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Data is a significant force in society and will be essential in shaping the future of every person on the planet. From large complex applications in the cloud to small low-power mobile devices at the edge, our customers are looking for solutions that can process, analyze, store, and transfer data—turning it into actionable insights, amazing experiences, and competitive advantages.

We strive to unlock the power of data so people can ride in self-driving cars, experience virtual worlds, connect with each other over fast mobile networks, and be touched by computer-assisted intelligence in ways yet unimagined.

We are well-positioned to be the driving force of this data revolution. Intel technology powers the devices and infrastructure that power the data-centric world, from PCs and the cloud to telecommunications equipment and data centers. Our computing solutions from the cloud to the edge enable a Virtuous Cycle of Growth. Our strategy is to provide the technological foundation of the new data world—a world that is always learning, smarter and faster.

DCG develops workload-optimized platforms for compute, storage, and network functions.  Customers include enterprise and government, as well as cloud and communications service providers. In 2017, DCG continued to grow faster than Intel as a whole, generated roughly 30% of our total revenue, and contributed over 40% of our total operating income.

CCG is our largest business unit, delivering 54% of our revenue. CCG is responsible for all aspects of the client computing continuum, which includes platforms and connectivity technologies that are incorporated in a wide range of consumer and commercial products. In 2017, we released the 8th generation lntel® Core™ processor family for use in notebooks and desktops, as well as our first lntel® Core i9 processors. These processors use 14nm transistors and new-generation Tri-Gate transistor technology.

IOTG develops and sells high-performance Internet of Things compute solutions for retail, automotive, industrial, and video surveillance, along with a broad range of other embedded applications. These market-driven solutions utilize silicon and software assets from our data center and client businesses to expand our compute footprint into Internet of Things markets. Smart and connected things accelerate the Virtuous Cycle of Growth by creating large amounts of data that flow through enhanced networks to the cloud.

NSG offers lntel® Optane and lntel® 3D NAND technologies, which drive innovation in solid-state drives (SSDs). The primary customers are enterprise and cloud-based data centers, users of business and consumer desktops and laptops, and a variety of embedded and Internet of Things application providers. In 2017, we released our first Intel Optane technology-based products, with 3D XPoint memory media as a building block, and were first to deliver products based on 64-layer, triple-level cell (TLC) 3D NAND.

PSG offers programmable semiconductors, primarily FPGAs and related products for a broad range of market segments, including communications, data center, industrial, military, and automotive. PSG accelerates the Virtuous Cycle of Growth through collaborating with our other businesses and integrating FPGAs with microprocessors. This integration broadens the use of FPGAs and combines the benefits of both technologies to allow more flexibility for systems to operate with increased efficiency and higher performance.

In 2017, we acquired Mobileye, which strengthens our leadership in autonomous vehicles. The sensors, hardware, and software provided by Intel and Mobileye give autonomous vehicles their ability to recognize the environment around them. This technology creates the building blocks for autonomous vehicles (AV) and includes a suite of cameras, lidar, radar, and computing and mapping technologies.

Intel is one of the very few semiconductor companies that provides process development, product development, mask making, manufacturing, packaging and software – all under one roof. We call this the Integrated Device Manufacturer (IDM) model. However, Intel is not restricted to an IDM approach. We have the flexibility to design/manufacture silicon internally (CPUs/SoCs, FPGAs, 3DNAND, Optane) or leverage external foundries to fabricate our designs (e.g. discrete ethernet, silicon photonics) depending on business needs. Intel extends beyond the traditional IDM advantage by co-optimizing between different types of products to develop best-in-class platforms. Examples include our work in autonomous cars, IoT gateways, and our innovative approach to disaggregated compute/storage/networking in data centers: Rack Scale Design. All these platforms are enabled by sophisticated software that makes everything work better together.

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