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Intel - Statistics & Facts

Intel Corporation is a multinational company whose main business is the manufacturing of semiconductor chips. Headquartered in Santa Clara, California, the company was founded in 1968 by the scientists Robert Noyce and Gordon Moore. It is one of the world’s largest and most valuable semiconductor chip makers, generating nearly 78 billion U.S. dollars in global annual revenue in 2020, Intel has steadily increased its annual research and development expenditure, surpassing 13.5 billion U.S. dollars in 2020, supporting the company as it maintains its lead in the market by continuing to develop innovative products and services.

Intel’s business segments

Intel’s largest segment in terms of revenue is the Client Computing Group (CCG), the business unit that consists of PC processor and related component sales. In 2020, CCG revenue amounted to more than 40 billion U.S. dollars, while Data Center Group (DCG) revenue equated to around 26 billion U.S. dollars. Most of Intel's revenue stems from China, Singapore, the United States, and Taiwan, while approximately 15 percent comes from the rest of the world. Globally, the company employs more than 110 thousand people, with women accounting for close to 30 percent of the total workforce - a share that has been steadily growing over recent years.

Competitors in the semiconductor industry

The company is a major player in the global semiconductor market with a market share of around 15 percent over the past ten years. Samsung Electronics, SK Hynix, Micron Technology, Qualcomm, Broadcom, and Texas Instruments are amongst Intel’s competitors in the semiconductor industry. With regards to computer processors and graphics, Intel’s main competitors are AMD and Nvidia - fellow U.S. technology firms specializing in the development of processor chips. Intel also faces competition from the British semiconductor and software design company Arm Holdings. In 2020, Apple announced it would begin using Arm-based CPUs across its line of Mac PCs, a move away from their 15-year partnership with Intel.

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Intel - Statistics & Facts

Intel Corporation is a multinational company whose main business is the manufacturing of semiconductor chips. Headquartered in Santa Clara, California, the company was founded in 1968 by the scientists Robert Noyce and Gordon Moore. It is one of the world’s largest and most valuable semiconductor chip makers, generating nearly 78 billion U.S. dollars in global annual revenue in 2020, Intel has steadily increased its annual research and development expenditure, surpassing 13.5 billion U.S. dollars in 2020, supporting the company as it maintains its lead in the market by continuing to develop innovative products and services.

Intel’s business segments

Intel’s largest segment in terms of revenue is the Client Computing Group (CCG), the business unit that consists of PC processor and related component sales. In 2020, CCG revenue amounted to more than 40 billion U.S. dollars, while Data Center Group (DCG) revenue equated to around 26 billion U.S. dollars. Most of Intel's revenue stems from China, Singapore, the United States, and Taiwan, while approximately 15 percent comes from the rest of the world. Globally, the company employs more than 110 thousand people, with women accounting for close to 30 percent of the total workforce - a share that has been steadily growing over recent years.

Competitors in the semiconductor industry

The company is a major player in the global semiconductor market with a market share of around 15 percent over the past ten years. Samsung Electronics, SK Hynix, Micron Technology, Qualcomm, Broadcom, and Texas Instruments are amongst Intel’s competitors in the semiconductor industry. With regards to computer processors and graphics, Intel’s main competitors are AMD and Nvidia - fellow U.S. technology firms specializing in the development of processor chips. Intel also faces competition from the British semiconductor and software design company Arm Holdings. In 2020, Apple announced it would begin using Arm-based CPUs across its line of Mac PCs, a move away from their 15-year partnership with Intel.

Interesting statistics

In the following 5 chapters, you will quickly find the 48 most important statistics relating to "Intel".

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