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Intel Corporation is a US-based multinational corporation that is best known for designing and manufacturing microprocessors and specialized integrated circuits. Intel also makes networking cards, motherboard chipsets, components, and other devices. Intel has advanced research projects in all aspects of semiconductor manufacturing.

Intel was founded in 1968 by Gordon E. Moore (a chemist and physicist) and Robert Noyce (a physicist). Its employee number four was Andy Grove (a chemical engineer), who ran the company through much of the 1980s and the high-growth 1990s. It is Grove who is now remembered as the company's key leader. Intel by the end of the 1990s was one of the largest and most successful businesses in the world, though fierce competition within the semiconductor industry has since diminished its position somewhat.

The company's first products were random-access memory integrated circuits, and Intel grew to be a leader in the fiercely competitive DRAM, SRAM, and ROM markets throughout the 1970s. While Intel engineer Ted Hoff invented the first microprocessor, the Intel 4004 in 1971, the microprocessor did not become the core of Intel's business until the mid-1980s.

In 1983, at the dawn of the personal computer era, Intel's profits came under increased pressure from Japanese memory-chip manufacturers, and then-President Andy Grove drove the company into a focus on microprocessors. Grove described this transition in the book Only the Paranoid Survive. A key element of his plan was the notion, then considered radical, of becoming the single-source for successors to the popular 8086 microprocessor.

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 4004
   D4004
   P4004
 4040
   D4040
   P4040
 8008
   C8008
   C8008-1
   D8008-1
 8080
   C8080A
   D8080A
   D8080A (variant)
   D8080A-1
 8085
   D8085A
   P8085A
   D8085AH
   P8085AH
   P8085AH-2
 8086
   D8086
   D8086-1
   D8086-2
 8088
   D8088
   P8088
   P8088, white print
   P8088-2
 80186
   C80186-6
   C80186-3
   C80186
   R80186
   R80186, white print
   R80186, backside print
   R80186-10
   R80C186-16
   N80186
   N80C186XL10
   N80C186XL12
   TN80C186-12
   TN80C186XL12
   A80186
   A80C186
   A80C186-16
   A80C186XL20
   A80C186CPICE Sample
   FA80C186CP, Engineering Sample
 80188
   C80188-3
   R80188
   R80188, white print
   N80C188
   TN80C188
   TN80C188EB13
   N80C188XL10
   N80C188XL12
   N80C188XL16
   N80C188XL20
   A80188
   A80C188
   A80C188XL20
   S80C188XL20
 80286
   R80286-6
   R80286-8
   SAB 80286-8R
   R80286-10
   R80286-12
   N80286-8
   N80286-10
   N80286-12
   CG80286-6 C
   CG80286-8 C
   A80286-8
   A80286-10
 i386 DX
   A80386-16 ΣΣ
   A80386DX-16 ΣΣ
   A80386DX-16 ΣΣ, i386 logo
   A80386-20 ΣΣ
   A80386DX-20 ΣΣ
   A80386DX-20 ΣΣ, i386 logo
   A80386DX-20 IV
   A80386DX-25 IV ΣΣ
   A80386DX-25 IV
   A80386DX-25 IV, i386 DX logo, '85
   A80386DX-25 IV, i386 DX logo, 1985 1987
   A80386DX-33 IV
   A80386DX-33 IV, i386 DX logo, '85
   A80386DX-33 IV, i386 DX logo, 1985 1987
 i386 SX
   NG80386SX-16, no logo
   NG80386SX-16 C STEP
   NG80386SX-16
   NG80386SX-20 C STEP
   NG80386SX-20
   NG80386SX-25
   NG80386SX33
 i386 EX
   KU80386EX25
 i386 SL
   KU80386SLBA-25, Engineering Sample
 i486 DX
   A80486DX-25
   A80486DX-33
   A80486DX-33, DX Logo
   A80486DX-33, DX Logo (SL enhanced)
   A80486DX-50
   SB80486DX2-40
   SB80486DX2-50
   A80486DX2-50
   486DX2-50 (IBM)
   A80486DX2-66
   A80486DX2-66 (write-back cache)
   A80486DX2-66 w/ Cooler
   A80486DX2-66 OEM
   A80486DX4-75
   FC80486DX4-75 Mobile
   FC80486DX4-75 Mobile Module
   A80486DX4-100
   FC80486DX4-100 Mobile Module
   RapidCAD-1
   RapidCAD-2
 i486 SX
   A80486SX-20
   A80486SX-25
   A80486SX-25, Ceramic Lid
   KU80486SX-25
   A80486SX-33
   SB80486SX-33
   A80486SX2-50
   486SX2-50/SA OEM
 i486 SL
   KU80486SL-25
 i486 OverDrive
   OverDrive ODP486SX-25
   OverDrive ODPR486DX-25
   OverDrive ODPR486DX-25 (V3.0)
   OverDrive ODPR486DX-33
   OverDrive ODPR486DX-33 w/o Cooler
   OverDrive ODPR486DX-33 (V3.0)
   OverDrive DX2ODP50
   OverDrive DX2ODP66 (V4.0)
   OverDrive DX2ODPR66 (V3.0)
   OverDrive DX2ODPR66 (V4.0)
   OverDrive DX4ODP75
   OverDrive DX4ODPR75 (V1.1)
   OverDrive DX4ODPR100 (V1.0)
   OverDrive DX4ODPR100 (V1.1)
 Pentium P5
   Pentium A80501-60
   Pentium A80501-60 Goldcap, 'Processor'-Marking
   Pentium A80501-60 Goldcap
   Pentium A80501-66 Goldcap
 Pentium P54
   Pentium A80502-75 Goldcap
   Pentium A80502-75
   Pentium A8050275
   Pentium A80502-90 Goldcap
   Pentium A80502-90
   Pentium A80502-100 Goldcap
   Pentium A80502-100
   Pentium A80502100
   Pentium A80502120
   Pentium A80502-133
   Pentium A80502133
   Pentium A80502150
   Pentium A80502166
   Pentium FV80502166
   Pentium FV80502200
   Boxed Pentium BP80502150
   Mobile Pentium A80502100
   Mobile Pentium A80502120, 3.1V
   Mobile Pentium A80502120, 3.3V
   Pentium PP133 Tape Carrier
   Pentium TT80502-75
   Pentium TT80502-75 (relabeled)
   Pentium TT8050290
   Pentium TT80502100
   Pentium PP100 Mobile Module
   Pentium PP120 Mobile Module
   Pentium PP133 Mobile Module
   Pentium PP133 Mobile Module, variant
   Pentium PP150 Mobile Module
 Pentium MMX
   Pentium MMX A80503166
   Pentium MMX FV80503166
   Pentium MMX A80503200
   Pentium MMX FV80503200
   Pentium MMX FV80503233
   Pentium MMX Tillamook-300M (fake)
   Mobile Pentium MMX FV80503133
   Pentium MMX TT80503150 MMC-1
   Pentium MMX TT80503166 Mobile Module
   Pentium MMX TT200 Tillamook MMC-1
   Pentium MMX TT233 Tillamook MMC-1
   Pentium MMX TT266 Tillamook MMC-1
 Pentium OverDrive
   Pentium OverDrive PODP5V63
   Pentium OverDrive PODP5V83
   Pentium OverDrive PODP5V133
   Pentium OverDrive PODP3V125
   Pentium OverDrive PODP3V150
   Pentium OverDrive PODP3V166
   Pentium MMX OverDrive PODPMT66X166
   Pentium MMX OverDrive PODPMT60X180
   Pentium MMX OverDrive PODPMT66X200
 Pentium Pro
   Pentium Pro KB80521EX150, 150 MHz, 256 KB Cache
   Pentium Pro KB80521EX166, 166 MHz, 512 KB Cache
   Pentium Pro KB80521EX180, 180 MHz, 256 KB Cache
   Pentium Pro KB80521EX200, 200 MHz, 256 KB Cache
   Pentium Pro KB80521EX200, 200 MHz, 512 KB Cache
   Pentium Pro GJ80521EX200, 200 MHz, 1MB Cache
 Pentium II
   Pentium II 80522PX233512, 233 MHz
   Pentium II 80522PX266512, 266 MHz
   Pentium II 80522PX300512EC, 300 MHz
   Pentium II 80523PX333512, 333 MHz
   Pentium II 80523PY350512PE, 350 MHz
   Pentium II 400/512/100/2.0V, 400 MHz
   Pentium II 233 MHz MMC-1
   Pentium II 266 MHz Mini-Cartridge, 512 KB cache
   Pentium II 300 MHz Mini-Cartridge, 512 KB cache
   Pentium II 266 MHz MMC-2, 512 KB cache on module
   Pentium II 300 MHz MMC-2, 512 KB cache on module
   Pentium II 300 MHz MMC-2, 256 KB on-die cache
   Pentium II 333 MHz MMC-2, 256 KB on-die cache
   Pentium II 400 MHz MMC-2, 256 KB on-die cache
   Mobile Pentium II KP 400/256
 P II Celeron
   Celeron 266 MHz, Engineering Sample
   Celeron 266 MHz
   Celeron 300 MHz
   Celeron 333 MHz
   Celeron 366 MHz
   Celeron FV524RX366
   Celeron FV524RX400
   Celeron FV524RX433
   Celeron FV524RX466
   Celeron FV524RX500
   Celeron FV524RX533
   Celeron 400 MHz MMC-2, 128 KB on-die cache
   Mobile Celeron KP 400/128
 P II Xeon
   Pentium II Xeon 400 MHz / 512 KB
   Pentium II Xeon 400 MHz / 1MB
   Pentium II Xeon 450 MHz / 1MB
 P II OverDrive
   Pentium II OverDrive PODP66X333
 Pentium III
   Pentium III A80525 450 MHz
   Pentium III A80525 500 MHz
   Pentium III A80525 550 MHz
   Pentium III 550 - RB80526PY550256
   Pentium III 600E/256/100/1.65V
   Pentium III 650/256/100/1.65V
   Pentium III 667/256/133/1.65V
   Pentium III 667 - RB80526PZ667256
   Pentium III 700/256/100/1.65V
   Pentium III 700 - RB80526PY700256
   Pentium III 733/256/133/1.7V
   Pentium III KC 733/128 (Xbox CPU)
   Pentium III 800/256/100/1.65V
   Pentium III 800/256/133/1.7V
   Pentium III 866/256/133/1.7V
   Pentium III 900/256/100/1.7V
   Pentium III 1100/256/100/1.75V
   Pentium III-S 1133/512/133/1.45V
   Mobile Pentium III KP 650/256
   Mobile Pentium III KP 800/256
 P III Celeron
   Celeron 600/128/66/1.7V
   Celeron 633/128/66/1.7V
   Celeron 700/128/66/1.7V
   Celeron 733/128/66/1.75V
   Celeron 950/128/100/1.75V
   Celeron 1000A/256/100/1.475
   Celeron 1100/128/100/1.75V
   Mobile Celeron KP 600/128
   Mobile Celeron KP 650/128
 P III Xeon
   Pentium III Xeon 80525KY500512, Engineering Sample
   Pentium III Xeon 550/100/512
   Pentium III Xeon 80525KY5001M, Engineering Sample
   Pentium III Xeon 600/133/256
   Pentium III Xeon 667/133/256
   Pentium III Xeon 80526KZ800256, Engineering Sample
 FPU
   C8087
   D8087-1
   C8087-2
   C8087-3
   D80C187-16
   C80287-3
   D80287-6
   D80287-8
   C80287-10
   D80287-10
   D80C287A-12
   C80287XL
   C80287XL (i287 XL logo)
   A80387-16
   A80387-16B
   A80387-20
   A80387DX-20
   A80387DX-20 w/ sSpec
   A80387DX-25
   A80387DX-33
   A80387DX 16-33
   N80387SX-16
   N80387SX-20
   N80387SX (16-25MHZ)
   N80387SX-33
   N80387SL
   A80487SX
 StrongARM
   StrongARM SA-110 21281-EB, 233 MHz
 i860
   A80860XR-33
   A80860XR-40
   A80860XP-50
 i960
   A80960CF-30
   A80960HD66
   N80960SA20
   GC80960RM100
   KU80960CA16
   KU80960CA-25
 MCS-48
   MCS-48 P8048H