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Inside Intel's Museum: 10 Must-See Exhibits

The Intel Museum, located at the chipmaker's corporate headquarters in Santa Clara, Calif., reveals fascinating facts and insights into the company and its technology, including how processors are actually made, the history of these chips, and what the future holds.
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The Beginning

Intel was founded in 1968 by Gordon Moore and Robert Noyce in Mountain View. Andy Grove joined shortly thereafter, and the three led the development of a new type of computer memory. This photo featured at the museum shows Intel's 106 employees outside the original facility. 
(Image: Jessica Davis/InformationWeek)

The Beginning

Intel was founded in 1968 by Gordon Moore and Robert Noyce in Mountain View. Andy Grove joined shortly thereafter, and the three led the development of a new type of computer memory. This photo featured at the museum shows Intel's 106 employees outside the original facility.

(Image: Jessica Davis/InformationWeek)

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