Intel France's sales and marketing office and one of the many of research centres—which is part of the Intel Labs Europe network of research & development and innovation labs—are located in Paris, one of the world's most enchanting cities.
Intel in Sophia Antipolis is home to the Intel Worldwide Telecom Certification and Engineering Team, as well as two of Intel Labs Europe’s network of research, development and innovation labs.
Intel campus in Toulouse hosts Software engineering teams from the Mobile Communication Group (MCG) organization that specialize in the embedded market segment.
Aix-en-Provence – Meyreuil
This is the main INTEL NFC technology R&D center which is part of the iCDG WCS organization. This site, located in the south of France, hosts Silicon and Software development and validation activities.
Grenoble – Moirans
Intel in Moirans (near Grenoble) provides simulation tools to analyze power and thermal behavior of electronic systems. It is also called the Docea Technology Center (DTC) and it is part of the System Simulation Center division (SSC) in Intel's Software and Services Group (SSG).
Montpellier – Home to Intel Software and Services Group’s (SSG) Open Source Technology Center (OTC)—France.
Nantes – Home to the CoFluent Technology Center which develops Intel CoFluent system modeling and simulation tools.