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Intel’s Vu Nguyen demonstrates life without keys via facial geometry and biometric data technology, enabling each person to become their own key.
Danish energy companies use Intel® technology for wind energy planning and to construct a smart grid to reach Denmark’s sustainable energy goals.
Intel creates technology that enables people to do amazing things—make music, memories, friends, a difference, and a better future for everyone.
Discover how individuals build a better future with technology; creating the new, reinventing the familiar, and affecting change around the world.
Follow the computer chip making process using Intel's 22nm manufacturing technology with 3D transistors.
The Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI) is an industry-standard interface for OS-directed configuration and power management.
Intel's silicon technology manufacturing makes fast, smart, and energy-efficient technologies to better performance and reduce environmental impact.
University of Plymouth with Intel® vPro™ Technology manages power by reducing consumption and carbon emissions for its green agenda.
Intel Ambassador Nhu Nguyen Quynh Thach fulfills her childhood illustrator dream when she visits DreamWorks and learns how Intel enables animation.
Intel transforms itself and the world by focusing more on technology development that addresses consumer computing needs and experiences.
Internet activity is expanding at an enormous rate with millions of uploads and downloads a minute, requiring a more secure, intelligent network.
We’re always on the move, and our experiences should be too—that’s why Intel’s creating a smarter, more connected world for a better tomorrow.
Intel trademarks and approved nouns list for Kazakh.
Intel trademarks and approved nouns list for Korean.
Nobody told Magdalene and Naema that girls and women aren't supposed to use the internet or learn about technology.
Intel’s community grant program supports schools and organizations near communities where Intel is located.
Highlight reel from the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) 2010 from San Jose, California, USA.
Intel Education team trained 125 girls in Dhaka and Pabna and 450 rural kids on Intel-powered classmate PCs, using technology to inspire learning.
Intel trademarks and approved nouns list for Dutch.
Operating four sites, Intel in California employees volunteered more than 275,000 hours in 2011, generating $2.1 million in matching grants.
Intel in China
Running two sites, Intel in Colorado employees volunteered 7,635 hours to schools and nonprofits in 2011, and donated $1.2 million to the United Way.
More than 2,800 employees work in Intel’s Costa Rican facility. This overview details their efforts in education and community involvement.