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Investing in U.S.-based Technology Development and American Manufacturing
Intel is leading the way to revitalize American semiconductor manufacturing and research and development to build a more resilient global supply chain. Over the course of five years, Intel expects to invest more than $100 billion in the U.S. as we expand our capacity and capabilities in Arizona, New Mexico, Oregon, and Ohio. These investments, contingent on adequate CHIPS support, will fill several essential domestic supply chain gaps and are critical to U.S. economic and national security.
Oregon: The Heart of Semiconductor Research and Development
The future of American semiconductor manufacturing starts in Oregon, which is home to Intel’s innovation hub for leading-edge semiconductor research, technology development and manufacturing. Intel is planning a multibillion-dollar expansion and modernization of our facilities in Oregon that keeps us on track to process technology leadership by 2025.
- Jobs: Intel employs more than 22,000 employees in Oregon, and we expect to add several thousand new permanent and construction jobs.
- Economic Impact: Since Intel broke ground in 1974, we have invested $59 billion in Oregon and currently contribute $19.3 billion annually to Oregon’s GDP.
Arizona: Innovating and Investing for more than 40 years
Intel is expanding our operations in Arizona with two new leading-edge semiconductor factories that are estimated to cost $15 billion to $20 billion each—the largest private sector investment in the state’s history. The new factories will support growing demand for Intel’s products and provide committed capacity for Intel Foundry Services customers.
- Jobs: Intel employs more than 13,000 employees in Arizona, and we expect to add 3,000 new Intel jobs, 6,000 construction jobs, and indirectly support 15,000 additional jobs with suppliers and supporting industries through our investments.
- Economic Impact: Since Intel broke ground in 1979, we have invested $34.5 billion in Arizona and currently contributes $8.6 billion annually to Arizona’s GDP.
New Mexico: Pushing the Limits of Advanced Packaging
Intel is investing $3.5 billion in its New Mexico operations to enable production of its advanced semiconductor packaging technology, including Foveros, Intel’s breakthrough 3D packaging technology. This technology allows us to mix and match compute tiles to meet increasing computing performance needs for artificial intelligence, 5G and the edge.
- Jobs: Intel employs more than 2,100 employees in New Mexico, and we expect to add 700 new Intel jobs, 1,000 construction jobs, and indirectly support 3,500 additional jobs with suppliers and supporting industries through our investments.
- Economic Impact: Since 1980, Intel has invested $16.7 billion in New Mexico and currently contributes $1.2 billion annually to New Mexico’s GDP.
Returning Process Technology Leadership to the U.S.
Intel is pioneering the industry’s first glass substrates for next-generation advanced packaging, planned for the latter part of this decade. This breakthrough achievement will enable the continued scaling of transistors in a package and advance Moore’s Law to deliver data-centric applications.
While it is becoming exponentially more challenging to keep pace with Moore’s Law as the industry aspires to deliver 1 trillion transistors on a single device by 2030, Intel is executing on or ahead of schedule to deliver five process nodes in four years and return process technology leadership to the U.S. by 2025 with robust investment plans to maintain that leadership once regained.