Definitions for "Intel"
The leading manufacturer of central processing chips for PC systems, Intel has had processors in some of the earliest computers that incorporated Microsoft-based operating systems. Its introduction of the Pentium processor line set innovative benchmarks for unprecedented levels of performance. Intel also makes motherboards, network processors and a host of other processing circuits that help pave the future of personal computing. Intel`s new Pentium 4 processor is designed for greater visual and multimedia performance at unprecedented speeds. Intel also offers an extensive line of networking products for home and office and Cyber Cameras, among an entire line of system support and solutions
A major manufacturer of integrated circuits used in computers. Intel makes the 8086 family of microprocessors and its derivatives: the 8088, 80286, 80386SX and DX, and 80486SX and DX. These are the chips used in the IBM PC family of computers and all the computers discussed in this book.
Company founded by Bob Noyce and Gordon Moore in 1968 that makes Pentium, Celeron, and Xeon processors.
Acronym for "Inventors Never Took Engineering Lessons".
Commercial Company
Semiconductor Company
Keywords:  corporation
Intel Corporation