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Title: Intel Corporate Overview


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40 YEARS OF INNOVATIONIntel Corporate Overview
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Continuing our commitment to the highest
performance in all we do from product
innovation to corporate responsibility is good
business.
Paul Otellini President and CEO
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Intel Corporation The Worlds Largest
Semiconductor Manufacturer
  • Leading Manufacturer of Computer, Networking
    Communications Products
  • 300 Facilities in 50 Countries
  • Over 38B in Annual Revenues from Customers in
    Over 120 Countries
  • 86 Consecutive Quarters of Positive Net Income
  • Over 80,000 Employees
  • 43,000 technical degrees, 12,000 Masters in
    Science, 4,000 PhDs, 4000 MBAs
  • One of the Top Ten Most Valuable Brands in the
    World for 8 Consecutive Years
  • Invests 100 Million Each Year in Education
    Across More than 50 Countries
  • The Single-Largest Corporate Purchaser of Green
    Power in the United States
  • One Million Hours of Volunteer Service in Our
    Communities in 2008

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Intel's Mission Delight our customers, employees
and shareholders by relentlessly delivering the
platform and technology advancements that become
essential to the way we work and live
Intel's 2008 Objectives 1. Extend our silicon
technology and manufacturing leadership 2.
Deliver unrivaled microprocessors and
platforms 3. Grow profitably worldwide 4. Excel
in customer orientation
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Our Global Strategy
Use our unmatched manufacturing, technology,
employee talents and brand strength to
  • Accelerate the PC globally
  • Enable an incremental 1 billion people onto
    Internet by 2012
  • Expand PC TAM and footprint (e.g. netbooks,
    visualization, SoC capabilities)
  • Establish Intel Architecture as the building
    block for the Internet cloud and datacenter
  • Extend Intel Architecture into 3 adjacent market
    segments
  • Deliver high volume MIDs and Smartphones by 2012
  • Grow in embedded by enabling 120 Mu new devices
  • Win high volume CE devices in the living room
  • Build new businesses by tackling big problems
  • Digital divide WiMAX to be available to 1.2
    billion people by 2012
  • Education 13M teachers trained, 500M devices in
    students hands
  • Energy and Environment Use our architectures and
    transistor technology to make a difference
  • Services Grow new revenues built on unique Intel
    platform features
  • Health Connect people and information to reduce
    costs and increase quality of health care

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Finances
Operating Profit (B)
Net Revenues (B)
12.1
38.8
38.3
35.4
34.2
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30.1
8.2
7.5
5.7
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Spending
Capital Additions to Property,Plant and
Equipment(Dollars in Billions)
Research and Development(Dollars in Billions)
5.9
5.8
5.1
4.8
4.4
4.0
3.9
3.8
3.1
2.5
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Craig R. Barrett Chairman of the Board
Paul S. Otellini President and CEO
Stacy Smith Chief Financial Officer
Leadership
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Less Power, More Powerful
The Only Microprocessors in the World with 45nm
High-K Metal Gate Transistor Technology
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What We Do
Desktop
Mobile
IA
Server
Silicon Technology iA Platform Architecture
Market Creation
Intel Employees
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Business Units
DIGITALHOME
DIGITAL HEALTH
DIGITALENTERPRISE
MOBILITY
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Digital Home Group
Delight consumers by delivering the advancements
for next-generation consumer electronics with
rich, interactive Internet content and
traditional broadcast programming
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Digital Health Group
Connecting people and information to increase
patient care and safety, reduce healthcare costs,
and improve quality of life across the continuum
of care.
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Digital Enterprise Group
Delight businesses by delivering secure,
manageable clients, servers and workstations,
embedded solutions, and rich visual experiences.
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Mobility Group
Driving the mobile internet through mobile
workstations, thin and light notebooks, netbooks,
mobile internet devices, wireless networking
components, and services.
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Software and Services
Building new opportunities in software and
services on Intel platforms
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Geographical Markets
EMEA
IJKK
PRC
ASMO
APAC
75 of Business is Offshore 1/3 of Business is in
the Channel
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Marketing
The Intel audio signature is heard somewherein
the world every 40 seconds on average
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Research at IntelDelivering Breakthrough
Technologies to Fuel Intels Growth
Core Technology RD
Advanced Research
UNIVERSITIES
COMMUNICATIONS
MICROPROCESSORS
SYSTEMS
GOVERNMENT
EXPLORATORY Health/Bio Tech Sensors Machine
Learning Robotics Wireless Architecture
Networking Ethnography
START UPS
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Investing for the Future
2008 RD Spending
20IN GROWTH AREAS
CORE
Includes MID, CE, Embedded, Graphics, WiMAX
Total Spending in New Growth Businesses 28 CAGR
for 2006-2008
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Fab and Assembly Test Sites
Israel
Dalian
Ireland
Chengdu
Oregon
Massachusetts
California
Shanghai
Arizona
Cavite
Costa Rica
New Mexico
Vietnam
Penang Kulim
Wafer Fab
Assembly/Test
Currently operating 11 fabs in the United States
and Irelandwith 2 more under construction in
China and Israel
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45nm Investment
D1D Oregon
FAB 11XNew Mexico
9B
FAB INVESTMENT
FAB 28 Israel
FAB 32 Arizona
2001
1B
TECHNOLOGY INVESTMENT
45nmHigh-k MetalGate Transistors
2001
PenrynNehalemSilverthorneOthers
2B
PRODUCT INVESTMENT
2004
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Investing in Portfolio CompaniesAround the World
to Spur Innovation
gt1,000 Companies
US7.5B Invested
gt45 countries
212 acquisitions
168 IPOs
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The World Ahead
Content
Education
Access
Broadband
Connecting the Next Billion People to
UncompromisedTechnology Around the World
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Intel Education
Intel Teach More than 5.5 million teachers
trained in over 40 countries
100M Annual Investment to Improve Education
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Intel Wins Green Acclaim Arizona Republic,
February 6, 2008 Measuring Green, Intel Believes
in the Power of Collaboration Forbes, September
24, 2007 Intel Fills Green Software Gap The
Register, February 27, 2008 Intel Aims to Cut
Linux Power Usage ZDNet, September 24,
2007 Intel Honored for Water Recycling Arizona
Republic, October 19, 2007 Intel overhauls chip
architecture New materials off leap in speed
and energy efficiency International Herald
Tribune, January 27, 2007 Intel Open-Source
Project to make Linux Greener Ziff Davis,
September 20, 2007 Intel, Google lead Climate
Savers Computing Initiative Telecom Paper, June
13, 2007 Intel Eyes Energy Efficiency Industry
Week, August 2008 Intel Says Chips Will Run
Faster, Using Less Power New York Times, January
27, 2007 Intel Plans Smaller, more
Energy-Efficient Chips PC World, March 15,
2007 Intels first green building under
construction in Haifa Israel Business Arena,
October 15, 2007 Intel Capital Expands
Green-Tech Portfolio PC Magazine, July 30,
2008 Intel Eliminates Use of Lead from Future
Microprocessor Business Wire, May 22, 2007
Environmentally Responsible
Intel is the Single-Largest Corporate Purchaser
of Green Power in the United States - Over 1.3B
kilowatt hours/year
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Impacting PeopleAround the World
740,000 learners in the Intel Learn Program in
nine countries 37,650 PCs in 22 countries
supplied for education 550,000 hours volunteered
in schools around the world by Intel
employees 10.2M in employee donations raised by
Intel's 2007 Community Giving Campaign 15
million Contributed Towards Technology Research
for Independent Living 2.9M in matching gifts to
1,233 schools through Intels Volunteer Matching
Gift Program Worlds Most Admired Companies -
Fortune Magazine 1 Best Corporate Citizen List -
2008 Russell 1000 Inaugural Prime Minister CSR
Award - Community/Social Welfare, Malaysia Intel
Demonstrates Leadership with 38 Volunteer
Rate 20 million - Top 20 Donors to the United
Way 30 million - Invested in Health Technology
Research for Aging Across the Globe Best
Corporate Citizen - Corporate Responsibility
Officer Magazine Most Respected Technology
Company - Malaysia Helen Keller Award for
Community Programs - India Technology Supersector
Leader in Sustainability - Dow Jones 100 Best
Companies - Working Mother CSR Award - Initiative
Freiheit and Verantwortung - Germany 7,000
Citizens of new Orleans Electronically Registered
Health Care Information Best Employers for
Healthy Lifestyle - National Business Group for
Health
One Million Hours of Volunteer Service in Our
Communities in 2008
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