Describes three stages in Intel’s history: the initial success and then collapse in DRAMs and EPROMs, its transition to become and dominance in microprocessors and its move to the major supplier of building blocks for the Internet economy. Allows a rich discussion of the structure of the industry and transformation in DRAMs and microprocessors to detect the creation of competitive advantage and value, and sustainability.

Describes three stages in Intel’s history: the initial success and then collapse in DRAMs and EPROMs, its transition to become and dominance in microprocessors and its move to the major supplier of building blocks for the Internet economy. Allows a rich discussion of the structure of the industry and transformation in DRAMs and microprocessors to detect the creation of competitive advantage and value, and sustainability.
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Ramon Casadesus – Masanell,
David B. Yoffie,
Sasha Mattu
Source: HBS Premier Case Collection
25 pages.
Publication Date: Nov 21, 2002. Prod #: 703 427 PDF-ENG
Intel Corp. – 1968-2003 HBR case solution

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