Intellectual Property Policy

Intel public policy: How Intel promotes innovation worldwide

Intel owns approximately 70,000 patent assets worldwide. Innovation, and the intellectual property (IP) that underlines it, are central to our business. Intel believes that a balanced, fair approach to IP systems is the best way to incentivize innovation. Intel's objective is to achieve balanced protection and enforcement for intellectual property — including patents, copyrights and trade secrets — globally.

Debunking a Myth about Innovation and Standards

According to this myth, only a few “innovators” are responsible for the lion’s share of an end product’s value. They proclaim themselves as doing the visionary intellectual work, while everyone else (whom they call “implementers”) do routine labor.

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Ideas and perspectives promoting a thriving innovation economy from Intel’s public policy team.