Intel’s ‘IDM 2.0’ Strategy Defined in 60 Seconds

Intel has always been an integrated device manufacturer. In 2021, the company expanded its plans and capabilities.

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Since Intel’s founding in 1968, it has been an integrated device manufacturer, or IDM. That’s a company that both designs and builds its own semiconductor chips.

In March, CEO Pat Gelsinger introduced “IDM 2.0,” a major evolution of that strategy. Intel’s new IDM model includes significant manufacturing expansions, plans for Intel to become a major provider of foundry capacity in the U.S. and Europe to serve customers globally, and expansion of Intel’s use of external foundries for some of its products.

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