Intel's Braunschweig site has grown to be our largest chip microprocessor design and research and development center in Europe.
Our Duisburg site develops cutting-edge technologies in the field of 2G, 3G and 4G chip systems for mobile communications with mobile handsets and tablets.
Intel's facility in Munich was the original Intel office in the country, and serves as the headquarters of Intel Germany GmbH.
Intel Comneon in Nuremberg is home to an innovative research and development center for mobile communications.
In Intel's Ulm office, employees focus on wireless communications technology and work closely with engineering and marketing groups from around the globe.
Our Intel Mobile Communications (IMC) GmbH groups in Dresden and Regensburg are staffed with experts in numerous areas of importance for the future.
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