue to be “essential." The Intel Objectives are:
  • "Extend our silicon technology and manufacturing leadership
  • Deliver unrivaled microprocessors and platforms
  • Grow profitability worldwide
  • Excel in customer orientation"
One more set of guidelines provides Intel employees with the Values that define how Intel employees do their jobs and make their decisions. The Intel Values are:
  • ”Customer orientation
  • Results orientation
  • Risk taking
  • Great place to work
  • Quality
  • Discipline"
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