United States Locations

Select a location to learn what it's like to work at Intel in the United States.


Austin, Texas >

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.


Chandler, Arizona >

Intel established a presence in Arizona in 1979 and began operations in Chandler, which is just 30 minutes southeast of Phoenix, in 1980.


Columbia, South Carolina >

Located in the state capital of South Carolina and comprising a total of 45,000 square feet of office and lab space in two business parks, Intel Columbia is home to the Columbia Design Center (CDC).


DuPont, Washington >

Located approximately 50 miles south of Seattle, the Intel DuPont campus is in the shadow of majestic Mount Rainier. Two large office buildings and a manufacturing facility occupy the site.


Folsom, California >

Intel's Folsom campus, nestled in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountain range, is approximately 15 miles outside of Sacramento, CA.


Fort Collins, Colorado >

Intel Fort Collins is located on a 30-acre site along Colorado's Front Range, approximately 60 miles north of Denver.


Hillsboro, Oregon >

Located 30 minutes from downtown Portland, Intel Oregon is the largest and most complex site in the world, a global center of semiconductor research and manufacturing, and the largest private employer in the state.


Hudson, Massachusetts >

Intel has had a major manufacturing and research and development presence in Hudson, Massachusetts since 1998.


Rio Rancho, New Mexico >

Offering panoramic views of the Sandia Mountains and the Rio Grande River Valley, Intel New Mexico resides in Rio Rancho, a suburb of Albuquerque.


Santa Clara, California >

Situated in the heart of Silicon Valley, the Intel Santa Clara campus is home to Intel's worldwide corporate headquarters.