Founded on July 18, 1968 by Robert Noyce and Gordon Moore, Intel manufactures the Intel computer processors, Intel Overdrive CPU upgrades, networking devices, and is considered by most to be 'the' company that has influenced the hardware market.
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January 9, 2011 - Intel Sandy
Bridge processor is released.
November 7, 2003 - Intel acquires Mobilian.
August 27, 2003 - Intel to acquire Pallas.
July 8, 2003 - Intel acquires West Bay Semiconductor.
September 04, 2002 - Intel sells its Software Products and Services division this includes Intel's LANDesk.
June 23, 2002 - Intel shuts down web hosting division.
March 16, 2002 - Intel announces it has developed a 90 nanometer memory chips containing 330 million transistors.
March 21, 2001 - Intel to acquire ICP vortex Computersysteme.
January 15, 2001 - Chip-making giant Intel Corp. has agreed to acquire Xircom Inc., a maker of mobile computing gear, for about $748 million.
January 02, 2001 - Intel releases its new digital audio player the Intel Pocket Concert Audio player.
August 15, 2000 - Intel to acquire Ziatech.
June 27, 2000 - Indeo is acquired from Intel by Ligos Technology.
April 10, 2000 - Intel acquires Picazo Communications.
April 2000 - Intel acquires Kuck & Associates.
March 2000 - Intel acquires Ambient Technologies.
January 2000 - Intel licenses the rights to Chips and Technologies to Asiliant Technologies.
June 1, 1999 - Intel to acquire Dialogic for about $780 million.
1998 - Intel to acquire Chips and Technologies.
October 1970 - Intel releases its first commercially available DRAM, the Intel 1103.
1969 - Intel releases its first product, the 3101 Schottky TTL bipolar 64-bit static random-access memory (SRAM). In the same year Intel released the 3301 Schottky bipolar 1024-bit read-only memory (ROM).
1968 - Intel is founded in by Robert Noyce and Gordon Moore.