Intel Names Midwest Semiconductor Campus ‘Ohio One’ to Reflect State’s Storied History of Firsts

It’s been one year since Intel announced plans to invest an initial $20 billion in the construction of two new leading-edge chip factories in New Albany. In celebration of this milestone, Intel announced the site name for its first advanced semiconductor campus in the Midwest. “Ohio One” is a nod to the state’s storied history in manufacturing and track record of producing firsts, from the Wright brothers, who grew up in Ohio and first envisioned their historic planes here, to John Glenn, the first man in orbit, and Neil Armstrong, the first man on the Moon. Ohio One brings a new epicenter of leading-edge technology innovation to Ohio, the Midwest, and America. READ MORE