Intel takes you inside its advanced factories where silicon wafers are made into computer chips. Intel is upgrading its FABs and assembly factories from 32nm to next generation 22nm manufacturing methods.

See inside on the Intel's most modern 32-nanometer (nm) computer-chip plants, known as FABs, where people turn silicon wafer into the brains of computers.

We also go inside an Assembly and Test factory (A&T), where chips are given electrical connections and "packaged" to fit inside computers and other computerized devices.