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Fast Facts: The Site
In 1985, Jerusalem—one of the world's most ancient and historical cities—became home to Intel's Fab 8. The fab has since been upgraded to a Die-Prep Facility.
Jerusalem is also home to a design and development centre that develops many essential technologies, including phone line/Ethernet LAN controllers, which are a single-chip, low-cost silicon solution that enables home networking over existing telephone lines.
Cool Stuff at Intel Israel—Jerusalem
In addition to our many benefits and programmes, employees get a bunch of other perks! Here's a peek at some of the cool stuff that makes Intel Jerusalem a great place to work.
- Employee café with free drinks and campus store
- Health services (blood pressure fitness centre access, wellness clinics)
- Sports courts and fields (basketball, volleyball)
- Indoor recreation amenities (billiards, gaming consoles, rec room , TVs)
- Pampering amenities (massage chairs and onsite massage services)
- Day care facility
- Convenient services (banking, laundry and dry cleaning, travel agency, flowers, film developing)
- Organized clubs and groups, and employee discount programmes
- Social networking channels where employees can connect with each other
Caring for our planet and inspiring the next generation
Building on years of support for renewable energy generation, Intel's first international solar electric project– a 50 kilowatt installation in Jerusalem– generates clean power for use at the facility.
Employees of Intel Israel contribute to their community through their technological expertise in areas like education and environmental responsibility.
Our Intel Computer Clubhouses and education programmes, such as the Intel® Learn Programme, and Think Positive+, help teachers and students use technology to develop crucial 21st century skills.
Through the Intel® Teach Programme, Intel Israel employees train primary and high-school teachers to use technology effectively in the classroom so students are prepared to compete in today's technical world.