In celebration of intelligence beyond excellence.
4. Did you know how Intel decided on the Pentium name? It had all to do with the trouble in trademarking the next numerical progression of Intel's successor to the 486 line. The name Pentium comes from 'Pente' meaning five and Latin suffix '-ium'.
5. Heard that 'dum-da-DUM' sound in the video above? That's the 'Intel Bong', a three-second audio mnemonic that helped Intel become one of the most recognisable brands! Watch a crazy version here:
7. Intel has been assisting Dr. Stephen Hawking, one of the greatest minds of modern times, with the ability to communicate since 1997. Intel's work with Hawking is part of its broader research into smart gadgets as well as assistive technologies for the elderly.
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