Intel is the world's largest semiconductor chip maker, based on revenue. It develops advanced integrated digital technology products, primarily integrated circuits, for industries such as computing and communications. Intel supplies the computing and communications industries with chips, boards, systems, and software building blocks that are the "ingredients" of computers, servers, networking, and communications products. Intel’s business segments are PC Client Group, Data Center Group, Embedded and Communications Group, Digital Home Group, Ultra-Mobility Group, NAND Solutions Group, Wind River Software Group, Software and Services Group and Digital Health Group. Intel is headquartered in Santa Clara, California.
CEO: Paul S. Otellini; Revenues: $46.17 Billion (2010); Employees: 82,500 (2010).
Climate Change Targets
Intel reduced absolute PFC emissions by 45 percent from 1995 levels by 2010. Also, by the end of 2010, IBM also reduced global GHG emissions per chip by 45 percent below 2004 levels and the absolute GHG footprint from Intel operations by 40 percent from 2007 levels.
Climate and Energy Strategies
Technology Solutions (C2ES's Climate Techbook Factsheets)
Relevant Links: Intel Company Web Site, Intel Environment Web Site, Intel Corporate Responsibility Report, Intel Climate Change Policy