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    Tech Researcher Justin Lipman interacts with a large monitor array at the Intel facility in Folsom on Friday, March 21, 2014. Intel's Folsom Campus - which sprung up on 235 acres of pasture land off Highway 50 in what was then rural Folsom - is celebrating its' 30th birthday on May 24.The high-tech giant has transformed both the region and the world with its microprocessors, computers, techie culture and innovations.
    Randall Benton | rbenton@sacbee.com
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    Tech Researchers Justin Lipman, left, and John Nguyen work at the Intel facility in Folsom on Friday, March 21, 2014. Intel's Folsom Campus - which sprung up on 235 acres of pasture land off Highway 50 in what was then rural Folsom - is celebrating its' 30th birthday on May 24.The high-tech giant has transformed both the region and the world with its microprocessors, computers, techie culture and innovations.
    Randall Benton | rbenton@sacbee.com
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    Jaron Murray, center, works in the Validation Platform Group's Software Validation Lab at the Intel facility in Folsom on Wednesday, March 26, 2014. Intel's Folsom Campus - which sprung up on 235 acres of pasture land off Highway 50 in what was then rural Folsom - is celebrating its' 30th birthday on May 24.The high-tech giant has transformed both the region and the world with its microprocessors, computers, techie culture and innovations.
    Randall Benton | rbenton@sacbee.com
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    According to Intel, this is the electrical interface used during early product development to control input signals while observing output at the Intel facility in Folsom on Wednesday, March 26, 2014. Intel's Folsom Campus - which sprung up on 235 acres of pasture land off Highway 50 in what was then rural Folsom - is celebrating its' 30th birthday on May 24.The high-tech giant has transformed both the region and the world with its microprocessors, computers, techie culture and innovations.
    Randall Benton | rbenton@sacbee.com
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    An Intel technician examines a monitor displaying a microscopic image of a chip at the Intel facility in Folsom on Wednesday, March 26, 2014. Intel's Folsom Campus - which sprung up on 235 acres of pasture land off Highway 50 in what was then rural Folsom - is celebrating its' 30th birthday on May 24.The high-tech giant has transformed both the region and the world with its microprocessors, computers, techie culture and innovations.
    Randall Benton | rbenton@sacbee.com
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    Silicon de-bug Manager Ken Watrobski stands over a monitor showing the microscopic image of a chip containing 1.4 billion transistors at the Intel facility in Folsom on Wednesday, March 26, 2014. Intel's Folsom Campus - which sprung up on 235 acres of pasture land off Highway 50 in what was then rural Folsom - is celebrating its' 30th birthday on May 24.The high-tech giant has transformed both the region and the world with its microprocessors, computers, techie culture and innovations.
    Randall Benton | rbenton@sacbee.com
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    Intel Graphics Engineers Youngtaek Kim, left, Eric Samson, and Nikos Kaburlasos at the Intel facility in Folsom on Wednesday, March 26, 2014. Intel's Folsom Campus - which sprung up on 235 acres of pasture land off Highway 50 in what was then rural Folsom - is celebrating its' 30th birthday on May 24.The high-tech giant has transformed both the region and the world with its microprocessors, computers, techie culture and innovations.
    Randall Benton | rbenton@sacbee.com
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    Architecture Team Lab Manager Zeljko Miksic, left, and Platform Engineering Group Vice President Eric Mentzer at the Intel facility in Folsom on Wednesday, March 26, 2014. Intel's Folsom Campus - which sprung up on 235 acres of pasture land off Highway 50 in what was then rural Folsom - is celebrating its' 30th birthday on May 24.The high-tech giant has transformed both the region and the world with its microprocessors, computers, techie culture and innovations.
    Randall Benton | rbenton@sacbee.com
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    Stan Baran, left, and Platform Engineering Group Vice President Eric Mentzer explore Intel's 'Real Sense' technology at the Intel facility in Folsom on Wednesday, March 26, 2014. Intel's Folsom Campus - which sprung up on 235 acres of pasture land off Highway 50 in what was then rural Folsom - is celebrating its' 30th birthday on May 24.The high-tech giant has transformed both the region and the world with its microprocessors, computers, techie culture and innovations.
    Randall Benton | rbenton@sacbee.com
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    Luis Gimenez, left, Jeremy Bottleson and Ramiro Garcia explain a tablet device being tested with an augmented reality system installed at the Intel facility in Folsom on Wednesday, March 26, 2014. The system uses a dual lens 3 dimensional camera and can superimpose objects into its field of view. Intel's Folsom Campus - which sprung up on 235 acres of pasture land off Highway 50 in what was then rural Folsom - is celebrating its' 30th birthday on May 24.The high-tech giant has transformed both the region and the world with its microprocessors, computers, techie culture and innovations.
    Randall Benton | rbenton@sacbee.com
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    Jeremy Bottleson examines a tablet device being tested with an augmented reality system installed at the Intel facility in Folsom on Wednesday, March 26, 2014. The system uses a dual lens 3 dimensional camera and can superimpose objects into its field of view. Intel's Folsom Campus - which sprung up on 235 acres of pasture land off Highway 50 in what was then rural Folsom - is celebrating its' 30th birthday on May 24.The high-tech giant has transformed both the region and the world with its microprocessors, computers, techie culture and innovations.
    Randall Benton | rbenton@sacbee.com
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    Validation Platform Group's Software Validation Lab at the Intel facility in Folsom on Wednesday, March 26, 2014. Intel's Folsom Campus - which sprung up on 235 acres of pasture land off Highway 50 in what was then rural Folsom - is celebrating its' 30th birthday on May 24.The high-tech giant has transformed both the region and the world with its microprocessors, computers, techie culture and innovations.
    Randall Benton | rbenton@sacbee.com
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    Barry Gordon manages the Validation Platform Group's Software Validation Lab at the Intel facility in Folsom on Wednesday, March 26, 2014. Here banks of Intel powered devices are tested and monitored simultaneously. Intel's Folsom Campus - which sprung up on 235 acres of pasture land off Highway 50 in what was then rural Folsom - is celebrating its' 30th birthday on May 24.The high-tech giant has transformed both the region and the world with its microprocessors, computers, techie culture and innovations.
    Randall Benton | rbenton@sacbee.com
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    Intel's Platform Engineering Group Vice President Eric Mentzer, left, and Silicon de-bug Manager Ken Watrobski at the Intel facility in Folsom on Wednesday, March 26, 2014. Intel's Folsom Campus - which sprung up on 235 acres of pasture land off Highway 50 in what was then rural Folsom - is celebrating its' 30th birthday on May 24.The high-tech giant has transformed both the region and the world with its microprocessors, computers, techie culture and innovations.
    Randall Benton | rbenton@sacbee.com
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    Intel's Platform Engineering Group Vice President Eric Mentzer, left, listens as Silicon de-bug Manager Ken Watrobski describes the how he isolates a single trnsistor on a chip that contains 1.4 billion microscopic transistors at the Intel facility in Folsom on Wednesday, March 26, 2014. Intel's Folsom Campus - which sprung up on 235 acres of pasture land off Highway 50 in what was then rural Folsom - is celebrating its' 30th birthday on May 24.The high-tech giant has transformed both the region and the world with its microprocessors, computers, techie culture and innovations.
    Randall Benton | rbenton@sacbee.com
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    Silicon de-bug Manager Ken Watrobski holds a diamond device temperature control fixture at the Intel facility in Folsom on Wednesday, March 26, 2014. The device is used while probing any one of the 1.4 billion transistors on a computer chip. This lets technicians observe and validate sub-micron circuit function and performance early in a product's development cycle. Intel's Folsom Campus - which sprung up on 235 acres of pasture land off Highway 50 in what was then rural Folsom - is celebrating its' 30th birthday on May 24.The high-tech giant has transformed both the region and the world with its microprocessors, computers, techie culture and innovations.
    Randall Benton | rbenton@sacbee.com
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    Silicon de-bug Manager Ken Watrobski holds a diamond device temperature control fixture at the Intel facility in Folsom on Wednesday, March 26, 2014. The dark rectangle in the center is made of diamond. The device is used while probing any one of the 1.4 billion transistors on a computer chip. This lets technicians observe and validate sub-micron circuit function and performance early in a product's development cycle. Intel's Folsom Campus - which sprung up on 235 acres of pasture land off Highway 50 in what was then rural Folsom - is celebrating its' 30th birthday on May 24.The high-tech giant has transformed both the region and the world with its microprocessors, computers, techie culture and innovations.
    Randall Benton | rbenton@sacbee.com
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    Intel employees gather at an open common space at the Intel facility in Folsom on Wednesday, March 26, 2014. Intel's Folsom Campus - which sprung up on 235 acres of pasture land off Highway 50 in what was then rural Folsom - is celebrating its' 30th birthday on May 24.The high-tech giant has transformed both the region and the world with its microprocessors, computers, techie culture and innovations.
    Randall Benton | rbenton@sacbee.com
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    Intel Vice President of Platform Engineering Group Anita Rao at the Intel facility in Folsom on Friday, March 21, 2014. Intel's Folsom Campus - which sprung up on 235 acres of pasture land off Highway 50 in what was then rural Folsom - is celebrating its' 30th birthday on May 24.The high-tech giant has transformed both the region and the world with its microprocessors, computers, techie culture and innovations.
    Randall Benton | rbenton@sacbee.com
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    An Intel employee works on a laptop in a corridor at the Intel facility in Folsom on Wednesday, March 26, 2014. Intel's Folsom Campus - which sprung up on 235 acres of pasture land off Highway 50 in what was then rural Folsom - is celebrating its' 30th birthday on May 24.The high-tech giant has transformed both the region and the world with its microprocessors, computers, techie culture and innovations.
    Randall Benton | rbenton@sacbee.com
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    Michaelle Gonzalez at the Intel facility in Folsom on Wednesday, March 26, 2014. Intel's Folsom Campus - which sprung up on 235 acres of pasture land off Highway 50 in what was then rural Folsom - is celebrating its' 30th birthday on May 24.The high-tech giant has transformed both the region and the world with its microprocessors, computers, techie culture and innovations.
    Randall Benton | rbenton@sacbee.com
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    Communications Manager Christina Chin uses a vending machine to purchase a jump drive at the Intel facility in Folsom on Wednesday, March 26, 2014. Since Intel employees frequently may need such items a jump drives, memory chips, or connecting cables, vending machines make procurement simple. Intel's Folsom Campus - which sprung up on 235 acres of pasture land off Highway 50 in what was then rural Folsom - is celebrating its' 30th birthday on May 24.The high-tech giant has transformed both the region and the world with its microprocessors, computers, techie culture and innovations.
    Randall Benton | rbenton@sacbee.com
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    Intel's Platform Engineering Group Vice President Eric Mentzer at the Intel facility in Folsom on Wednesday, March 26, 2014. Intel's Folsom Campus - which sprung up on 235 acres of pasture land off Highway 50 in what was then rural Folsom - is celebrating its' 30th birthday on May 24.The high-tech giant has transformed both the region and the world with its microprocessors, computers, techie culture and innovations.
    Randall Benton | rbenton@sacbee.com
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    Power Analysis Engineer Tony Marshall at the Intel facility in Folsom on Wednesday, March 26, 2014. Intel's Folsom Campus - which sprung up on 235 acres of pasture land off Highway 50 in what was then rural Folsom - is celebrating its' 30th birthday on May 24.The high-tech giant has transformed both the region and the world with its microprocessors, computers, techie culture and innovations.
    Randall Benton | rbenton@sacbee.com
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    Power Analysis Engineer Tony Marshall at the Intel facility in Folsom on Wednesday, March 26, 2014. Intel's Folsom Campus - which sprung up on 235 acres of pasture land off Highway 50 in what was then rural Folsom - is celebrating its' 30th birthday on May 24.The high-tech giant has transformed both the region and the world with its microprocessors, computers, techie culture and innovations.
    Randall Benton | rbenton@sacbee.com
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    A 3D printer gradually forms a vessel from plastic at the Intel facility in Folsom on Friday, March 21, 2014. Intel's Folsom Campus - which sprung up on 235 acres of pasture land off Highway 50 in what was then rural Folsom - is celebrating its' 30th birthday on May 24.The high-tech giant has transformed both the region and the world with its microprocessors, computers, techie culture and innovations.
    Randall Benton | rbenton@sacbee.com
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    Power analysis engineers monitor the heat profiles of several smart phones at the Intel facility in Folsom on Wednesday, March 26, 2014. The infrared images help engineers to see how various phones generate heat with Intel processors. Intel's Folsom Campus - which sprung up on 235 acres of pasture land off Highway 50 in what was then rural Folsom - is celebrating its' 30th birthday on May 24.The high-tech giant has transformed both the region and the world with its microprocessors, computers, techie culture and innovations.
    Randall Benton | rbenton@sacbee.com
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    Tech Researcher John Nguyen at the Intel facility in Folsom on Friday, March 21, 2014. Intel's Folsom Campus - which sprung up on 235 acres of pasture land off Highway 50 in what was then rural Folsom - is celebrating its' 30th birthday on May 24.The high-tech giant has transformed both the region and the world with its microprocessors, computers, techie culture and innovations.
    Randall Benton | rbenton@sacbee.com
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    Intel Communications Manager Christina Chin, left, and Director of California Corporate Affairs Grace Davis demonstrate a 'telepresence' robot at the Intel facility in Folsom on Friday, March 21, 2014. According to Chin, the robot is one of a number of remote telepresence solutions Intel is currently evaluating. They are considering using robots to increase employee productivity, support Work-Life balance, and reduce travel spending. Employees would be able to connect with a telepresence robot from the office or from home to attend meetings and work with fellow teammates at different locations, campuses, and countries. This remote work environment would allow employees the flexibility to visit multiple campuses and countries in a single day saving valuable time and travel expenses for both the employee and Intel. Intel's Folsom Campus - which sprung up on 235 acres of pasture land off Highway 50 in what was then rural Folsom - is celebrating its' 30th birthday on May 24.The high-tech giant has transformed both the region and the world with its microprocessors, computers, techie culture and innovations.
    Randall Benton | rbenton@sacbee.com
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    Tech Researcher John Nguyen operates a large monitor array at the Intel facility in Folsom on Friday, March 21, 2014. Intel's Folsom Campus - which sprung up on 235 acres of pasture land off Highway 50 in what was then rural Folsom - is celebrating its' 30th birthday on May 24.The high-tech giant has transformed both the region and the world with its microprocessors, computers, techie culture and innovations.
    Randall Benton | rbenton@sacbee.com
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