Intel at 50: Time Capsule Presentation

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    Items from a time capsule buried during Intel Corporation’s 35th anniversary are displayed Monday, July 9, 2018, at Intel’s Santa Clara, California, headquarters. Among the items included in the time capsule were chopsticks and bracelets from Intel employees in Intel Malaysia; Craig Barrett’s badge (Intel’s CEO in 2003); a collection of silicon chips — Willamette, Northwood, Northwood mobile, and Prestonia — contributed from assembly test manufacturing teams in Costa Rica; and a coil for an ultra wideband receiver. (Credit: Walden Kirsch/Intel Corporation)
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    Bob Swan, Intel Corporation’s interim chief executive officer, presents an Intel® Optane™ solid state drive that will be included in a time capsule at the company’s Santa Clara, California, headquarters on Monday, July 9, 2018. The new time capsule, created as part of Intel’s 50th anniversary celebration, is expected to be opened at the company’s 75th anniversary in 2043. (Credit: Walden Kirsch/Intel Corporation)
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    Bob Swan, Intel Corporation’s interim chief executive officer, is photographed at a time capsule ceremony at the company’s Santa Clara, California, headquarters on Monday, July 9, 2018. The event included preparation of a new time capsule, created as part of Intel’s 50th anniversary celebration. It is expected to be opened at the company’s 75th anniversary in 2043. (Credit: Walden Kirsch/Intel Corporation)

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As part of Intel’s 50th anniversary celebration, Bob Swan, interim chief executive officer, today presented items from a time capsule buried during the company’s 35th anniversary at its Santa Clara, California, headquarters.

In addition, Swan prepared a new time capsule that will be uncovered at Intel’s 75th anniversary in 2043.  Featured items include a 2017 annual report; an Intel® Shooting Star™ drone flown at the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in PyeongChang, South Korea;  and various items that represent Intel’s site communities across the globe.

Founded on July 18, 1968, by Robert Noyce and Gordon Moore, Intel employs over 100,000 people and operates in more than 60 countries or territories across the globe. Throughout 2018, Intel and its employees are celebrating a half-century of innovation that has profoundly changed the world — from power conservation and processors that fit on a pencil tip to conflict-free mineral sourcing, improvement in the quality of education for girls and underserved communities around the world, and a measurable commitment to diversity.

This story is among a series running to celebrate Intel’s 50th anniversary in 2018.

More: Read the Intel at 50 series Intel at 50 (Press Kit)

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