| Intel is a data-centric company. Co.'s segments include: Data Center Group, which develops platforms for compute, storage, and network functions; Internet of Things Group, which develops compute platforms that solve for technology and business use cases that can scale across vertical industries and embedded markets; Mobileye, which provides driving assistance and self-driving solutions; Non-Volatile Memory Solutions Group, which provides memory and storage products; Programmable Solutions Group, which provides programmable semiconductors; and Client Computing Group, which provides computing experience, including performance, memory, graphics, and form factors to create PC platforms. |
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