Intel Long Term Debt 2010-2024 | INTC

Intel long term debt from 2010 to 2024. Long term debt can be defined as the sum of all long term debt fields.
  • Intel long term debt for the quarter ending March 31, 2024 was $47.869B, a 1.98% decline year-over-year.
  • Intel long term debt for 2023 was $46.978B, a 24.66% increase from 2022.
  • Intel long term debt for 2022 was $37.684B, a 12.46% increase from 2021.
  • Intel long term debt for 2021 was $33.51B, a 1.14% decline from 2020.
Intel Annual Long Term Debt
(Millions of US $)
2023 $46,978
2022 $37,684
2021 $33,510
2020 $33,897
2019 $25,308
2018 $25,098
2017 $25,037
2016 $20,649
2015 $20,036
2014 $12,059
2013 $13,165
2012 $13,136
2011 $7,084
2010 $2,077
2009 $2,049
Intel Quarterly Long Term Debt
(Millions of US $)
2024-03-31 $47,869
2023-12-31 $46,978
2023-09-30 $46,591
2023-06-30 $46,335
2023-03-31 $48,836
2022-12-31 $37,684
2022-09-30 $37,240
2022-06-30 $32,548
2022-03-31 $32,788
2021-12-31 $33,510
2021-09-30 $35,610
2021-06-30 $31,714
2021-03-31 $33,237
2020-12-31 $33,897
2020-09-30 $36,059
2020-06-30 $36,093
2020-03-31 $36,455
2019-12-31 $25,308
2019-09-30 $23,707
2019-06-30 $25,089
2019-03-31 $25,737
2018-12-31 $25,098
2018-09-30 $24,823
2018-06-30 $24,632
2018-03-31 $24,770
2017-12-31 $25,037
2017-09-30 $27,498
2017-06-30 $27,855
2017-03-31 $20,678
2016-12-31 $20,649
2016-09-30 $24,043
2016-06-30 $24,053
2016-03-31 $21,775
2015-12-31 $20,036
2015-09-30 $20,059
2015-06-30 $12,116
2015-03-31 $12,112
2014-12-31 $12,059
2014-09-30 $12,103
2014-06-30 $13,180
2014-03-31 $13,172
2013-12-31 $13,165
2013-09-30 $13,157
2013-06-30 $13,150
2013-03-31 $13,143
2012-12-31 $13,136
2012-09-30 $7,100
2012-06-30 $7,093
2012-03-31 $7,088
2011-12-31 $7,084
2011-09-30 $7,076
2011-06-30 $2,090
2011-03-31 $2,083
2010-12-31 $2,077
2010-09-30 $2,073
2010-06-30 $2,058
2010-03-31 $2,052
2009-12-31 $2,049
2009-09-30 $2,201
2009-06-30 $1,174
2009-03-31 $1,170
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Computer and Technology Semiconductor - General $133.755B $54.228B
Intel Corporation, one of the world's largest semiconductor company and primary supplier of microprocessors and chipsets, is gradually moving into data-centric businesses such as AI and autonomous driving. Intel is a dominant player for microprocessors in both consumer and enterprise markets. Data Center Group, Internet of Things Group, Mobileye, Non-Volatile memory solutions group and Programmable solutions Group and All Other business units form the crux of Intel's data-centric business model. DCG segment deals with servers, workstations and other products for cloud, enterprise, and communication infrastructure market. IOTG offers high-performance compute solutions and embedded applications. PSG segment offers programmable semiconductors, primarily FPGAs and structured ASICs. Mobileye is engaged in developing computer vision and machine learning-based sensing, data analysis, localization, mapping, and driving policy technology for ADAS and autonomous driving.
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