Yearly Archives: 2017

Digital Literacy Brings a Fresh Take on Entrepreneurship

While participating in Intel® She Will Connect and building digital literacy skills, women are inspired in different directions: pursuing further education, gaining new employment, or becoming entrepreneurs. Amatullah Muhammad Ayama created and started selling air fresheners. Yes, you heard that … Read more >

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5 Key Takeaways from Mobile World Congress 2017: Intel’s Perspective on the 5G Impact Panel

  From phones to drones; micro cells to macro cells; data transport to data center—one thing became abundantly clear at Mobile World Congress 2017. 5G will be the virtual and literal lifeblood of our technological future, coursing through every aspect … Read more >

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Software at Intel is Making a Difference in Gender Equality—And We Can All Take Part

At Intel, we are committed to diversity and inclusion. I strongly believe that we need more women and under-represented minorities in technical roles, both at Intel and across the high-tech industry.  Intel’s commitment is to be an inclusive, great place … Read more >

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Intel signs Human Rights Campaign amicus brief supporting transgender student Gavin Grimm

Today, Intel joined other industry leaders signing a Human Rights Campaign amicus brief to the Supreme Court, supporting Gavin Grimm, a transgender student in Virginia suing his school district for the right to use the bathroom of his choice. Intel … Read more >

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African American Employees come together to celebrate Black History Month and their Communities

Black History Month is a time to reflect upon the important contributions that African Americans have made to the world as a whole, and to all of our lives here at Intel. Employees from around the country gathered for a … Read more >

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Reflections on Intel’s Diversity & Inclusion Journey: 2016 Diversity & Inclusion Annual Report

By Danielle Brown, Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer, VP of Human Resources Intel is evolving, and diversity and inclusion are among the most important forces driving that evolution and reinvention. Meeting our diversity hiring and retention goals in 2016 demanded … Read more >

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Maskmaking – 50 Years of History in Enabling Moore’s Law Will Continue with EUV

If a picture is worth a thousand words, how many words is a photomask worth?  SPIE’s 2017 Advanced Lithography Conference is underway and Dr. Frank Abboud, Vice President Technology Manufacturing Group and General Manager, Intel Mask Operation kicked off his … Read more >

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