| Intel provides end-to-end solutions, scaling from edge computing to 5G networks, the cloud, and the emerging fields of Artificial intelligence and autonomous driving. Co.'s segments are: Client Computing Group, which focuses on long-term operating system, system architecture, hardware, and application integration; Data Center Group and AI, which delivers workload-optimized solutions; Network and Edge, which delivers and deploys intelligent edge platforms; Mobileye, which provides driving assistance and self-driving solutions; Accelerated Computing Systems and Graphics, which solves the computational problems; and Intel Foundry Services.
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