Intel works with governments, organizations, and industries around the world to advocate policies that encourage new ideas, promote fair commerce, and protect resources. By promoting innovation and competition worldwide, Intel seeks to help people and businesses thrive in an increasingly global economy.
The cloud is a key enabler of economic growth and social change worldwide. We believe that to move toward effective and safe cloud computing, individual organizations and the IT industry as a whole need to focus on efficiency, simplification, and security in the cloud.
Modernization of customs and trade procedures is important to major global supply chain participants. Intel depends on the ability to move products across international borders quickly, cost-effectively, and with minimal burdens.
Technology has made a significant impact driving environmental efficiencies throughout the world. As an environmentally responsible manufacturer of energy-efficient products, Intel works with governments worldwide to help shape progressive energy policy.
Intel does three-quarters of its advanced manufacturing and R&D in the U.S., yet generates more than three quarters of its revenue overseas. Our business depends on robust trade agreements and effective global engagement.
Intel depends upon highly skilled employees in the areas of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) to generate new and innovative products. Currently, there are simply not enough American workers to perform the specialized jobs we need to fill.
Intel technology drives end-to-end Internet of Things (IoT) solutions around the world—powering devices from the edge of the network to the cloud with industry leading hardware, software, and services.
Intel recognizes that innovation, growth, and the continued success of its business and the high tech industry depend upon individuals' trust in their use of technology and in the responsible, protected collection and processing of their data.
Intel is the number one investor in research and development among U.S. publicly traded companies and the fifth largest capital investor in the U.S. American tax policy needs to support quality jobs and economic growth.