A Collection of Resources To Tell The Story of Intel
This post is made up of a unique collection of hand-picked resources that will give you an inside look into Intel. You’ll have a lot of knowledge if you spend the time going through the resources. Before you get to the resources here’s and Introduction:
As one of the most recognizable brands on the planet, Intel was founded in July of 1968 by physicist Robert Noyce and chemist Gordon Moore. The company opened its doors with substantial funding of 2.5 million, (equivalent to 7.3 Million in 2019) arranged by Arthur Rock.
The company was initially named “Moore Noyce.” and changed to “NM Electronics,” soon to be changed to Intel which is the use of the first letters of “Integrated” and the first letters of “Electronics”
With the total revenue for the first year of $2,672, I’m sure the founders couldn’t have imagined at the time that this would be one of the most successful companies in history and the company that would make significant contributions to today’s technological world. Nor would they have imagined that their soon to be invented x86 microprocessor would be a major contributor to the success of the personal computer industry.
The year Intel became a public company 1971, EPROM was invented, which is an erasable programmable read-only memory chip that retains data even when the power supply is off. This was a significant breakthrough in data retention and lead to many innovations.
As the demand for computer speed grew, so did the company. New CPU’s were being created with more transistors, for example in 1983, the 8088 found in the first IBM PCs had 29,000 transistors while the Itanium 9500, released in 2012, had 3,100,000,000 transistors. The design and number of transistors in today’s CPU’s is astonishing.
There is so much to know about this company, especially if you get into the nitty-gritty for example, product specifications of each CPU invented will fill shelves in a library with technical information.
Have a look at the interesting journey of this successful tech company that has had a huge influence on life today as we know it. Using the resources below, organized in sections for your convenience, you’ll find out about Intel’s history, the founders, a peek into their financials, their employee relations, and a lot more.
Sections In This Post:
- The History of Intel
- Intel Founders
- Intel Executives
- The Intel Mission Statement
- Intel Divisions And Subsidiaries
- Intel Ownership And Investors
- Facts About Intel
- Intel Reports And Financial Statements
- Business Strategies Used By Intel
- Revenue Strategies
- The Main Competitors of Intel
- Target Market & Marketing Strategies
- Products & Services Offered By Intel
- Intel Employee Relations
- Intel Company Culture
- The Reputation of Intel
- Intel Company Complaints
- Intel Failures
- Inside The Success of Intel
- Intel Articles And Stories of Interest
- Books Related to Intel
- The Latest About Intel
- Latest News Related To Intel
- Tweets Related To Intel
- Videos Related To Intel
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The History of Intel
A company’s history offers valuable lessons and it’s interesting to find out about a company’s original operations, how it has changed, and the challenges during the startup phase.
Have a look at the selection below to understand more about the history of Intel.
This section focuses on the people that started the company. You can gain insights into their goals, ideas, foresight, and how they started the company. Many founders have interesting stories and experiences related to starting their business and the challenges they faced, as well as what they did to overcome those challenges.
Have a look at the following resources included in this post related to the founders.
In the executive section, you’ll find information related to the management of a company. Management decisions are an important role in a company’s success. It’s not luck that makes a company successful, but planning, strategy, and leadership.
Have a look at the selection below for information related to the executives of Intel.
The Intel Mission Statement
A mission statement helps a company stay on track and focus on its goals, culture, and ensures everyone is on the same page.
A mission statement is for company employees as well as the public. It’s usually a broad description of the company’s focus and activities.
A company’s mission statement is the company’s public face, and it is commonly used in marketing materials.
Below are the resources I have included related to the mission statement of Intel.
Intel Divisions And Subsidiaries
The division of a company is a part of a business entity. In other words, even if a division operates under a different name it’s still part of the entity.
A subsidiary is an entirely different company, usually owned by a larger company.
Have a look at the resources for Intel subsidiaries and Divisions.
Intel Ownership And Investors
In this section, you’ll find resources related to ownership, investors, and shares, of Intel. Below you’ll find the resources I have included for this post.
Facts About Intel
In this section, you’ll find facts about the company. I like going through the facts because in a page or two you can learn a lot about the company and if you find something that’s really interesting you can dig deeper.
Have a look at the resources below included in this post related to Intel facts.
Intel Reports And Financial Statements
In this section, you can find out information such as the company’s profits, losses, net worth, liabilities, shares, owner’s equity, etc. that is available to the general public.
Have a look at the resources included below.
Business Strategies Used By Intel
In this section, can get a glimpse of the strategist used by the company. The strategy a company uses can be the difference between success, failure, a mediocre business, or a huge success story.
Below you’ll see the resources included related to business strategies used by Intel
This section focuses on the main revenue sources the company targets. For some companies it’s one main source for others it’s multiple sources of revenue.
Have a look at the resources to follow to give you an overview of the revenue strategies used by Intel.
The Main Competitors of Intel
This section focuses on direct and indirect competition for Intel. Competition is good, it drives innovation. If it wasn’t for competition businesses wouldn’t have to try so hard for your business. Competition makes managers and company owners come up with better ideas for products and services while providing the best prices they can.
Below you can browse through the resources related to the main competition for Intel.
Target Market & Marketing Strategies
This section focuses on the target market and the marketing strategies used. Just as above targeting is an important process and without it your focus will be too broad and you won’t be able to zero in on the right marketing techniques.
The marketing strategy used by a company can make or break it. The right strategy can make millions while a poor marketing strategy can end up in bankruptcy.
Products & Services Offered By Intel
This section offer resources related to core products and services offered by Intel. Many large corporations have a large variety of products and services. Some companies are so large and complex that they deal in a variety of industries that operate on a global level, which is known as conglomerates.
Have a look at the resources below for products and services offered by Intel.
Intel Employee Relations
In this section, you can find resources related to the employees of Intel such as job satisfaction, labor relations, the number of employees, etc.
Intel Company Culture
Here’s where you can gain an idea about the culture of the company. A Company’s culture includes the work environment, company values, expectations, ethics, and more.
See the resources included in this post for the culture of Intel
The Reputation of Intel
In the resources below, you’ll find information related to the reputation of Intel. You’ll get insights as to how Intel is viewed by the general public.
A companies reputation is important a bad reputation can result in huge losses and the loss of public trust. A company’s reputation is an asset to any company and it’s important to maintain it.
Intel Company Complaints
In this section, you can go through the resources to view the complaints, whether the complaints lead to a lawsuit or a viral rant, have a look at the complaints people have against Intel.
Companies go through many phases, some are successful and some are miserable failures. Even though a company has failures, it’s a learning experience for management as well as other people.
Below are the resources I have included for this post related to Intel failures.
Inside The Success of Intel
Success can be the result of a small idea that was executed extremely well at other times it may be the result of a long term vision.
It’s interesting to study the success of companies and how people have dealt with managing a company that started off small and grew into a huge success story.
Have a look at the resources I have included in this post related to the success of Intel.
Intel Articles And Stories of Interest
In this section, you’ll find a mix of articles worth mentioning in this post related to Intel.
Have a look at what’s included for this post related to Intel.
Books Related to Intel
Some companies are a huge success story or a miserable failure, with many lessons to learn. Have a look at books people have written for a complete overview.
Have a look at the links below to view the books available related to Intel
The Latest About Intel
In this section, you’ll be able to stay up to date on the latest information related to Intel including the latest news, Google searches, videos, what people are tweeting, and more.
I recommend spending some time on the news, tweets, that can offer up-to-the-minute information about Intel.