So rumor has it that because of the failure in mobile and recent brick bug Austin site to close after focal.
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For years intel delivered like clock work primarily because TMG delivered tick tock. Something happened in the past 6 to 8 years as TMG went from mutiple year process leadership to likely losing this year. 14nm continues to under deliver and impact... read more
Tee hee hee.
Focal tools closed, payletters are being printed and the run on the grey confidential envelops and small conference rooms have started. But that is not all, the next round of deadwood layoffs victims have been selected by management. May luck be with... read more
What happened to actual insider posts?
Altera went from a competitor to an also ran. I am sure they will produce some valuable custom silicon to help intel milk their server line but gone is any market presence. But if intel silicon is so great why are they so late and how did Xilinx... read more
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Is McAfee on the selling block. They are signature based protection, after the virus is out in the world, reactive. While you have Cylance that is based on math and catches the virus with out signatures, What is McAfee doing to catch up?
I am just wondering why any of the managers are still managers at Intel. I mean, everyone I know is moaning about ACT and about how the people and the managers were screwed over and about how Focal is gearing up for another round of redundancies, and... read more
The top of the line Ryzen with turbo OFF. Still came out ahead in 6 of 8 categories. Also, single threaded performance looks great. http://wccftech.com/amd-ryzen-7-1800x-8-core-benchmarks/
Why is this significant? Because the Ryzen 5 1600X is slated to retail at just $259, while Intel's Core i7-6850K retails for a whopping $610. The two CPUs also offer similar specifications, with similar frequencies, 6 cores and 12 threads each, with... read more
Apple entrusted Intel to develop a modem for its watch. What a colossal mistake by Aicha!
This is getting pretty serious, wonder how long before stock price takes a hit http://www.networkworld.com/article/3171681/lan-wan/hpe-joins-cisco-juniper-with-faulty-clock-technology-problem.html
where it has no competitive advantage other than size 1.autonomous cars. dones VR AR AI modems wearables IOT Computer vision. security FPGA.
your major customers end up with stale product lines 3-4 years behind on major releases, with only minimal change refreshes or nothing at all. their customers in turn get frustrated and impatient, putting your major customers' market share and brand... read more
https://www.semiwiki.com/forum/f2/intels-fake-news-8953.html Looks like spin control ramping up Trump style. Try as they might to spin past leadership in process as predicting future leadership it won't matter to the accountants as they soon have to... read more
http://electroiq.com/blog/2017/02/intel-continues-to-drive-semiconductor-industry-rd-spending/ Spending like drunken sailors, but 10nm slipping, two years of layoffs, failed initiatives left and right, chip errata causing dead chips in the field. BK... read more
Apple stuck to its plan over the past 6 years. Everyone laughed at Apple years ago when then said they would do this... Apple is not Intel, that is for sure... read more
Looks like the latest advanced low power / low cost sever chip has a serious problem. A problem of the worst kind it dies in the field and your product don't work. This is another SoC failure. So even if an SoC makes it into the field it is a... read more
https://www.theregister.co.uk/2017/02/06/cisco_intel_decline_to_link_product_warning_to_faulty_chip/ https://www.theregister.co.uk/2017/02/07/intel_atom_failures_go_back_18_months/... read more
I work in SSG on a project that is poorly managed with almost no accountability. Employees and management can pretty much do nothing all day and suffer no consequences. We have meetings here and there and folks pretend to work but everyone knows that... read more
http://www.forbes.com/sites/antonyleather/2017/02/12/amd-ryzen-biggest-leak-yet-amazing-benchmarks-and-prices-starting-at-just-129/#5d8888a14bb7 The performance numbers are yet another worrying sign for Intel as they indicate AMD's Ryzen CPUs will... read more
http://fortune.com/2017/02/15/intel-science-fair-sponsorship/ No surprise here with BK and the Board so focused on 10nm and FAB42. Sponsoring Science Fairs is irrelevant.
Because they can't be possibly worse.... Thank you old school GOP that would have voted against Puzder. You are 2 for 2 now. I wonder who is next to go...Someone with ties to Russia for sure...
Trump rally train continues. Party like it's 1999!!!!!!
Looks like AMD is taking its previous supply change issues seriously with it's amended WSA agreement that gives it a nuclear option to second source fab from anyone else, TSM and Samsung in particular if GF does not perform well....Or if GF can't... read more
Think again! http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/02/13/china-launches-1000-illuminated-drones-night-sky-record-breaking/
Who was the guy who introduced the major bug in 7560? sounds like he has great colleagues who all wanted him fired! #TWWW