Fort Collins is home to an Intel Design Center
Innovating in Colorado
Intel Colorado has approximately 600 employees in two locations: Fort Collins and Longmont. At the Fort Collins Design Center (FCDC), established in 2005, engineers design and deliver high-performance Intel® Itanium® microprocessors that are used in enterprise-class servers and high-performance technical computing. FCDC operations range from micro-architectural definition through logic design, circuit design, layout, and validation. Employees at Intel’s Longmont campus focus on firmware for solid-state disk drives.
Intel’s donations in Colorado in 2015 totaled $1.25 million. The company is a proud supporter of Colorado education, with over $918,000 of donations going to schools and education programs, including K-12 engineering and math initiatives, science fairs, and robotics events.
The company’s Matching Gifts to Education Program, through which the Intel Foundation matches employee donations to schools and universities, resulted in additional contribution to schools and universities in Colorado in 2015.
Intel in the Community
Intel’s Colorado employees reported volunteering 7,350 hours at local schools and nonprofit organizations in 2015. Through the Intel Involved Matching Grant Program (IIMGP), the Intel Foundation extends the impact of employees’ volunteerism by donating cash to each qualified nonprofit and school where Intel employees and retirees volunteer 20 hours or more in a year.
Throughout the year, Intel volunteers supported the High Plains Environmental Center, Habitat for Humanity, robotics competitions, blood drives, food drives, school supplies drive, Adopt-A-Senior and more.