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N.M. Electronics


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As this name was only used for a month and was later quickly changed to Intel (Integrated Electronics), no logo was used.



Intel old
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Helvetica Bold (modified)
Launched:  April 1969

After 2 weeks as N.M. Electronics, it was officially launched as Intel on August 1, 1968.[1] However, it would not see its first logo until the introduction of its first-ever product, the Intel 3101, in April of 1969.


Designer:  FutureBrand
Typography:  Custom-designed (logo)
Neo Sans Intel (2006–2014)
Intel Clear (2014–2020)
Launched:  December 24, 2005 (reveal)
January 3, 2006 (official)

On December 24, 2005, Intel unveiled a new logo for the first time, heavily based upon the original logo of the Intel Inside brand, albeit upside down. This logo, along with its associated product logos, were leaked a month prior on November 14.[2][3] This rebrand officially took effect on January 3, 2006, effectively discontinuing the original logo, alongside the original Intel Inside logo on all products that carried it in their logos.[4] Additionally, an updated version of the iconic "Intel Inside" jingle was introduced company-wide, which was first heard a year prior with the Intel Pentium D and M.

The typeface was changed to Neo Sans Intel, a modified version of Neo Sans by Monotype. The slogan "Leap ahead" was introduced with this rebrand, which would be used until May 5, 2009, when it was replaced with "Sponsors of Tomorrow" the following day.[5]

The typeface was changed in 2014, as part of a company-wide change, from Neo Sans Intel to Intel Clear, designed by Red Peak Branding and Dalton Maag.

This logo is still used on last-generation products and on Intel Itanium, as well as its Santa Clara, CA headquarters as of July 2022, and is still used in some advertisements, particularly those carrying pre-Tiger Lake CPUs, and still used on Acer Chromebooks.


Intel 2020
Designer:  Andrew Mirakian
Typography:  Intel One (custom-designed; logo)
Intel Clear (custom-designed)
Launched:  September 2, 2020

This logo, along with its associated product logos, was first leaked on July 29, 2020, as part of the registration of the Intel Evo trademark.[6] This logo was officially introduced alongside the Tiger Lake CPUs on September 2, 2020.

The logo is philosophically inspired by the previous one and the one before it. Additionally, a new version of the Intel jingle began to be used alongside the logo in promotional materials.

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  1. Intel's Founding. Intel. Retrieved on December 9, 2021.
  2. Wichers, René (14 November 2005). Intel verandert beeldmerk; 'Pentium' afgedankt? (Dutch). Tweakers. Retrieved on December 9, 2021.
  3. D., Samuel (14 November 2005). Intel Core, Centrino Duo et logos (French). X86-secret.com. Archived from the original on December 28, 2005. Retrieved on December 9, 2021.
  4. Nystedt, Dan (30 December 2005). 'Intel Inside' out as company launches a new slogan. Computerworld. Retrieved on February 3, 2020.
  5. Intel: 'Sponsors of Tomorrow'. Intel (6 May 2009). Retrieved on December 9, 2021.
  6. btarunr (29 July 2020). Intel Overhauls its Corporate Identity, Registers New Product Logos, "EVO Powered by Core" Surfaces. TechPowerUp. Retrieved on December 9, 2021.