Since its acquisition in 2000, Intel's Braunschweig site has grown to be our largest chip microprocessor design and research and development center in Europe. A diversified, global team of engineering talents works closely with peers from around the world to design the next generation microprocessors, related tools and technologies.
The Intel Germany Research Center (IGRC) conducts research for future generations of microprocessors and computing platforms. This includes Tera-scale Computing Research to develop processors for mobile Internet devices, and new memory architectures that keep pace with increasing processor performance.
Our passionate commitment to innovation, and sustainable business practices is what drives us in our ongoing quest for ever-more energy efficient products, and a smaller ecological footprint.
Intel Labs Braunschweig (ILBR) works in cooperation with the Technical University of Braunschweig and has academic relationships with numerous universities throughout Europe.
Intel is helping to transform the lives of millions through education. For over a decade, we've been working with countries, communities, and schools worldwide to bring the resources and solutions needed for advancing education. We collaborate with governments, policy-makers, and local vendors to turn their vision into reality.
Over the past decade, Intel and the Intel Foundation have invested more than $1 billion to improve education globally, partnering with educators, governments, and other companies to develop a range of transformative programs and technology solutions.