Intel's major competitors include: Advanced Micro Devices, IBM, Nvidia, Microchip Technology, EMC, LSI Logic, NetApp, PMC-Sierra, Micron Technologies, Symantec, Akamai Technologies, Cisco Systems, CA Technologies, PTC, Hewlett-Packard, Microsoft and Google. These companies compete with Intel in one or more of its six operating segments.
In the PC operating and revenue segment, personal computer manufacturer Advanced Micro Devices, American multinational conglomerate IBM and system-on-a-chip operator Nvidia compete with Intel. In addition to being a main competitor in the PC operating and revenue segment, Advanced Micro Devices is also Intel's main rival in the DEG chipboard and motherboard segment.
Microchip Technologies is Intel's only major competitor in the DEG microprocessor segment. Microchip Technologies is an American producer of microcontrollers, memory and analog semiconductors.
Intel has multiple major competitors in the DTA center group segment, including information infrastructure company EMC, computer storage and data-management company NetApp, and MIPS processor and semiconductor maker PMC-Sierra.
Intel's two major competitors in the flash memory segment are Intel's rival in the DEG processor segment, Microchip Technologies, and Micron Technology, a semiconductor maker that produces several types of memory.
In the software services group, Intel competes with PC security provider Symantec, cloud service provider Akamai Technologies, Internet protocol device designer Cisco Systems, Hewlett-Packard, Microsoft and Google.