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Intel innovation

  1. 1. Group 3 IntelUsing innovation to create competitive advantages
  2. 2. Jay``Steven `` Katherin `` Vanessa
  3. 3. • The worlds largest semiconductor chip maker I. Introduction (based on revenue).• Founded on July 18, 1968, as Integrated Electronics Corporation ("Intel" is from the word intelligence)• Products: Flash memory, Motherboard Chipsets, Network Interface Card, Bluetooth Chipsets
  4. 4. • Key people: Paul S. Otellini, CEO Craig Barrett, Chairman Sean M. Maloney, General Manager• Revenue: US$ 37.586 billion (2008)• Employees: 83,500 (2008)
  5. 5. II. Intel Inside
  6. 6. a. Three key steps (innovations) in the development of microchip technology1. Research2. Development3. Manufacture
  7. 7. How the innovations have transformed people’s work, life, leisure? Examples Research  Improving a microprocessor to run computer programs at the same time (Ideas) Develop  Less energy consumption Manufacturing  design a particular chipTo do that, They work with customers, software companies, Intel’s marketing – manufacturing, testing staff
  8. 8. b. Market-led & Product-ledProduct-orientated developmentfocuses on developing the productionprocess and the product itself arising(new use of technology or innovation).Market-orientated approach identifiesand analyses customer needs. It thendevelops products which meet them
  9. 9. Intel’s method
  10. 10. c. Intel and specific group of users• They provide chips for many different segments• They identify their segments by products  notebooks, desktops, servers, etc.• 2 main groups of customers : - Business market Example: desktop computers or laptops - companies - Personal use Example: notebook computers - students
  11. 11. Research - Research into manufacturing capabilities and material. - More broad research focused on what technology can offer.
  12. 12. 4. The importance of R&D• IT field requires R&D• Intel is a company that produces the chips that deliver this increased computing power.• There are many competitors that produce chip in the market• With R&D, Intel can make many revolutionary products.
  13. 13. Example 1• 7 main competitors of Intel include IBM, Toshiba, AMD, Samsung, Chartered, Infineon and Freescale cooperate together to produce the chip in the 32 nanometer.• With Intel, Intel invest a lot in R&D so it can overcome competitors to produce chin in 45 nanometers transistor.
  14. 14. Example 2- The first company in the market that can produce silicon chip.
  15. 15. Questions and answers
  16. 16. Referenceshttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intel_Corporationhttp://www.timesonline.co.uk/http://www.intel.com/index.htm#/en_UK_15
  17. 17. Thanks for listening

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