Intel in the News

Updated 4/3/2017

Intel Retirees want to stay informed about what is happening at Intel and there is lots of information available. We have tried to provide links to interesting Intel information from both Intel and industry resources.

  • After 20 years of sponsorship Intel is set to conclude sponsorship of the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair in 2019.
  • Andy Grove passed away on Monday, March 21, 2016 at the age of 79. See these articles for details.  New York Times, Mercury News
  • After 50 years, a fundamental assumption about the march of progress (Moore’s Law) in computing is evolving into something new. Click here to read the story.
  • Chase your passion, or chase money?  Surprisingly, Diane Bryant chose the latter. Diane’s career is one of the most improbable success stories in technology. Click here to read her story.
  • Intel to End Sponsorship of Science Talent Search. – 9/9/2015
  • Why Intel paid $10,000 for an old magazine.
  • Moore’s Law hits 50, but may not see 60.
  • Andy Bryant of Intel: Don’t Just Check Off Career Boxes
  • Intel touts ambitious diversity program
  • Intel Broadwell Architecture Preview: A Glimpse into Core M
  • Congo’s ‘blood chips’ won’t be inside Intel
  • Intel’s Andy Bryant on ‘tumultuous’ two years as chairman: Q&A on Oregon tech, choosing a CEO and what went wrong on tablets
  • The Intel Trinity – The Human Story of Intel’s History Available For Pre-order
    Mike Malone has a new book coming titled The Intel Trinity: How Robert Noyce, Gordon Moore, and Andy Grove Built the World’s Most Important Company published by Harper Business at HarperCollins Publishers. The true story of Intel is the human story of the trio of geniuses behind it. Malone reveals how each brought different things to Intel, and at different times. Without any one of these figures, Intel would never have achieved its historic success; with them, Intel made possible the personal computer, Internet, telecommunications, and the personal electronics revolutions. The book is available for pre-order and will be out in digital and print July 15. The product information is already on Amazon and other online retailers as well as HarperCollins.
  • From May 2013 The Atlantic, an excellent article on Paul Otellini and the history of Intel.
  • Did you ever wonder how Intel might fuel the mobility revolution?  This IEEE Spectrum article decribes how personal butane-based fuel cells for your mobile devices might be in your future.  They are definitely in Intel’s future, as Intel is investing in Lilliputian Systems and are even retrofitting a fab in Hudson, Massachusetts
  • An interesting look at how Silicon Valley’s Startup Culture began.
  • Intel’s Odd Couple, Gordon Moore and Andy Grove, discuss Intel history, and what they think of the current crop of Silicon Valley techies.
  • Read how Intel founder Robert Noyce led the charge in a global chip battle.
  • Robert Noyce Google Doodle: Logo conducts tribute to Intel co-founder and ‘mayor of Silicon Valley’
  • Andy Grove discusses job creation.
  • Craig Barrett reflects on his career at Intel.
  • Andy Grove had an article in the July 13, 2009 Wall Street Journal, “What Detroit can Learn from Silicon Valley“.
  • National Medal of Science Awarded to Inventors of the Microprocessor
  • From an article by TechCrunch – Former Intel chairman and CEO Craig Barrett is a strong proponent of priming the pump with more undergraduate science, engineering, and math students. Duke/UC-Berkeley professor Vivek Wadhwa thinks that better rewards for people who pursue engineering and science degrees is the right approach. So we asked Barrett and Wadhwa to debate the issue of how best to fix technology education in the U.S. Read their exchange.

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