Mission: Our Intel Mission: Utilize the power of Moore’s Law to bring smart, connected devices to every person on Earth
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Our chief engineering officer and president of the Client and Internet of Things (IoT) Businesses and Systems Architecture group and the Technology and Manufacturing group, Dr. Venkata “Murthy” Renduchintala, has been appointed to the Accenture’s Board of Directors. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQzKd
At Intel, we develop technologies that break barriers and enable tomorrow’s greatest scientific and cultural wonders. Take a closer look at what we do and the extraordinary ways people use Intel technologies and solutions to create, innovate, and better the world around us.
We don’t just make the most powerful chips around, we create entirely new ways to experience and interact with technology. Our intent is to empower innovation at every step, from the cloud all the way to the device at your fingertips. So if you’re looking for the place to develop your ideas about data center hardware, advanced machine learning software, or even revolutionary consumer devices like automated vehicles, Intel might be the place for you.
Smarter cities. Safer roads. More secure internet. The benefits of AI are vast and, to date, still largely unimagined. That’s why we are making critical investments to accelerate deep learning innovation and are engaged with government, business, and industry thought leaders to chart a course of progress that benefits us all.
Intel technology provides the compute power behind today’s most important artificial intelligence (AI) initiatives. We enable businesses of every kind to leverage the current capabilities of AI to accelerate solutions, automate operations, gather better insights—make smarter decisions. Imagine what will be possible as we realize AI’s full potential. Help us design the intelligent machines of the future that will sense, learn, reason, act, and adapt to the real world. Help us empower amazing.
At Intel Autonomous Driving Labs, we’re moving people out of the driver’s seat and into the future of self-driving cars. Rapid advancements in artificial intelligence, data, and in-vehicle computing are making possible ever-more powerful and sophisticated smart car technologies that promise to change the very concept of safe and secure transportation.
We are collaborating with the world's leaders in automotive design and technology to turn visionary concepts for autonomous driving into reality. Help us architect the future of transportation for a better way of life and a safer world.
Intel's Non-Volatile Memory Solutions Group (NSG) powers breakthrough memory technologies for the data center and Internet of Things that support every level of computing.
We pioneered this industry, and we are leading the ongoing transformation to a smarter, more connected world. Our technology enables higher responsiveness and faster speed for every day compute needs, whether you’re checking email, surfing the web, watching 4k content, or game playing.
It’s the dawn of a new era. While we’ve always stood out from our competitors, we’re now fundamentally changing the landscape of memory to make possible billions of fast and efficient connected devices that will power amazing experiences for every person on the planet. Help build the future of Intel technology. Join our researchers and create new products for the data center and beyond.
Our internships provide valuable real-world experience to undergraduate and graduate-level students. As an intern, you’ll get the chance to learn about Intel's business, culture, and develop a network of contacts for your future. Historically, more than 60 percent of our interns go on to accept full-time opportunities after graduation.
No matter your field of study, you’ll discover endless possibilities at Intel. In fact, few other companies offer such a wide breadth of opportunities for graduates. From business to engineering, undergrad to PhD, Intel can help you make the most of your education.
Good work culture seen at Intel
Too much of hierrarchial decisions
I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Intel Corporation (Beaverton, OR).
Phone interview-technical, in person interview-behavioral+technical. The technical isn't too hard, grab an "electronics for dummies" book to refresh. Know your basic logic gates, 'and', 'nor', and 'nand'. Brush up on flow and schematics reading ability. Make sure you are a safe individual, this is paramount. They want safe people before skills.