Trademarks & Brands
Usage guidelines for customers, licensees, and other third parties
Intel's philosophy on trademarks and brands
Intel's trademarks and brands are Intel intellectual property and are important and valuable assets of the corporation. Trademarks must be used properly. Follow these Guidelines for using Intel's trademarks and brands properly in all communications, documents and electronic messages.
Who do these guidelines apply to?
These Guidelines apply to Intel employees, customers, licensees, consultants, outside vendors, and other third parties.
If you are a LICENSEE of an Intel trademark or logo, your license agreement that you signed with Intel may have special trademark and logo usage guidelines different than the Guidelines set forth here. If so, please follow the special guidelines provided to you pursuant to your license agreement. If you are a Licensee, but have been provided no special guidelines, then follow these.
Using Intel's trademarks and logos
You may refer to Intel products and services by their associated Intel trademarks and service marks, so long as such references (a) are truthful, fair, and not misleading, and (b) comply with these Guidelines, which may be modified by Intel from time to time in Intel's sole discretion.
- Use the appropriate trademark symbol and trademark acknowledgment of Intel's ownership of the marks and/or logos in question.
- Do not incorporate Intel trademarks or logos into your own product names, service names, trademarks, logos, or company names, and do not adopt marks or logos that are confusingly similar to Intel's marks and logos.
- Do not make unlicensed use of Intel's licensed logos, such as the Intel Inside® Logo. Third-party use of Intel logos requires a license or written permission from Intel. If you are interested in obtaining a license to use an Intel mark or logo, contact your Intel marketing or sales representative, or your local Intel sales office.