It’s a virtual look behind the “historical” doors of Intel.
The corporation offers a trip through its history, virtually with slides and video.
Here is the introduction to the tour, from Intel’s newsroom. Make sure to click on the tour below.
In an unassuming warehouse just outside Atlanta, 125,000 important Intel images, documents and physical items line the shelves of Heritage Werks, a company that also manages the archives for other Fortune 500 companies and sports leagues, including the NBA, NFL and NHL.
Intel’s first processor, the 4004, its first ads, thousands of patents, and vintage PCs and toys are preserved at the Georgia company. The relics connect Intel’s past with its future.
Come along and peek “Behind This Door” at Heritage Werks, where you’ll find the world’s first processor, Super Bowl bunny suits, talking toy dogs and more.
You can also see some of these artifacts and learn more about Intel’s storied history at the new Intel Virtual Museum.