Intel is celebrating its four-decade-long relationship with Stanford University by spotlighting the school's nexus with its top executives, CNET reports. The Intel-Stanford tie began back in 1969 when Stanford electrical engineering alumnus Ted Hoff became Intel employee No. 12. Within two years, he had invented, along with Federico Faggin and Stan Mazor, Intel's flagship product: the microprocessor. For more than four decades, the Stanford-Intel relationship has been behind the launch of some of Intel's flagship technologies and hundreds of the company's engineering careers. (Nearly 1,000 Stanford alumni have worked at Intel, and a Stanford University web page marks this relationship.)...

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