Intel: Net Revenue, by year
YearNet revenue,
in billion USD
202354.23
202263.05
202179.02
202077.87
201971.97
201870.85
201762.76
201659.39
201555.36
201455.87
201352.71
201253.34
201154.00
201043.60
200935.10
200837.60
200738.30
200635.40
200538.80
200434.20
200330.10
200226.80
200126.50
200033.70
199929.40
  • Region: Worldwide
  • Time period: 1999 to 2023
  • Published: Jan 2024

Data Analysis and Insights

Updated: Apr 6, 2024 | Published by: Statistico | About Us / Data / Analysis

Revenue Decline in Recent Years

Intel's net revenue has shown a significant decline over the last three years, with the numbers dropping from 79.02 billion USD in 2021 to 54.23 billion USD in 2023. This represents a decrease of nearly 31.4% over this period, highlighting challenges the company has faced recently.

Record Revenue in 2021

The year 2021 marked a peak in Intel's financial performance over the last 25 years, with the company achieving its highest net revenue of 79.02 billion USD. This peak is a significant milestone, demonstrating the company's capacity for substantial financial achievements.

Overall Revenue Growth Over 25 Years

Comparing Intel's net revenue from 1999, which was 29.40 billion USD, to 2023, where it stood at 54.23 billion USD, the company has seen an overall growth of 84.4% over a span of 25 years. This growth underscores the company's long-term upward trajectory despite recent fluctuations.

Recovery after the 2008 Financial Crisis

Following the 2008 financial crisis, Intel's net revenue dipped to 37.60 billion USD in 2008. However, the company demonstrated resilience and recovery, with revenue climbing to 43.60 billion USD by 2010, marking a recovery increase of 16% in two years.

Consistent Growth in the Early 2000s

Between 2004 and 2005, Intel saw a remarkable year-over-year revenue growth of 13.45%, from 34.20 billion USD to 38.80 billion USD. This period highlighted a phase of strong growth for the company in the early 2000s.

Stabilization and Growth from 2015 Onwards

Starting from 2015, Intel's net revenue showed a trend of stabilization and consistent growth, moving from 55.36 billion USD in 2015 to 79.02 billion USD in 2021. This period, leading up to the recent downturn, illustrates a significant phase of expansion and scaling for Intel.

Decade of Fluctuations

The decade from 2011 to 2021 was characterized by fluctuations in Intel's annual net revenue, with the figure moving from 54.00 billion USD in 2011 to a peak of 79.02 billion USD in 2021, reflecting the volatile nature of the tech industry and Intel's adaptability.

Notable Growth Spurts

Intel experienced notable growth spurts in its annual net revenue, especially from 2009 to 2010 and 2019 to 2020, with increases of 24.2% and 8.2%, respectively. These years highlight significant positive shifts in the company's financial performance.

Long-term Revenue Trends

Over the long term, Intel's net revenue has generally been on an upward trend, with notable exceptions during economic downturns or industry-specific challenges. The data from 2000 to 2023 shows the resilience and growth capacity of Intel despite occasional setbacks.

Frequently Asked Questions

What has been the trend in Intel's revenue in recent years?

Intel's net revenue dropped significantly from 79.02 billion USD in 2021 to 54.23 billion USD in 2023, a decrease of nearly 31.4%.

How has Intel's net revenue changed over a span of 25 years?

Intel's net revenue saw an overall growth of 84.4% from 29.40 billion USD in 1999 to 54.23 billion USD in 2023.

Terms and Definitions

Intel Corporation is a multinational technology company that specializes in creating semiconductors, which are essential components in computer systems. They provide processors for computer system manufacturers such as Apple, Lenovo, HP, and Dell.

Net Revenue refers to a company's total revenue minus the cost of sales, operating expenses, taxes, and other deductions. It essentially represents the company's profit after all the costs have been accounted for.

Semiconductors are materials, often silicon-based, with properties between conductors (like metals) and nonconductors or insulators (like ceramic). They are crucial components of electronic devices, allowing control over the amount of electrical current that a device uses.

Total revenue is the complete income generated by a business for the sale of its goods or services. It includes all business activities, both operating and non-operating, before accounting for any expenses.
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