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Intel Partner Channel - a Dynamic Analysis by compuBase

Intel Corporation, commonly known as Intel, is an American multinational technology company and one of the world's largest semiconductor chip manufacturers. The company has a wide range of products, including microprocessors, chipsets, and other hardware and software solutions. Intel has also been involved in various other areas such as memory chips, networking, artificial intelligence, and autonomous vehicles.


Intel is involved in several areas within the field of information technology (IT). Here are some key activities and initiatives undertaken by Intel in the IT sector:
  • Processor Development: Intel is renowned for its microprocessor development. The company continually works on improving processor performance, energy efficiency, and security features. They develop processors for various computing devices, including PCs, servers, and mobile devices.
  • Data Centers: Intel plays a crucial role in the data center industry. They provide server processors, networking solutions, and storage technologies to enhance data center performance, scalability, and power efficiency.
  • Artificial Intelligence (AI): Intel is actively involved in advancing AI technologies. They offer specialized processors and software tools for AI workloads, enabling businesses to leverage AI for applications such as deep learning, machine learning, and computer vision.
  • Internet of Things (IoT): Intel provides hardware and software solutions for IoT deployments. Their technologies power IoT devices, enable edge computing capabilities, and facilitate data analytics at the edge, contributing to the growth of smart cities, industrial automation, and other IoT applications.
  • Memory Solutions: Intel produces memory technologies like solid-state drives (SSDs) and Optane™ memory, offering faster storage and caching solutions for improved system performance and responsiveness.
  • Networking: Intel develops network infrastructure technologies for wired and wireless networking. Their products enable high-speed data transfer, enhance network security, and support emerging networking standards.
  • Security: Intel emphasizes the importance of security in its products. They work on hardware-based security features, such as Intel® Hardware Shield, to help protect against various security threats, including malware and firmware attacks.
  • Software Development: In addition to hardware, Intel also invests in software development tools and frameworks to optimize software performance on their processors. These tools help developers improve application efficiency and take advantage of specific Intel processor features.
  • Research and Development: Intel invests heavily in research and development to drive technological advancements. They explore emerging technologies, collaborate with academic institutions and industry partners, and fund research projects to foster innovation and push the boundaries of IT.
  • Partnerships and Collaborations: Intel collaborates with other IT companies, industry consortia, and ecosystem partners to drive innovation, establish industry standards, and support interoperability across various IT domains.
 Intel primarily follows a distribution model that involves multiple channels to reach its customers and end-users. Here are the key components of Intel's distribution model:
  • OEMs (Original Equipment Manufacturers): Intel works closely with major OEMs, such as Dell, HP, Lenovo, and others, who integrate Intel's processors, chipsets, and other components into their own products. This includes PCs, laptops, servers, and other computing devices.
  • Distributors: Intel partners with authorized distributors who act as intermediaries between Intel and the reseller channel. These distributors purchase Intel products in bulk and distribute them to various resellers, system integrators, and value-added resellers (VARs).
  • Reseller Channel: Intel products are made available through a wide network of resellers, including retailers, e-commerce platforms, and system integrators. These resellers purchase Intel products from distributors and sell them directly to end-users or businesses.
  • Online Retailers: Intel has an online presence through its official website, where customers can purchase Intel processors and other products directly. Additionally, Intel products are also available through various e-commerce platforms, such as Amazon, Newegg, and other online retailers.
  • Value-Added Resellers (VARs): Intel collaborates with VARs, who provide additional services and solutions around Intel's products. These VARs offer customized solutions, integration services, technical support, and consulting to customers, leveraging Intel's technology.
  • Cloud Service Providers: As cloud computing continues to grow, Intel works with major cloud service providers, including Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform, to ensure their data centers are equipped with Intel processors and other infrastructure technologies.
  • Independent Software Vendors (ISVs): Intel partners with ISVs to optimize software performance on Intel architectures. This collaboration ensures that software applications take full advantage of Intel's processor features and optimizations, delivering better performance and efficiency.
  • Direct Sales: Intel also has a direct sales team that works with enterprise customers, government organizations, and other large-scale clients. This direct sales approach allows Intel to provide tailored solutions and support to customers with specific requirements.

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Definition of a Intel Partner
Any qualified partner:  Reselling, integrating, or supporting regularly Intel products 

Or with one of the following accreditations / Certifications
  • Intel Authorized Distributor (AID)
  • Intel Approved Device Supplier (IADS)
  • Distributor - Intel Approved Component Supplier (IACS)
  • Intel Titanium Partner
  • Intel Gold Partner
  • Intel Member Partner
  • Intel Certified Specialist (ex)
  • Intel Technology Provider (ex)
  • Intel Certified Solutions Consultant (ex)
  • Intel Security Partner (ex)
  • Intel Technology Provider Platinum (ex)
  • Intel Technology Provider Gold (ex)

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