Wednesday April 1, 2020

Intel at 40 chips in to help local communities

Employees at the Leixlip branch of the microprocessor giant have been working voluntarily, planting trees, painting schools and teaching ICT in libraries. Dick O’Brien reports.

13th September, 2008

Employees at the Leixlip branch of the microprocessor giant have been working voluntarily, planting trees, painting schools and teaching ICT in libraries. Dick O’Brien reports.

Normally when a company has been in business for 40 years, it needs little encouragement to throw a party. However, computer chip manufacturer Intel has decided to celebrate the onset of middle age this year by trying to give something back to communities across the world.

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