The Intel Execution Thread [2021]

Discussion in 'Graphics and Semiconductor Industry' started by DegustatoR, Jan 13, 2021.

  1. DegustatoR

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    Bob is out, Pat is in:

     
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    And apparently investors are excited by it. Seems like nothing really changed yet
     
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    You don't "swing around" a behemoth as Intel in 2 weeks ;)
     
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    Especially, when the two weeks are 5-6 weeks in the future.
     
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    At the end of the day, on the pc market, they need their fabs in order, they need big 10nm (super fin ? Don't remember the name) capacity to fight against amd... Even if I've to say, they pushed the 14nm process pretty far. Right now, imo, they have a fab problem, but not an architectural one...
     
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    Glenn Hinton, head architect behind Netburst and Nehalem returns to Intel from retirement. Pat Gelsinger getting CEOs spot sealed the deal for him.
    Hinton worked at Intel for 35 years before retiring in 2017.

     
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