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United States and Canada

Intel Corporation
Robert Noyce Building
2200 Mission College Boulevard
P. O. Box 58119
Santa Clara, CA 95052-8119
USA
Phone: (800) 628-8686

the technology
Europe

Intel Corporation (UK) Ltd.
Pipers Way
Swindon
Wiltshire SN3 1RJ
UK
Phone:
England
Germany
France
Italy
Israel
Netherlands
Sweden

(44) 1793 403 000
(49) 89 99143 0
(33) 1 4571 7171
(39) 2 575 441
(372) 2 589 7111
(31) 10 286 6111
(46) 8 705 5600

the brand

Asia- Pacific

Intel Semiconductor Ltd.
32/F Two Pacific Place
88 Queensway, Central
Hong Kong
Phone: (852) 2844 4555

1996 Annual Report

www.intel.com

Japan

Intel Kabushiki Kaisha
P.O. Box 115 Tsukuba-gakuen
5-6 Tokodai, Tsukuba-shi
Ibaraki-ken 305
Japan
Phone: (81) 298 47 8522
South America

the markets

Intel Semicondutores do Brazil
Rue Florida, 1703-2 and CJ22
CEP 04565-001 Sao Paulo-SP
Brazil
Phone: (55) 11 5505 2296

For More Information

To learn more about Intel Corporation,
visit our site on the World Wide Web
at www.intel.com

the results

www.intel.com

www.intel.com

A bout Intel

Table of contents
Intel Corpor at ion 1996

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t has been 25 years since Intel introduced the world’s first microprocessor, making technological history. The computer revolution that this technology enabled has changed the world. Today, Intel supplies the computing industry with the chips, boards, systems and software that are the “ingredients” of computer architecture. These products are used by industry members to create advanced computing systems. Intel’s mission is to be the preeminent building block supplier to the new computing industry worldwide.

Intel Corpor at ion 1996

2

Letter to our
stockholders

Our two key tasks: help make the
connected PC the most exciting and
useful tool in history, and keep delivering the high-performance processors that make it possible. We made enormous strides on both fronts in 1996.

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Principal products

Microprocessors, also called central processing units
(CPUs) or chips, are frequently described as the “brains” of a computer, because they control the central processing of data in personal computers (PCs) and other computers. Chipsets perform essential logic functions surrounding the CPU in computers based on Intel architecture processors. Motherboards combine Intel microprocessors and chipsets to form the basic subsystem of a PC or server.

Networking and communications products enhance the capabilities of PC systems and networks, and make them easier to use and manage.These products are sold through reseller, retail and original equipment manufacturer (OEM) channels.

Computer enhancement products. Flash memory provides easily reprogrammable memory for computers, mobile phones and many other products. Flash memory has the advantage of retaining data when the unit’s power is turned off. Embedded control chips are designed to perform specific functions in products such as automobile engine and braking systems, hard disk drives, laser printers, input/output control modules, cellular phones and home appliances.

Highlights
of 1996

Celebrating technological history.
Showcasing dramatic software developments.Working with movie stars. It has been an exciting year.

Processor products.

1996
5.81

4.5

4.03

2.60

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Facts and
figures

3.0

2.62

1.24

1.5

For history at a glance, we like the
story told in charts. Check here for the
bottom line on another fantastic year.

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Earnings per share
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of computer systems and peripherals.
PC users, who buy Intel’s PC enhancements, business communications products and networking products through reseller, retail and OEM channels. Other manufacturers, including makers of a wide range of industrial and telecommunications equipment.

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