Founded on July 18, 1968, by Robert Noyce and Gordon Moore, Intel manufactures the Intel computer processors, Overdrive CPU upgrades, and networking devices. Its technologies have had a dominating influence on the technology industry.
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November 7, 2003 - Intel acquired Mobilian.
August 27, 2003 - Intel acquired Pallas.
July 8, 2003 - Intel acquired West Bay Semiconductor.
September 04, 2002 - Intel sold its Software Products and Services division, including Intel LANDesk.
June 23, 2002 - Intel shut down web hosting division.
March 16, 2002 - Intel announced it had developed a 90 nanometer memory chips containing 330 million transistors.
March 21, 2001 - Intel was to acquire ICP vortex Computersysteme.
January 15, 2001 - Chip-making giant Intel Corp. agreed to acquire Xircom Inc., a maker of mobile computing gear, for about $748 million.
January 02, 2001 - Intel released its new digital audio player the Intel Pocket Concert Audio Player.
August 15, 2000 - Intel was to acquire Ziatech.
April 10, 2000 - Intel acquired Picazo Communications.
April 2000 - Intel acquired Kuck & Associates.
March 2000 - Intel acquired Ambient Technologies.
January 2000 - Intel licensed 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.
1969 - Intel released its first product, the 3101 Schottky TTL bipolar 64-bit SRAM (static random-access memory). In the same year, Intel released the 3301 Schottky bipolar 1024-bit ROM (read-only memory).