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Intel Capital

Intel Capital

Intel Capital is a venture capital division of Intel that manages corporate venture capital, investments, mergers, and acquisitions.

Intel Capital is the corporate venture capital arm of Intel and makes equity investments in innovative technology companies worldwide. Intel Capital invests in innovative startups targeting artificial intelligence, autonomous technology, data center and cloud, 5G, next-generation compute, and a wide range of other technology based companies. Intel Capital curates thousands of business development introductions each year, between its portfolio companies and the Global 2000. The firm was founded in 1991 and is headquartered in Santa Clara, California.

Intel Capital, as a division of Intel Corporation, is set up to manage corporate venture capital, global investment, mergers, and acquisitions. Since 1991, Intel Capital has invested in 1,582 companies and with 692 portfolio companies having gone public or participating in a merger. The firm has invested USD $12.9 billion.

Investment

Intel Capital invests in startups specializing in cloud and AI infrastructure, edge, 5G, autonomy, cybersecurity, client & gaming, enterprise applications, silicon design & manufacturing, and an array of other technologies. Since 1991, the firm has invested about US$12.9 billion in about 1,582 companies around the world. Intel Capital has adopted the Diversity Term Sheet Rider.

Intel Capital's investments include companies such as LISNR, Untether AI, Duality Technologies, Healx, IOTAS, DustPhotonics, DataRobot, Mech-Mind, and VeriSIM Life.

The firm's exited investments include Animoca Brands, Cloudera, Schoology, MongoDB, IndiaMART, Pixeom, Pacific Biosciences, Razer, Caring.com, Kabam, Nexmo, BlackDuck, CareDx, and Gigya.

Timeline

July 23, 2021
Fabric8Labs landed $19.3 million in a Series A funding round led by Intel Capital and existing investors including Mark Cuban.
July 20, 2021
Intel-backed Untether AI raises $125 million, adds CPPIB and Tracker Capital as investors.
March 11, 2021
Intel Capital, JVP leads $32 million round in gamification firm Centrical.
February 18, 2021
Intel names Anthony Lin its permanent chief of Intel Capital.
July 3, 2020
Wendell Brooks resigned as president of Intel Capital.
2020
Just this year, under Brooks's leadership, the company has invested $225 million so far, including eleven new investments and twenty-six investments in companies already in the portfolio.
June 12, 2019
Intel Capital hosts 7th Annual CISCO Summit.
April 1, 2019
Intel Capital invests $117 million in fourteen new startups.
February 20, 2019
Intel Capital is crowned as the most active CVC in cybersecurity.
February 4, 2018
Intel Capital invests more than $30 million in three startups to accelerate growth of the cloud.

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Funding Rounds Participated In

Further Resources

Title
Author
Link
Type
Date

A Letter to Our Intel Capital Portfolio CEOs

Anthony Lin

Web

February 18, 2021

Global Corporate Venturing Recognizes Three Intel Capital Members

Web

January 29, 2021

Why Intel Capital invested in BoomTV amid the esports boom

Dean Takahashi

Web

December 21, 2020

News

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Author
Date
Publisher
Description
Tony W. Tong
September 9, 2021
Harvard Business Review
Three factors enabled the electronics giant's unique business model.
SAM Seamless Network
May 27, 2021
www.prnewswire.com:443
/PRNewswire/ -- SAM Seamless Network, a network security company for consumers and SMBs, today announced it has raised $20M in Series B funding to accelerate...
Caresyntax
April 28, 2021
www.prnewswire.com:443
/PRNewswire/ -- Caresyntax, the leading enterprise-level digital surgery platform delivering actionable insights to make surgery smarter and safer, today...
Ingrid Lunden
April 13, 2021
TechCrunch
Artificial intelligence technology holds a huge amount of promise for enterprises -- as a tool to process and understand their data more efficiently; as a way to leapfrog into new kinds of services and products; and as a critical stepping stone into whatever the future might hold for their businesses. But the problem for many [...]
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