April 2015 marked the 50th Anniversary of Moore’s Law. Gordon Moore made this observation three years before co-founding Intel. His law states that the number of transistors incorporated on a computer chip will double every two years, resulting in increased computing power and devices that are faster, smaller and lower cost.
To hear context on this law from Gordon Moore himself see the video at this link and embedded below:
Intel’s pursuit of continuous innovation has kept Moore’s law alive. More importantly it has kept Intel delivering solutions that help both enterprises and consumers get more things done.
Intel Corporation is engaged in the design and manufacture of digital technology platforms. The Company’s segments include Client Computing Group (CCG), Data Center Group (DCG), Internet of Things Group (IOTG), Software and Services (SSG) and All Other. CCG segment includes platforms designed for notebooks (including Ultrabook devices), 2 in 1 systems, desktops (including all-in-ones and personal computers (PCs)), tablets, phones, wireless and wired connectivity products, and mobile communication components. DCG segment includes server, network and storage platforms designed for the enterprise, cloud, communications infrastructure and technical computing segments. IOTG segment includes platforms designed for Internet of Things market segments, including retail, transportation, industrial, and buildings and home use. SSG segment includes Intel Security Group, and Software and Services group. All Other segment includes Non-Volatile Memory Solutions Group and the New Devices Group.
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