Intel Philippines, Cavite Plant

Satellite image of Intel's manufacturing plant in General Trias, Cavite.

Intel is arguably the most high-tech company to invest in the Philippines. Their main operations in the country is located at their manufacturing plant in General Trias, Cavite where they manufacture and test their microprocessors and flash memory. (I’m not sure if this is where some of their Core 2 CPUs are made.) Intel has actually been in the country since 1974 (only six years after the company was founded!) starting with a manufacturing plant in Bangkal, Makati. In 1996, Intel opened their plant at the Gateway Business Park in Cavite and consolidated all of their operations there by 2002. The Makati plant is now abandoned.

Intel’s operations in Cavite has made a significant impact in the province’s economy. It accounts for 22% of all of Cavite’s exports in 2004, which is quite large considering that there are other semiconductor companies in Cavite. Overall, Intel accounts for 0.3% of the country’s total GDP and employs about 5,000 people, most of them test engineers. (I have some batchmates from UP who work there.)

Recently, Yuga raised the alarm that Intel might leave their Cavite plant for China. It’s true that Intel will put up a $2.5B fabrication plant in Dalian, China but whether they will leave Cavite or not is still an open question.

Anyway, here’s the main page of Intel Philippines if you want to learn more about Intel’s involvement in the country.

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July 7, 2007
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  1. Rico wrote on July 7, 2007 @ 08:01AM

    I’ve always wondered why Intel closed its Makati plant. Thanks for the answer!

  2. Eugene wrote on July 8, 2007 @ 03:17PM

    I managed to get inside the Intel Makati plant when I had a job interview there before. Too bad they closed it down, but I suppose that consolidating their business in one location makes more business sense.

  3. paul wrote on July 23, 2007 @ 04:43PM

    Looking back at history, both Intel and Motorola Phils (Semiconductors Product Sector) have a similar story. They almost started on the same year in the Philippines, with Motorola having its first plant in Paranaque along the south super highway. Finally when Motorola opened their Carmona, Cavite plant, gradually the Paranaque plant was abandoned, older production workers forced to retire and some younger employees as well as experienced engineers where transferred to the Carmona Plant (today it is now known as On Semi).

  4. Eugene wrote on July 24, 2007 @ 11:43AM

    Paul, that’s an interesting story. I’m sure there are other companies that eventually transferred to industrial parks in Cavite, Laguna, Clark, and Subic. Thanks for sharing!

  5. Mangjose wrote on August 22, 2007 @ 06:17AM

    Re: “I’m not sure if this is where some of their Core 2 CPUs are made.”

    Yes, these are also manufactured in Intel Cavite.

  6. Eugene wrote on August 23, 2007 @ 12:52AM

    Mangjose, thanks for the confirmation! But I guess Intel Cavite will now become Numonyx Philippines?

  7. Dan E wrote on November 17, 2007 @ 09:30AM

    Only the Flash factory will be sold to Numonyx so some current Flash headcount will now become Numonyx employees. (There are 2 plants in Intel Cavite, the Flash and Chipsets/CPU Factory.

    The Makati plant was closed due to the expansion. It was so small and it would be more efficient to consolidate all mfg work in the Cavite site. When we watched a documentary of Intel Philippines way back, I couldn’t believe the Makati plant was actually a “plant” hehehe

    Even if I already left Intel for a job in Manila (got tired of travelling everyday) I still cherish my memories working for Intel. I just love the working environment, just like the environment that I dreamt of. In Intel-speak, I still “bleed blue”. I do hope they don’t totally close down the CV plant after 30 plus years of operation.

    And yes, Core 2 Duo, (and Core Duo and the first Centrino) are manufactured in Cavite. Cavite brought Centrino the world!

    Some Trivia:

    In your image, the longer building is the Flash plant (which will soon be part of Numonyx). The smaller “square” at the top of the left building is the Warehouse (na napakahigpit ng security). The building on the right is the CHipsets/CPU factory. The light blue thingy at the top of the image of the right building is the covered extension of our humongous cafeteria!

  8. Eugene wrote on November 20, 2007 @ 06:26AM

    Hey, Dan! You’re my batchmate from UP EEE, right? Welcome! And thanks for all of that information; it’s very, very helpful and enlightening. My powers of curation has its limits so I really appreciate first-hand accounts and stories from people like you.

  9. Dan E wrote on November 21, 2007 @ 03:54AM

    Hi Eugene, yup it’s me! Sana nga tama pa yung pinagsususulat ko about Intel CV. I think only 2 of our batchmates are still working there.

  10. Eugene wrote on December 5, 2007 @ 08:03AM

    @Dan, well, it’s still informative nonetheless and hardly unlikely that you got the gist of your info wrong.

  11. Pogs wrote on January 17, 2008 @ 07:28PM

    Any update on the numonyx guys? I’m due for an interview sometime this month and just want to have a feel of where Intel Phils is going. Tnx

  12. natzky wrote on February 13, 2008 @ 11:54PM

    well im not so sure if it still employs 5000 employee, the headcount really went down. specially when flash was sold. got out last Feb 2007 and im surely missing my good ole days there. anyway i heard rumors of further headcount cuts im not so sure. i guess the vietnam AT site hit CV hard. CPU is moving out of CV last time I heard

  13. tong 112 wrote on February 25, 2008 @ 10:57PM

    For Flash CV2 building, there are already 500 left.

  14. silverchair wrote on March 31, 2008 @ 11:03AM

    intel cavite is closing down this Q3’08. Too bad, one our country’s main exporter will be gone.

    i’m a former employee of intel and this is what i’ve heard from my former colleagues.

  15. JV wrote on April 2, 2008 @ 06:34PM

    Corporate made an announcement today about the closure, including how the separation of employees will be managed. Too bad…

    ex-Intel too.

  16. onie wrote on April 3, 2008 @ 01:07AM

    So sad, i was there during announcing of employee packages if their alternative plan will no work out..

  17. tuluk wrote on April 3, 2008 @ 02:46PM

    many employees cried… too bad they had to close it down. the high costs of maintaining the site (i.e., high electricity bills, very high government taxes, building rentals, etc.) drove the closure.

  18. pepot wrote on April 3, 2008 @ 03:18PM

    The high cost of meintaining the site
    like high electricity bills, very high government taxes, building
    rentals, theft and robberies, all the scams that happened in Intel
    which can be blamed to some employees, are the tings that drove the

  19. nie wrote on April 3, 2008 @ 03:53PM

    Yes, the plant will be closing down 6-9 months from now from what I have heard from those who decided to stay behind.

    Not sure though if the production will be going to China or Vietnam. The Intel factory in Vietnam is much bigger.

    The high taxes is not just the unbearable part but the other employees who abused the management and company, stealing microprocessors and selling them to the black market. Oh and yeah, electricity is not only causing them lot (being expensive and all) but causing them lost production time due to fluctuations.

  20. fuc wrote on April 3, 2008 @ 04:37PM

    the employees who cried had too many loans or debts. they had to pay for it before they are laid off by subtracting their debts from their separation pays.

  21. Eugene wrote on April 3, 2008 @ 05:28PM

    Wow. This recent news about Intel Cavite closing down is quite disturbing. After 34 years, Intel is leaving the Philippines? The comments also highlight some infrastructure and bureaucratic problems the Philippines needs to fix to maintain our country as an investment site.

    I blogged about this development at my main blog (not here).

  22. sun wrote on April 3, 2008 @ 08:57PM

    @pepot. You’re statement is so very wrong.

  23. sun wrote on April 3, 2008 @ 08:59PM

    So stupid, “your” statement is so very wrong.

  24. fer wrote on April 3, 2008 @ 09:27PM

    The management cited “infrastructure problems” in terms of building foundations showing signs of degradation. but one could not help speculate that the site had had enough of the high government taxes, high cost of electricity, etc. when these can be found cheapest at places like vietnam and china.

  25. alc wrote on April 3, 2008 @ 10:11PM

    It’s not so much the theft of microprocessors, or the scams made by previous managers that drove the site away. It’s the unfriendly government policies made by the present and earlier governments that is affecting Intel’s business in this country. Former President Ramos’ overly priced contracts with power-producing firms is what’s hurting foreign companies in this country. We’re paying more money for power that is cheaper in sites like Vietnam and China.

  26. cramps wrote on April 4, 2008 @ 10:22AM

    yeah too many people cried. a lot of them got too emotional. too bad the upper management could not do anything about it because they are not in the “right position” to do so. the lobby of the chipset/cpu building was painted orange (numonyx’s official trademark color) already, the same time numonyx celebrated their official day1. hmm.. we do not want to entertain the idea, but why orange?

  27. Rbx wrote on April 4, 2008 @ 03:36PM

    I heard jollibee is taking over

    On a serious note, yes I could say this is a very sad news indeed. Many speculations have been circling around but I think if the building structure thing is indeed just a cover-up, the main driver for the closure could be cost and efficiency. Intel released a direction before of going for bigger factories, and when it said “Big”, they meant really big. And this is on the consideration of efficiency, lean manufacturing perse. I heard the vietnam plant would be employing around 9k heads when it opens, just imagine.

  28. hoo wrote on April 4, 2008 @ 04:56PM

    It would be hard and costly to transfer to another building with all the machinery and tools. I think building transfer would be hard. Significant amounts of time, labor and money are needed to do this. And to do this in just about 6 or 9 months? It’s practically impossible.

  29. Zaxxxon wrote on April 5, 2008 @ 12:51AM

    On top of the costly operations,scams, thefts and all that, it’s just a fact that we cannot just compete head to head with these communist coutries (Vietnam/China). their govts are offering insane deals that if we offer the same, our opposition senators will be up and arms and accuse the present govt of selling our country. (All they want is to bring down the govt and our country IMHO.) I bet the wages there are a lot cheaper too. What can you expect from those country where people are not allowed to voice out their labor concerns. I’m not even sure if they have labor laws. Bottom line is our friends/families from intel will need to face a bitter reality that they are going out the door and wonder what their future will be. It’s hard after 10+ years of being there. It’s just full uncertainly. I can only imagine. I just hope our govt will seriously do something about this. they should do everything to retain intel. we like to think we are a tech country like India. so we better not even think of replacing intel with sweatshops. PLEASE MRS PRESIDENT GMA! HELP OUR FAMILY FROM INTEL. Sorry for the long email. This announcement pains me as well. I have a bro who currently works there all his professional life.

  30. Bono wrote on April 5, 2008 @ 05:29AM

    @ Rbx

    natawa ako dun! pero diba dapat McDo??? benta na lang nila ke Henry Sy yung planta since! mukha naman syang mall! at since jan na man tayong mga pinoy magaling sa pagtatayo nang mga malls hehehe

    but on a serious note…its indeed sad to hear about this news…me to Intel was my home for 9 years…i was part of the startup team nung putik putik pa yang daanan jan papuntang CV1 at puro alikabok pa…time flies indeed…tapos mababalitaan ko na lang isasara na pala nila! tsk tsk…i’m hit with a profound sadness hearing this news…

  31. natzky wrote on April 5, 2008 @ 08:49PM

    After spending my 9+ years there (mukhang maraming 1057 dito ah ) It really saddens me a lot. A lot of my friends are still there, dami nga daw nag labasan ng prod floor when the announcement was made. Intel Philippines delivered through coup de etat, volcanoes, earthquakes, super typhoon (hehe trapped there during milenyo)transport strikes and what have you. But as all good things someday it will come to an end. Ang laking impact neto sa mga foreign investors kapag umalis ang intel sa pinas. Marquee brand yan kung nasan sila there surely is growth. But having a pullout will not only affect its employees but the whole business climate in the philippines as well. kaya the govt should take a closer look at this

  32. Butenga wrote on April 8, 2008 @ 03:14PM

    tapos na maliligayang araw nyo intellites

  33. Shuhung wrote on April 8, 2008 @ 04:11PM

    Karamihan kasi sa mga Pilipino, marereklamo, mayayabang. Makikita rin yan sa ibang (hindi naman lahat) empleyado ng Intel. Sa cafeteria, sinisigawan nila yung mga service crew kapag umoorder sila o kaya kapag hindi nila gusto yung ulam. Nasa jeep pa lang at wala pa sa Intel, nakasabit na kaagad yung ID, akala mo mawawala sila… proud na proud sa ID nila. Kung manlait ng ibang tao, ganun na lang, kinikilatis pati hitsura. Pare-pareho lang naman silang mga emplyedo ng Intel. Lahat may karapatan na magtrabaho at hindi laitin ng ganun na lang. Ngayon, matatauhan na yung mga mayayabang na yun. Buti nga sa inyo.

  34. Gerald M wrote on April 8, 2008 @ 05:44PM

    @pepot, your statement is wrong…
    @fer, i agree with you. The question is that why management did not pre-empt the infrastructure problem before building the site. It’s kinda weird, its like a poor planning.

  35. guile wrote on April 9, 2008 @ 03:29PM

    it’s simple… intel has had enough of the high taxes, high power rates, theft and corruption here in the philippines.

    BUT they still want to make a graceful exit. no company wants to leave with a spat with the government —- they don’t need that bad publicity. so they have to find a plausible excuse —- and they found one: cracks in the building.

    poor planning? from our part…it looks like it…

    but they don’t care what we say, do they? from their part (intel management) they have a valid excuse to shut down —- no matter how stupid it is. in the end (which is really the point), they have unloaded a plant which is no longer viable to operate. they get what they want. and besides, this has been in the plans for so many years, so i don’t think it was poor planning. i think it’s a perfect plan.

  36. Gerald M wrote on April 9, 2008 @ 09:19PM

    Well if you’re on the management perspective to close down the site (if it really is) then it really seems a perfect plan.

    But I kinda believe on their reason of infrastructure problem as it is justified on the several pole support additions inside the manufacturing being one of the main drive to close CV. And I also believed we’ve been doing great this past few years with several monitoring controls implemented for “theft”.

    On the other hand, I do agree on the undeniable high power costs and the current image of our economy that’s affecting the top management’s decision to continue business in the Philippines.

  37. Lolo Jose wrote on April 10, 2008 @ 05:55PM

    All this boils down to former President Ramos’ drive to secure questionable IPP (Independent Power Producers) contracts which paved the way for an oversupply of electricity and, thus, very high power rates. Not only that, President Arroyo added to the burden of the Filipinos, while being indebted to Ramos, by carrying out Ramos’ unfinished business with the IPPs.

    The link:

  38. leebogsters wrote on April 11, 2008 @ 10:27AM

    silverchair, can i have your email i just have some queries about intel… thanks

  39. SBL Failure wrote on April 12, 2008 @ 04:42PM

    Natawa naman ako dun sa nagkwento tungkol sa mga umiyak na employees. Akala ko pa naman, naiyak sila dahil sa sentimental value about closing Intel Cavite. Yun pala eh naiyak sila dahil malaki pa ang hindi nila nababayaran sa loans nila, hehe.

    Well, masakit nga naman talaga pag ganyan na biglang mapu-pwersa kang bayaran kaagad yung loan mo sa Intel. Hindi mo rin ma-e-enjoy yung separation package mo. Napunta lang sa pambayad ng utang.

    Isipin mo nga naman, mukhang naging masuwerte pa yung mga na-absorb sa Numonyx, kung job-security ang pag-uusapan. Atleast hindi sila nawalan ng trabaho.

    I’m also a former Intel employee in Cavite. Nung time ko, just some years ago, uso yung mga nakawan ng Pentium processor sa linya. You mean to say na hanggang ngayon eh may nagnanakaw pa rin???? Akala ko na-solve na yang kaso na yan. Patuloy pa rin pala. Tsk! Tsk!

    Anyway, yung mga aalis na sa Intel, ma-mi-miss nyo tiyak yung working environment. Pag nagtrabaho na kayo sa ibang kumpanya, bihira yung nag-o-offer ng telecommuting. Bihira din yung mga Open Door Policy. Wala na yang mga ergo-ergo chair na yan. Fiberglass na lang upuan nyo sa opisina hehe. Iba talaga ang culture sa Intel. Pampered pagdating sa Work-Life Balance. Ang masaklap lang sa Intel eh yung tungkol sa mga Focal. Marami talagang umiiyak na empleyado dyan. Source kasi ng intriga yung mga pag-determine ng Slower Than Peers at nung mga Outstanding. Dapat nandun ka sa mga “maingay” na projects para mataas ang Focal mo. Hehe.

    Lastly, I’m sure most of the sadness related to the closing of Intel Cavite, is related to sentimental value. There will always be comparable employment opportunities outside Intel. Atleast marami dyan ang magiging instant millionaires dahil sa employee package. Wag lang kayong magpapa-biktima sa mga pyramid scams.

    There is life outside Intel. I can attest to that. Isipin mo na lang, hindi mo na kailangang mag-biyahe sa Shuttle bus araw-araw.

  40. SBL Failure wrote on April 12, 2008 @ 05:10PM

    My replies to the other posts:

    Kulay orange na yung lobby? Maybe a premonition that they will sell CV1 it to Numonyx for office space.

    I also believe that the “infrastructure/building safety” ruse is just an alibi. Sa dami ng tinayong building ng Intel around the world, this is the first time they built an “inferior” building. At ang galing ng timing ha, na-discover nila yung building “faults” kung kailan nag-da-downsize sila ng operations. I think that “beam support” they put up inside the production area is just part of the “special effects” budget to make the alibi more convincing. The bottomline still remains that they plan to close the plant.

    Matindi galit mo sa Intel ah. Mukhang na-IR ka yata. Hehe. I think the behaviour of certain employees you were mad about, have nothing to do with Intel. May mga tao kasing may topak talaga, nagkataon lang siguro na taga-Intel yun. Wala namang kinalaman yung Intel sa ugali nya.

    Yes. Matagal nang rumor yan na Intel will exit the Philippines. Nakaka-gimbal lang talaga when the rumor finally becomes official.

  41. digi wrote on April 14, 2008 @ 12:55AM

    akala siguro ng ibang employees ng intel wala na katapusan .tanggal ang yabang ng ibang employees ng intel……

  42. kulafu wrote on April 14, 2008 @ 10:50AM

    to digi (or shukung watever) bakit ba super galit na galit sa sa mga intellites? di ka ba na hire before sa intel kaya ganyan na lang galit mo? kung may na encounter ka na mayabang (isa or dalawa) please wag mo lahatin noh….
    siguro ex mo taga intel tapos pinagpalit ka nya sa isang taga intel din wag pikon pre… ganyan talaga buhay malas lang, may nasusulot may nanunulot.. move on pre… tsk tsk tsk eto tissue pamunas sa luha mo….

  43. butenga wrote on April 14, 2008 @ 10:46PM

    Yahoo tataas ang unemployment rate, dadami ang lilipat na mga bata sa public school, dadami ang pasyente sa government hospital, dadami ang magtatayo ng computer shop, mababawasan ang laman ng SM at Robinson, tataas ang nag-aabroad, marami ng magsisipag-uwian sa kanya-kanyang probinsya at mababawasan ang mga reklamador sa mundo.

    Ang hirap maghintay ng 9 months, by december wala kang ng trabaho at malamang sa January magkita-kita kayo ng mga kasamahan mo at ka-competition mo pa sa posisyon ng inaaplyan mo. Welcome to the real World, stepping outside of your comfort zone and starting all over again if you are lucky above minimum wage.

  44. guile wrote on April 15, 2008 @ 04:50PM

    @kulafu, nice one!

  45. crinklynose wrote on April 16, 2008 @ 09:58AM

    nakakalungkot naman tong news na to. intel cv is where i started from. oh maaan, kawawa naman yung mga families ng mga employees. unless they have some good separation packages for them. dang….

  46. chzec wrote on April 16, 2008 @ 03:27PM

    thats lyf…hanap n lng tayo iba….

  47. kulafu wrote on April 16, 2008 @ 05:48PM

    butenga… tsk tsk tsk

    kawawa ka naman

  48. amraam wrote on April 17, 2008 @ 11:34AM

    hahaha… baka yang si butenga eh kagaya ni shukung. siguro may boyfriend yan na kasabay na na-hire sa intel. tapos nung nandito na boyfriend nya eh ipinagpalit sya sa isang babae… kaya ang laki ng galit sa mga taga-intel… hahaha!

    tama ba, mr. butenga?

  49. yne wrote on April 17, 2008 @ 05:10PM

    hey,,, intel is closing its plant in cavite right..
    im just wondering how about they scrap material..
    we want to join if there is bidding in thier materials..

  50. butenga wrote on April 17, 2008 @ 11:43PM

    Coop, salary loan sa SSS, salary loan ulit sa Pag-ibig, may calamity loan din sa SSS at 15 yrs pa ang 40 sqm na Raw House.

    Tama ka amraam, pero teka .. di ko maintindihan ung post mo.

  51. Shukung wrote on April 19, 2008 @ 10:01AM

    Kailangan ng Pilipinas ang isang diktador. Yung kokontrol sa Pilipino at pupwersahin siyang maging disiplinado. Hindi ko sinasabing ibalik ang kagaya ni Marcos. Kailangan nating yung gagabay sa mga Pilipino at may karisma na sundin siya. Kailangan din ng mga Pilipino na huwag maging masyadong reklamador. Gawin natin ang nararapat kapag ito ay matuwid at saka magreklamo kapag may mali. Isipan natin pansamantala si Lee Kuan Yew ng Singapore. Yun ang kailangan natin para umunlad ang Pilipinas.

  52. SBL_Failure wrote on April 20, 2008 @ 02:25AM


    Ayus ah, hindi pa nagsasara ang Intel, nakapila ka na sa mga scrap materials. Kung baga, hindi pa natitigok eh naka-abang na ang mga puneraria. Hehe.

  53. egoy wrote on April 24, 2008 @ 10:19PM

    This is really a sad news…kahit na di ako taga intel ramdam ko ang lungkot ng kapwa ko nasa I.T. industry.. sana wala na sumunod…

  54. secret wrote on April 27, 2008 @ 09:08PM

    after the announcement of course other employee is shock & others naman ok lang kc ready na cl.i know job is very important but we have to face the reality this is it were hoping good package for the employee for starting their new life after intel. intel thank u so much i spend 11yrs in this company i miss you all goodluck to us reminders when you spend your money think many times ok!!god bless to all!!!

  55. ella wrote on May 1, 2008 @ 02:34AM

    sad to say, kawawa ang ibang employees na decent at di mayayabang…
    sa totoo lang , madami kasing mayabang sa intel eh, kala mo porket intel ang galing galing na.I am a married girl at asawa ng dating taga intel, and sad to say pinagpalit lang naman ako ng asawa ko sa taga intel din.
    Wala na asawa ko sa intel, kasi ipinagbili na ang site nya, yung girl, ayun, makapal ang mukha na sinisiraan pa ko sa asawa ko (nasira tuloy ang tingin ko sa inyo, mang-aagaw pala kau..sorry to say this…)

    What goes around comes around…it’s called KARMA baby and it goes around!

  56. Budoy and Buday wrote on May 7, 2008 @ 04:09AM

    salamat sa intel kahit papanu nakatulong sa ating career development at may naitustos tayo sa pangangailangan natin.

    for me it is a business move, kung kaya sila umalis sa ating bansa,

  57. arlene wrote on May 12, 2008 @ 12:57PM

    this is really a sad news.i almost got hired in intel way back 2000.but changed my mind i stick with my job in a semicon firm also.
    anyway,thats a management decision so i hope all the employees will look at the brighter/positive side of this.
    God bless u all

  58. kikong matsing wrote on May 16, 2008 @ 05:18PM

    Arlene… sayang! kung tinanggap mo offer ng intel, meron ka na sanang 300,000 after months

  59. dating mte wrote on May 22, 2008 @ 12:49AM

    FUCK ED HERRERA! Nung dumating ka sa CV dyan nagsimula ang gulo!

    pwede na mag apply sa singapore after closure! hehe! yung mga instant millionaire dyan ingat ingat lang lalo na kila digi at shuhung! hehe

  60. joker4667 wrote on June 7, 2008 @ 12:23AM

    used to be with intel a few years back and i miss the company kahit papano. i had the coolest barkada, the best. kaso depende din sa job designation at sa product/module kung san ka naka-assign kung talagang enjoyable ang trabaho. ikaw na ang mag-explain everyday sa yield meeting, hehe, at mapagalitan ng expat na boss dahil di maabot ang target. sa ibang nag-post, di naman lahat ng tao sa intel ay mayabang, sige proud lang kasi they are working for one of the best employers there is. never ako nakakita ng may sinisigawan sa cafeteria or nagreklamo sa food. madami namang choices ng kakainin, in fairness. anyway, siguro naman e ok din yung package na binigay nila. lalo na dun sa matagal na sa company at madaming stocks, hehe.

  61. hurray wrote on June 7, 2008 @ 04:13PM

    haaay salamat naman! cguro this time ung mga mayayabang na galing INTEL matigil na ang kayabangan, INUTIL na kasi, ung iba dyan kung umasta kala mo mga stockholder ng INTEL. if i were you, leave the past behind, work hard, find another job. Your children needs you, your brothers & sisters needs you. haay pano na pang tuition fee ng anak mo na nag aaral noon sa private school at mga kapatid mo na tambay na hanggang ngayon ay umaasa pa rin sau, INTEL ka kasi eh. God bless nalang sa pag apply ng job, wish ko lang makakuha kau agad ng work.

  62. Dakuikoi wrote on June 10, 2008 @ 05:04PM

    napakalaking dagok nito sa ekonomiya ng pilipinas.
    para sa isang napakalaking kompanya kagaya ng intel, ang pag-alis nito sa bansa ay malamang na makapagdulot ng pagda-dalawang isip ng iba pang kompanya na mamuhunan at mag-tayo ng kani-kanilang negosyo dito sa atin.
    mabuti na lamang at may pag-asa pa ring natatanaw matapos mag-tayo ang ti ng humigit-kumulang 1 bilyong dolyar na planta sa clark.
    kahit papaano mababawasan ang epekto ng pagsasara o paghina ng operasyon ng intel.

  63. Butenga wrote on July 2, 2008 @ 12:38AM

    Well isa sa mga bubuwit ang nakapagtsismis sa akin na lilipat ang intel ng site, probably sa laguna. As per there computation, giving all remaining employees there big fat separation pay is one hell of money.
    There strategy is to minimize numbers of employees who will get a big benefits by staying a little bit longer but making some annoying rules so employees will decided to leave.
    Kawawa mga taga-intel CV hindeh makapag-resign kasi hoping sa package, tatakbo lang ang panahon pero magsasara rin naman. average age of employee there are Mid-30s ewan if may mahanap pa kayong work if mag-40 na kayo.

  64. MerOM_ICH wrote on July 18, 2008 @ 04:02PM

    pity those people who feels so happy in a situation where their fellows are so low, it only shows you are so “mababaw” being happy grief of others… even coming up with NICK inspired by a person from Intel na super pinaglaban nya ung mga PinoY. Yes we are wear are IDs even sa Jeep pa lang, not just because we are PROUD but because we act ahead and follow instructions with our heart. from the gate alam mo na hahangarin ang wlang ID, so why wait reach the gate to wear it? since u are just sitting in the jeep, u will be less idle kc u did something a head.. such pity for you, ang level of analysis mo is very shallow.

    during the announcement people were very emotional, not because of unpaid loans (this comes third think, well who wont?), but because a lot of people from INTEL have given so much passion and Time sa company, they are so attached to it.
    and do you know what’s second? it’s the feeling of losing the connection between Intel and our country.

    for those who really care to their fellow employees (whether from other company), things are turning pretty good in Intel, their is 90% chance that Intel will stay here in Philippines and relocating in Laguna.

    for those who says that INTEL PEOPLE are mayayabang, blahblah.. i’ll stay hushed.
    WaLa pong Nagagawang maganda ang Insecurities sa atin.

  65. butenga wrote on July 24, 2008 @ 05:27PM

    MerOM ICH,

    Nahilo ako sa ingles mo. Anu ung “this comes Third think..”? Ibig bang sabihin, nung nag-announce una mong naisip ay ung “time and passion” tapos pangalawa ung “losing connection between intel and our country” tapos pangatlo lang ung loan? Ganun ba un?

    Anu ung “feeling losing connection between intel at country”? Kahit nandyan o wala ang intel at kahit sampung intel pa ang nandito sa country mo, wala pa din mangyayari sa country natin anu.

    Ewan if tama ung grammar mo pero ang babaw naman ng dahilan mo bakit nagsabit ka agad ng ID mo sa Jeep since “you act ahead and follow instructions with our heart”, anu un!! tapos may karugtong pang “u will be less idle kc u did something a head ..”. Hahaha hindeh “a head” kundi “ahead”.

    Papanu ba naman di mapagsasabihang mayayabang mga taga-intel eh good example ka nga, pwede namang magtagalog eh pilit pa din nagpapaka-CONO.

    My english is fluenter and not that shallower than your’s hahaha. Babbooossh tinatawag na ako ng operator namin at marami ng bin15.

  66. camote wrote on August 27, 2008 @ 02:54PM

    kung hindi dahil sa intel wala kami dito ngayun sa canada…hehehe goodluck na lang sa mga susunod na aalisin ahihihihi

  67. check wrote on October 1, 2008 @ 05:13AM

    tsugihan na………… life

  68. Intel FM5 wrote on October 8, 2008 @ 05:04PM

    Philippines is HOPELESS! Education is fastly deteriorating and people can’t even speak fluent english anymore specially people from the government. They’re all pathetic! Your government doesn’t give a sh#t. People should realize and start voting for the right people who will govern instead of robbing the people of their tax money.

  69. not over with intel wrote on October 15, 2008 @ 02:24AM

    I LOVE INTEL!!!!!!!1

  70. not over with intel wrote on October 15, 2008 @ 05:45AM

    Sa mga nagsasabi na mayabang mga taga intel,

    Well, you just cant help if you belong to this great company.. hehe.. pero seriously, sa lahat naman ng company may mayabang. Kaya lang siguro nagsusuot ng ID yung iba kahit nasa jeep pa lang ay para pagbaba nila ay nakasuot na di yug habang naglalakad dun pa sila maghahalingkat sa bag para suotin.. simple. At bawal manigaw ng empleyado sa Intel kahit pa security guard, Clean city or yung sa canteen. At about sa pagiging mareklamo ng taga Intel, it’s because we were trained to be that way, in a way, yung tipo pag may prob o concern dapat i-raise agad.. isa yan sa magandang culture ng intel. Yung ibang empleyado nag oovereact but atleast its good for them, kahit minsan sa buhay nila habang nasa intel pakiramdam mo parang manager ka.. hehe.. basta iba yung pakiramdam.. I think im not making sense anymore.. (alam ko may magkicritic ng post ko).. pero its what I feel right now.. medyo emotional na ako.. I’ve been with Intel for 10years. Naseperate ako last Sept30, 2007 pa but until now………………

  71. not over with intel wrote on October 15, 2008 @ 05:49AM

    …… EVERY SINGLE DAY.. di pa rin ako makapaniwala na wala na ako sa intel at nalulungkot pa rin ako. Ok naman work ko ngayon. Mas malaki pa nga sweldo ko compared nung nasa Intel pa ako.. pero iba ang Intel.. It’s like your Home Sweet Home. At yung mga kasamahan mo.. parang mga kapatid mo na… hhhhhaaaaaaaayyyyyyyy.. if we could just turn back time…

  72. Tarugo wrote on October 19, 2008 @ 07:53AM

    Ano na bagong update sa Intel CV? Lilipat na ba talaga sa Laguna or what? Chipsets na lang maiiwan, tama ba? Sino-sino na lang ba natitira dyan? I’m sure marami ng sumibat dyan, lalo na sa IT Department?

  73. jessa wrote on October 21, 2008 @ 04:48PM

    para po sa lhat na ngsasabi ng kawawa naman ang mga tga intel dhil mawawalan ng trabaho, that’s not true!!! napakaganda ng package na binigay ng intel sa mga affected employees and most of them really want na mkasama sa 1st batch bec. meron ng nghihintay sa kanila na mgandang opportunity outside intel. ung iba nga na naiwan gusto na rin na mapasama sa matatanggal. ska ung sinasabi nyong umiiiyak dahil sa dami ng utang meron cgurong ganon pero d karamihan, ska sa dmi ng binigay sa aming intel now e cguro nman mababayadan na un, ikaw ba nman ang bgyan ng $1500 every quarter. umiyak kami kasi we love intel so much at syempre sobra mamimiss nmin ang mga friends nmin don. ska d nman lhat ng tga intel mayayabang, d talaga mawawala un pero wag nyong lhatin, kung dhil lng sa pagsasabit ng id nayayabangan na kau??? cguro ung mga ngsasabi ng bad things about intellites ung mga nastugi sa intel dahil sa bad records, maybe bec. of theft or bad attendance, etc… karaniwan kc ng marereklamo e ung mga bad performer kaya lagi silang bitter… kau ang nkakaawa kasi napaka bitter nyo, wg masyado kakain ng ampalaya ng sumaya nman ang buhay nyo!!!!

  74. chikchik wrote on November 6, 2008 @ 12:25PM

    Let’s be hopeful that Intel, the processor side will not totally move out but transfer to another area which is in Laguna by next year.

    So sad that the “nakawan” is still rampant and I don’t know why the management can’t get the culprits whereinfact many cameras are installed in the production area. Maybe the security group is involved on the activity???
    I heard that the management offered resignation to some suspects but then the security group was not replaced; may saysay ba na yung security di pinalitan??? Makati days pa lang rampant na nakawan like parts, tools, testers and nakakalagpas sa mga security guards which were impossible na di makita… That is the main reason and there are already buyers of processors even if there’s no Intel mark or logo yet…. Tsk! Tsk! And even if concerned employees wanted to report the nakawan the question is to whom??? They don’t know who are the mafia members and who are not!!! This is a major blow to the government and sadly, to those employees who are working so hard and diligently… and Karma to those culprits.

  75. goddessofwisdom wrote on November 26, 2008 @ 12:36AM

    For the record: Intel continues the journey in the Philippines, in Laguna to be exact..
    Despite of the misleading speculations and bad mouth of few individuals who have nothing to show the world, the employees have remained resilient, strong and performers amidst the challenges and the changes. It is a blessing that the company has committed to stay and still invest in the Phils- the country of the cream of the crop. It’s true, some people must go, but they would be rich not only because of the enhanced package but also owing to the knowledge, experience and values learned from one of the best companies in the globe.

    Let’s not be one of the talangkas who keep pulling down each other and happy with other’s failure.If Filipinos are known for the reverence to the concept of family: we should be helping each other out, the tough should be empowering the weak, and those at the top should lift up the down and the lowly; towards the realization of a common end.

  76. cramps wrote on December 16, 2008 @ 05:00AM

    Intel will be transferring to Laguna but only the chipset group will be included. A lot of microP engineers have already left or are scheduled with their LDO on Dec 30. So sad.. but that’s the way it goes. Numonyx on the other hand is so so. No increase for employees! boo!! What about all the hardwork you did? Thank you lang? come on!

  77. Anonymous wrote on December 21, 2008 @ 05:47AM

    Marami na ring ayaw magpaiwan sa intel. Gusto na ng marami na mapasama sa Phase 2. May mga operator and techs na nasa chipsets na ngayon na nagrereklamo na dahil hirap na hirap na sa pagtayo sa buong shift nila. Ayaw bigyan ng solusyon ng mga managers nila samantalang malinaw na ergo issue yun. Mahirap na talaga ang palakad ngayon especially under the SJF system where all ops and tech functions are consolidated and shared by all mfg. personnel. In short, madadagdagan ng functions ang techs at operators. Hindi ba kapag nadadagdagan ka ng functions, you should be promoted and should get a salary raise? Pero dito sa SJF, hindi ka na nga promoted, nadagdagan ka pa ng functions na wala sa job description mo, wala ka pang salary increase!

  78. bulate wrote on December 21, 2008 @ 12:08PM

    ako ay isang contractor lang sa intel. sa nakikita ko, totoo ang sinabi ng ibang mga taga-roon. may mga empleyado ngang mayayabang at kung umasta ay ganoon na lang. akala mo ay pag-aari nila ang building dahil sa kung makahalakhak at makasigaw ay pagkalalakas at parang nasa bahay lang. may mga empleyadong kung makapanlait sa kapwa ay ganoon na lang na sukat alipustain ang katauhan ng kanilang kapwa manggagawa. siguro ay sapat na ang nangyari sa kanila ngayon at may kinalagyan na rin sila. buti nga.

  79. Tutule wrote on December 23, 2008 @ 04:33AM

    MerOM ICH,

    Nakakahilo ang English mo. Heheheheee. So Barok and Carabao. Pinag-merge mo ba ang mga ito? Huwag mo na kasing pilitin. Hihihihihihihihihihihihihihihi….

    Ang hindi raw magmahal sa sariling wika
    ay higit pa ang amoy
    sa mabahong isda.

    Banal na aso, santong kabayo….

    Natatawa ako… hihihi.

  80. cramps wrote on January 24, 2009 @ 04:51AM

    have you guys heard the news about intel? what are your thoughts about this?

  81. marijo wrote on January 24, 2009 @ 05:34AM

    It’s finally over… kakalungkot history na lang ang Intel sa Pilipinas, pano ko ikukwento sa mga apo ko na ako ay nag trabaho sa Intel, sabagay me mga computers naman…:-D nga pala, Former Intellites join na lang kau sa INTEL PHILIPPINES COMMUNITY.NING.COM, Kita kits…

  82. goddessofisdom wrote on January 24, 2009 @ 05:36AM

    oh crap… crab mentality again…. dnt u just wish sumthin good for others since u are part of this country and any untoward shutdown will definitely have a detrimental effect on us as a whole.. u think u are clever wen u talk back or pull each other down, it just shows u have no life, watsoever…

    y company coul;d have employees who may have indifferences but this does not speak for the organization itself… i am still thankful for 35 years of its stay that has employed thousand employees, helped the community and the nation as well thru its social awareness/educational program, has enhanced skills and career advancement and above all, has alleviated the living and standards of semicon industry in the phils..

    the shutdown has a great impact to 60,000 IT employees… so now, are u hapi then?

  83. Josh wrote on January 25, 2009 @ 02:55AM

    It is very sad. Expect an increase with the unemployment rate in our country. I don’t know what will happen to us if other companies will also be shutting down their operations here.

  84. Karl wrote on January 29, 2009 @ 04:16AM

    Hello. I am Karl, a reporter for Bloomberg in the Philippines. I was hoping to get to talk to some employees from Intel in Cavite.

    We are doing a feature story and we would like to see how Intel has helped the community in Cavite.

    Please contact me at +639177141725. I would appreciate hearing from some of you.

  85. Joven jaro wrote on February 22, 2009 @ 05:24PM

    So why intel is getting close. Is there somethng wrng in cavite?

  86. ace wrote on April 13, 2009 @ 02:51AM

    mayayabang man ang mga taga intel ay dahil sa binigay din ng intel na training sa kanila. ang open door policy ng intel ay isang bagay na nagbibigay laya para sa lahat ng empleyado ipahag ang kanilang sinaloloob na walang takot masibak o anuman parusa.

    sa mga nagsasabi na parang mga stock holder ang mag intellites tama ka dyan kasi meron silang stock option na bawat empleyado any may pinanghahwakan stock shares.

    proud to be an intellite…

  87. 1056 wrote on July 15, 2009 @ 06:01PM

    To all Intellites :

    we belong to the same family!!! we were trained to achieved to our outmost was downloaded to us remember at intel attending the filipino value course.its sad to hear that we are losing intel phils.for good but just remember that intel trained us to be those questioning individual intel employees character we are not perfect like they are.the only difference we have from them we where given the opportunity to be a part of what is great INTEL!!! remember at MN2 staircase risk taking poster that what makes us great we tried to be different and always thinks out of the box.there is no distinction between manufacturing and management at INTeL we are all sad to hear intel will go away for good but at least the legacy that was imprinted by intel to us will live long enough where we can be proud to tell our grandchildren we where intel once & that was great!!!!

    10th Monutain division
    2B Taskforce Phoenix
    Kabul Afghanistan

  88. emelda agub wrote on October 22, 2009 @ 01:40PM

    good day,I wasnt an employee of intel I applied in intel way back 1997 too bad naunang tumawag skin ang casio philippines locate in FCIE,but my concern now is I am highy interseted to apply and hoping to work with numonyx,anyway I am a former employee of casio and ASE Phil. both in FCIE located.I can do soldering,final visual inspection and other machine operations,to mam glenda u r refered to me by my sister weng, pls.txt me as soon as u have opening as operator.this is my mobile no.09292723757 & 09262102911 or email me to my and hoping to hear from u…

  89. Gemma wrote on October 28, 2009 @ 12:47AM

    Hay naku ganyan talaga ang lyf, weather2 lang…

  90. LococinQ wrote on January 4, 2010 @ 01:53AM

    Kumusta mga Ex-Intellites? Numonyx employee here, Ok pa naman ang CV1 building hinihintay namin kung ano ang gagawin ng Intel sa building. Yung CIGI building demolished na. Hiwalay na ng infrastructure ang CV2 sa CV1. Sarado na ang Gate1 kaya kung pupunta kayo para dumalaw ay sa Gate 2 na kayo dumaan. Sarado na rin yung Rec Hall hindi ipinapagamit sa amin. Napupuno naman namin ng kotse ang malaking parking lot ngayon. Same benefits nga pala except wala kami ng bonuses na Intel-like pero mas ok ang one time bonus namin up to 2.5x ng bonus target per employee. Hiring pa din kami masaya kasi dahil may Assembly na ulit at mahusay ang new product developments talagang pukpukan sa activities! Apply na ulit kayo kung wala pa kayong job madami ng ex-intel ang nakabalik at makakabalik!

  91. jhanet sy wrote on January 15, 2010 @ 11:34AM

    @ not over with intel…

    correct me if im wrong, but all the intel employees that i’ve encountered were all mayabang.Im a nurse and everytime n me intel employee kaming pasyente were pissed off, kc its not how you were taught to raise an issue of concern right away, but its how to express it in the right way and in the proper manner.. sorry for my word but its like, parang mga simpleng factory worker lng n nbigyan ng benefits ng company akala mo eh kung sino nang mayaman umasta, sbi nga khit balutan k ng ginto pag stupido k, it shows…I remember an encounter with one of your stupid coworkers magmaganda ba nman magdemand n she wants the consultant right away, and no matter how we explain to her that doctors doesnt have definite time when doing their rounds, instead e magmaldita b nman n aitin kmi eh mukha syang katulong, at sbihin bng cardholder cla from intel at dpat priority cla…Wow as if she owns intel…ayun ng dumating ang consultant sinbi nmin pinahssbi nya, and she got a dose of her own medicine..Sbi ni doc s kanya, misis hwag k magdemand n kaagad agad ako dumting dhil gusto mo at dhil cardholder k, kung tutuusin kakarampot lng binabayad ng card m dhil package lng ng company yan, kung di mo naiintindihan ang ptakaran ng ospital n me resident doctors n titingin hbang wala p ang consultant, eh maghanap k n ng ibng ospital…. hahaha kaya pag me intel employee kming pasyente twag nmin eh ayan n nman ang mga katuong….
    at our co worker wife b4 works for intel at pinagmalaki png ninanakaw ng mga employee ang chips tinatapon over the fence at binebenta kung di ginagmit for self consumption…

  92. goddessofwisdom wrote on January 31, 2010 @ 04:14PM

    maybe that was an isolated case, we can’t really generalize….

    intel was not only a home of skilled factory workers you are referring to but also of superb professionals.

    goodluck to the ex-intellites. i know u already have moved on and started new beginning. so with that, i hope even non-intellites will also start moving on and change their perspective…..

    Let’s all start a new chapter and make the past a glorious history.

    God Bless the Phils.

  93. betterphils wrote on January 31, 2010 @ 04:16PM

    maybe that was an isolated case, we can’t really generalize….

    intel was not only a home of skilled factory workers you are referring to but also of superb professionals.

    goodluck to the ex-intellites. i know u already have moved on and started new beginning. so with that, i hope even non-intellites will also start moving on and change their perspective…..

    Let’s all start a new chapter and make the past a glorious history.

    God Bless the Phils.

  94. POKER FACE wrote on February 13, 2010 @ 01:01PM




  95. norman wrote on February 15, 2010 @ 10:27AM

    ask ko lng poh kung kylan mga sisimulang mag operate ng mlaki ung numonyx

  96. cristy wrote on February 17, 2010 @ 09:19AM

    Hi, pwede po ba malaman kung sino ung consultant? naghahanap kc kami ng consultant for Change Management Semina. Baka po pwede nyo kami matulungan.

    Thanks in advance..

  97. joshua wrote on March 25, 2010 @ 06:04AM

    hi…ask ko lng poh sa intel kc my mom was an worker there and she wants sna to get her share sa pagibig but the pagibig said that my mom nids an certification of early retirement.ask k lng poh where could my mom get this kind of certification??i hope i culd get positive reply thanks

  98. Me-Ann wrote on April 28, 2010 @ 02:48AM

    hello poh… nabasa ko po yung mga post dito ng mga nagtatrabaho sa intel and other comments pero i think maganda nga sa Intel. i hope someone will reply on this post kasi po incoming 4th year college po ako at naghahanap ng OJT. im looking forward na mag-OJT po sa Intel. IT student po ako and I hope po na sa magandang company ako makapagtrabaho like Intel. Can anyone tell me(lalo n yung mga employees ng Intel) kung paano po ako makakapag-OJT sa Intel? thanks a lot poh! GODBLESS YOU ALL!

  99. jj wrote on July 17, 2010 @ 03:01PM

    just FYI.. after micron buys numonyx, it will close the Numonyx Cavite CV2 plant…. it can not compete in cost with Singapore Micron plant. At the end Cv2 will be closed…

  100. me wrote on July 27, 2010 @ 07:52PM

    numonyx/micron will be closed this coming september 2010….

  101. WTF wrote on August 16, 2010 @ 09:48AM

    WTF! Sinara na ang Intel, isasara pa rin ang Numonyx? Saan na sila pupunta?

  102. not ove with Intel wrote on September 22, 2010 @ 10:33PM

    @ jhanney Sy

    Again, like what I’ve said.. ganun talaga atleast kahit tulad ng sabi mo na mukha silang katulong once in their life naramdaman nila yun. That’s life.. kanya kanyang pananaw yan. I respect yung sinabi mo na lahat ng ex Intel employee ay mayayabang. Well.. Pero lam naman ng lahat na bawat company may mayayabang.. may ok din naman

  103. faith wrote on April 19, 2011 @ 08:20PM

    tama!!!! ang bawat tao may kanya-kanyang character, may mga tao na mayayabang maski saan tayo pumunta may ma-meet tyo na ganyan….

  104. vilma pambid albo wrote on May 9, 2011 @ 07:31PM

    Hi! to all employees of Intel. I was also an ex-intellites 1993-1994 at Bangkal Makati. Nakakalungkot naman ang mga nangyari sa Intel. Konting panahon lang ako sa Intel because I need to practice my profession. I hope to hear my friends again during my stay. I was wandering kung na saan na sila.

  105. Greek Goddess wrote on June 1, 2011 @ 06:11PM

    For Jhanet .oo tama ka sa sinasabi din ako.kahit nga sa department store e.akala mo may dalang milyon.. pero sahod lang naman ang bitbit e wala pa ngang sampung libo ang dala dahil yun lang ang pera nya.hahahah.nag aantay na uli kung kailan magmamayabang na naman uli. tingnan lang natin ngayon na close na intel.close na rin numonyx at micron…anoh ! tuyo at bagoong nalang maipagmalaki…?

  106. Manong_Oldies wrote on September 10, 2011 @ 02:18PM

    The breaking point in their decision comes from the top honchos at their head office in Santa Clara, CA. If you do a search on the internet you will find that the main culprit why they had to consolidate operations is due to the fact that they’ve been losing market share to AMD and also to low power processors like ARM. They’ve also been hit with a couple of lawsuits especially in the EU market where they lost an antitrust case.

    It it’s any consolation to my fellow Pinoys I believe they also closed or scaled down the Malaysian plant. I’m pretty sure they’ll be hiring Pinoy engineers for their initial operations in Vietnam or China just to transfer their processing technology and efficient production methods to the locals just to get them up to speed. After the Pinoys train their engineers they’ll most likely be sent back home eventually. If you guys want some idea about Intel’s business practices and the gripes from their former employees both in the US and their overseas plants go search on google with the keywords fuck Intel

  107. rose wrote on October 20, 2012 @ 09:58PM

    we’re going to transfer at intel building this coming dec. I hope it have a good luck 4 us!!!

  108. paul wrote on December 17, 2012 @ 12:42PM


    numonyk is really a big company. id like to work there. can anyone of you guys tell me its number or any contact person there. thanks a lot

  109. Julakwakkwak wrote on January 10, 2013 @ 01:19PM

    The intel building in Cavite is being occupied by Optis Philippines Inc. Start December 2012. Apply na!

  110. marvin s. wrote on July 29, 2014 @ 09:41PM

    Opti-is a joking company. Malayo sa kalidad ng intel. Lols

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