Intel Corporation started in 1968 with an almost visionary concept: design and manufacture very complex computer chips. In 1971 Intel introduced the world's first microprocessor. This small silicon-based product not only changed Intel's future, it has changed the world. During these past decades, Intel has laid the groundwork for more than 80 percent of the world's personal computers. Today's most popular computers rely on Intel to provide the chips, boards and software that help keep the high-tech industry moving forward at a rapid pace.
Intel began operations in Utah in 1991. In January 2001, Intel opened a new research and software development park in Riverton. Intel's investment in the initial site development is approximately $70 million. Currently, 700 employees work at the Riverton facility. Over the next 10 to 15 years, Intel plans to build seven additional buildings on 150 acres. An estimated 8,000 high-tech and software development engineers will be working in software and technology infrastructure areas.
There are two major Intel business groups in Utah. The Communications Products Group (CPG) focuses on the combined competencies around a product and solutions opportunity in the e-business data center and a building block strategy at the converged (voice and data) network edge.
Global Finance and Enterprise Services is comprised of three main groups: Payroll, HR On Call Assistance Center and Employee Service Center.
Intel Utah makes a positive contribution to the surrounding community through jobs, positive economic impact, contributions and volunteer work.
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