Computer Intel (INTC) is an American multinational Corporation and is the largest publicly traded semiconductor chips in the United States. It has six separate operating segments, at least one competitor in each.
Operating in the client PC and the segment sales, the most significant rivals to Intel is a personal computer processor manufacturer advanced micro devices; an American multinational technology company IBM; and graphics processors and systems-on-chip device manufacturer, NVIDIA.
In one large segment grad microprocessor Intel competitor is microchip Technology (MCHP), an American manufacturer of microcontroller, memory and analog semiconductors.
The degree chipset, motherboard and other segment, advanced micro devices (AMD) is the most formidable rival of Intel in General. This competitor previously mentioned as a contender in the client segment of the PC market, competing with Intel in several key markets.
In the data center segment group, Intel’s main competitors include EMC Corporation, information infrastructure of the company; LSI logic, which was acquired by avago technologies (AVGO) in may 2014; computer storage and data management company NetApp; and PMC-Sierra, on the MIPS processor and semiconductor manufacturing company. Other significant rivals in this segment of the market of application delivery manufacturer of networking products, F5 networks; an American multinational computer technology company, Oracle (transportation) and IBM (IBM).
In the segment of flash memory Intel has two competitors: the previously mentioned company, which produces semiconductor chips and micron technology, Boise, a manufacturer of semiconductors, founded by Idaho, which produces several types of memory.
Few competitors market share from Intel’s software services group, including Symantec, best known for its security and backup services; cloud service provider, Finance and technology (AKAM); developer and manufacturer of devices based on IP Protocol “Cisco systems” (this way); an independent software company, CA technologies; and the American software company PTC. Some of the most famous technology companies in the world and compete with Intel in this market, including computer giant Hewlett-Packard and Microsoft software and Titan, perhaps the most dominant tech company in the world, Google (analogues).