- Whenever the Intel® Euclid™ trademark appears, the following footnote must also appear: “Intel and Intel Euclid are trademarks of Intel Corporation, or its subsidiaries in the U.S. and/or other countries.”
Proper Trademark Usage Rules Include:
- As with all other trademarks, the Intel® Euclid™ trademark should be used as an adjective and not as a noun. This means that an appropriate and approved noun should typically accompany the Intel® Euclid™ trademark (e.g., Intel® Euclid ™ brand). See the above list of approved nouns for the Intel® Euclid™ trademark.
- The appropriate use of trademark symbols with this trademark is as follows: Intel® Euclid™ [noun]. Do not use the registered ® trademark symbol with “Euclid”.
- Use the trademark symbol in the first appearance of the trademark in a headline, and/or the first prominent use, and first appearance in the body of text
- Intel® Euclid™ is a unitary trademark, meaning Intel® should ALWAYS appear as an integral part of the whole trademark (e.g., Intel® Euclid™).
- Never hyphenate or abbreviate the Intel® Euclid™ trademark.
- Never incorporate the Intel® Euclid™ trademark or any part of the trademark into third party’s company name, product brand name, or model number.