Intel


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Intel

A major manufacturer of semiconductor computer chips. It makes motherboards, integrated circuits, embedded processors, and similar products. Founded in 1968, it originally developed and manufactured SRAM and DRAM memory chips. Intel is publicly-traded on exchanges all over the world and is a component on the DJIA, NASDAQ 100, and S&P 500 indices.
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