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Located on the High Tech Campus, the Intel Eindhoven site was established in 2011 with Intel's acquisition of Silicon Hive BV. Intel Eindhoven is a center of excellence within Intel with a focus on creating the camera sub-system for mobile phones, tablets, and Ultrabooks®.
The 5th largest city in the Netherlands, Eindhoven is a diverse cultural region. Along with its bustling city center and many shops and restaurants, Eindhoven’s Van Abbe Museum is internationally renowned for its modern art collection.
High Tech Campus Eindhoven is a center of innovation and is the heart of Brainport Eindhoven. The area is famous for its high concentration of international high-tech and knowledge-intensive industries; 40% of all R&D activities in the Netherlands take place in the Eindhoven region.
The picturesque landscape of Eindhoven boasts nature reserves, parks, and charming resorts as well as hiking, cycling, and camping.
In addition to our many benefits and programs, employees get many additional perks! Here's some cool stuff that makes Intel in Eindhoven a great place to work.
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 is helping to transform the lives of millions through education. For example, Intel launched the Intel® Learning Series Education Solution Provider Program so educators can have a provider of choice, which understands local education needs, provides a comprehensive education solution and is committed to giving back to the local community.
Education Solution Providers receive comprehensive training from Intel, based on years of accumulative learning from the Intel Learning Series deployments in over 60 countries. Intel has deployed more than 2 million Intel Learning Series platforms to students worldwide.
In the ‘Learning of the Future’ pilot, students and teachers from groups 6, 7 and 8 at the De Schakel primary school in Eibergen (the Netherlands) participated in a unique experiment which beamed them into the classrooms of the future.
For over a decade, we've been working with countries, communities, and schools worldwide to bring the resources and solutions needed for advancing education.