Intel’s manufacturing organization, encompassing water fab, assembly, testing, boards, and outsourcing; locations, processes, certification.
Learn about Intel’s manufacturing organization, encompassing water fabrication, assembly, high-volume testing, board manufacturing, and outsourcing; includes factory locations, processes, and certification.
Intel uses IoT to capture real-time factory big data for faster decision making and predictions, improving performance while opening new opportunity.
Intel's manufacturing factory uses IoT to capture real-time big data between tools and systems for faster decision making, targeted response, and predictive outcomes, improving equipment performance at lower costs while opening new opportunities.Full View >
Chen Han Lim demos asset tracking and monitoring using IoT and RFID solutions that collect machine data in a mobile app for manufacturing efficiency.
Explore Intel's global manufacturing process and see where computer chips are made at wafer fabs and assembly/testing sites around the world.
Explore Intel's global manufacturing process and see where computer chips are made and tested at wafer fabs and assembly/testing sites in the U.S., Ireland, Israel, China, Vietnam, and Malaysia.
Solution Brief: Intel and its partners demonstrate how smart manufacturing IoT solutions reduce operating expenses and increase revenue.
Solution Brief: Hannover Messe, Intel and its solution partners demonstrate how smart manufacturing IoT solutions like asset solutions built on Intel® processor based platforms reduce operating expenses and increase revenue.
Video: Intelligent factories use Intel® IoT Gateways and Intel® Quark™ SoC to solve security and legacy infrastructure key challenges. (Oct. 2014)
Video: Describes the intelligent factory and the key benefits of using the Intel® Quark™ SoC X1000 in automated industrial systems. (Oct. 2014)Full View >
IT@Intel White Paper: Intel’s investment in real-time data and automation delivers increasingly complex and higher quality products.
IT@Intel White Paper: Factory management has evolved to provide competitive advantages through highly sophisticated automation, or smart manufacturing. Factories now use edge computing and IoT to enable automated control systems with real-time data.
Intel’s ISO 9001:2008 registered certifications for quality management systems.
View Intel’s ISO 9001:2008 registered certifications for quality management systems of mature manufacturing wafer fabrication, assembly/test sites, and logistics centers.