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Located in the capitol city of Texas, Intel Austin is an important research and development center for the Intel technology that is changing the way we live, work, and play.
Among the innovations developed in Austin are core technologies for next-generation microprocessors, platforms and base software; groundbreaking silicon solutions for computing and communications devices, which include handheld computing and cellular communications; and cutting-edge network storage products.
Our Intel® Atom™ Products Division in Austin gave birth to the Intel Atom processor, a disruptive technology that is enabling a broad range of devices including netbooks, entry-level desktops, tablets, handhelds, smartphones, consumer electronics (CE) devices, and other companion devices.
In addition to our many benefits and programs, employees get a bunch of other perks! Here's a peek at some of the cool stuff that makes Intel Austin a great place to work.
Intel hires students and graduates from Universtiy of Texas Austin and Texas A&M.
The sites feature several volunteer programs that give employees unique and rewarding opportunities to get involved in the Austin community, including creek cleanups and participating in National Engineers Week.
With the Intel Foundation match, the total 2009 contribution to local charities through Intel's Community Giving campaign in association with United Way was more than USD 330,000.
Through the Intel® Involved Matching Grants Program, Intel Texas employees helped raise money for several organizations such as Capital BEST (A yearly engineering contest designed to inspire students to pursue studies in the fields of science and engineering), Capital Area Food Bank(a nonprofit that provides food and grocery products to those in need), and Introduce a Girl to Engineering (an event in partnership with the University of Texas that encourages young women to pursue technology fields).
Enabling the innovators of tomorrow is important to Intel Texas. During the 2008-2009 academic year, we focused our efforts on 14 local schools, and donated over USD 17,000 through the Intel Foundation. Some of the organizations that received Intel grants include the Austin Independent School District, Girlstart, and the Texas Engineering and Technical Consortium.