On March 17 2011 I received from Community Admin (firstname.lastname@example.org) a mail with different topics.
Under the topic "Tips and Tricks/Bump a thread" you can read "If you see a question that has gone unanswered for a long time, but is still valid - post a reply to it. This will "bump" the question back into people's activity streams".
Because I'm still interested in reading how people with in-depth kowledge of Intel and its products answer this question I have decided to react to Community Admin (webadmin@intel.) in this way.
They don't write it from the ground up - is that what you mean?
Most BIOS manufacturers take the core firmware from Phoenix / AMI / et cetera, then engineer it heavily for their own processor, chipset, and motherboard.
I think, in general, more specific questions get the best response. If a question is too vague, or has no background or context, it is hard to tell what information would be useful to the original poster.
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When I asked my question I didn't mean anything.
I just wanted to know.
I hadn't the slightest idea of the steps followed by Intel to provide our motherboards with the BIOS because, unlike other motherboards, when using my Intel mobo I couldn't find recognitions to the sort of enterprises you have mentioned.
After your answer, I think I'm beginning to understand how these aspects of Intel work.
Thank you for your tips!!