Internal/external Factors

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Technology
Intel is a leading company in the technology field spanning from computing, communications, and systems. Intel is constantly planning new technologies for increasing the reliability, security, management, and real time characteristics. New nano-technology is being developing such as a Bio-analyzer system with a unique laser microscope developed to improve human health by identifying cancer molecules. Intel has introduced a new high performance network called terabytes. With one million gigabytes, this system will dramatically increase communication efficiency as well as lead the market. A multimedia technology recently developed called Visual Interactivity Audio Visual Speech Recognition works by relying on a set of visual features obtained from the accurate detection of invariant acoustic noise perturbation, and tracking of the mouth region. Able to handle an assortment of demanding business and scientific applications, the new Intel Server Platform controls duel Ltanium 2 processors in a 2U rack optimized design to deliver enterprise level performance in a high-density package.
Innovation
Innovation has always been a strong suit for the tech giant Intel. They continue to lead their competition in mostly every area they are tapped into today. When the famous trio of Moore, Noyce and Grove came together to make their visions real, little did they know they would have a hand in changing the world. It was only after IBM had chosen Intel processors for their PC’s when the technical innovation pace was set. Yet from the beginning, the founders of Intel decided that they were not going to run their company like every other company in the industry. Andy Grove stated that "The willingness and confidence to act on an untried approach - that is the heart of the innovation of Intel as I see it” (Edwards, 2004). Yet, how chips were changing the world, was not the only way that Intel decided to focus on Innovation. In View More »

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