Topics regarding layoffs at Intel Corp.
Uh, wow. https://www.theregister.com/2020/08/06/intel_nda_source_code_leak/ https://www.reddit.com/r/programming/comments/i4xxnk/20gb_leak_of_intel_data_whole_git_repositories/
Anyone knows this position in Intel? And which pay grade it belongs to? The technical ladder in Intel starts from senior as fresh PhD, staff, senior staff, principal and higher. Not sure which level is this “technologist”? It requires PhD+15 YOE... — read more
Any word on layoffs in TMG? Please no opinions. Genuine educated guesses are welcome.
Murthy has PhD from a 3rd tier UK university. Raja has only BS from an Indian college which doesn't seem to be as prestigious as IIT. Of course, we can't tell a person's ability solely by his/her education background, but I think JimK, a Big-Ten... — read more
Anyone has a guess as to why INTC became a SJW company? Could it be that the large fund managers for public employees, like CalPERS, demanded it?
Look at TSMC, AMD, NVIDIA, BROADCOM.
Don't. You'd be walking into a deadend career. Manager doesn't care about your career growth and at review time would only tell you to keep doing what you're doing. Maybe even tell you to do stuff faster if he or she felt up to it. Stay away... — read more
Intel has been a company in decline ever since Craig Barret’s reduce American head count and move the business to India and China. Instead of being an exciting place to work, we had to endure statements like I can get 4 Indian or Chinese engineers... — read more
We at Intel no longer do anything technical. People that can present good power point slides and excel spreadsheets are promoted. We do not want technical employees, just paper pushers and bean counters. Yesterday we had 300 tickets, I worked with... — read more
I received 1.5% hike in March (less!) and very less shares at grade 5 with 3 years due to p*ts, now I got revised letter with shares increased to peanuts, I got to know that HR found I was paying less compared to my peers. Anybody experienced... — read more
We know what that means
Class action #1 https://www.newsfilecorp.com/release/60513 Class action #2 https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/shareholder-alert-pomerantz-law-firm-investigates-claims-on-behalf-of-investors-of-intel-corporation—intc-301100659.html
I hope Intel keeps its US-based fabs and continues to upgrade them. It would be a mistake to cede this capacity to outsourcing like so much of our other manufacturing capacity. Interestingly, it seems the US is almost unique in our mass... — read more
Looks like the bodies are falling left and right, first the 10nm debacle resulted in a host of changes and claims that the new leaders learned and put in place the necessary cultural and leadership changes. They scaled back the goals and took out... — read more
Nobody's surprised: Dr. Murthy Renduchintala, will be departing the company on August 3rd. Renduchintala joined Intel in 2015, and for most of the past half-decade has been responsible for overseeing all of TSCG’s efforts, and especially involved... — read more
As an ex employee who served long at Intel, Intel has become a depreciating asset for most rank and file employees who worked hard to build the company. During the 90s, everyone wanted to work at Intel. Yes, the meteoric stock rise was boosting the... — read more
Announced today. Murthy is leaving Intel; last day is Aug. 3
just an fyi - this forum is moderated and all messages are on hold until approved... I posted yesterday, the message got published for about 5 min and they deleted it after. I am assuming they put it ina review queue. now it got published... — read more
Last day Aug. 3
Someone should raise this in the online Q&A and everyone should up-vote it to the very top spot.
Do you think he delivered up to the expectations? How good of a motivating leader is he?
Intel stock plunges after news of failures Mike Rogoway The Oregonian/OregonLive Intel blindsided investors Thursday with news that it is a year behind schedule developing its next generation of manufacturing technology, the latest in a string... — read more
Based on the recent news of 7 nm issues, is there any rumors of any upcoming layoffs?
I don’t know what decisions are being made at Intel but they are bad... • Intel delaying 7nm CPU production... • Apple ditching Intel (basically outsourcing their outsourcing) • Intel leaking their roadmaps while AMD hints that they’re going to... — read more
I’m not one of those “Go Intel” people. However, I’ve noticed that a lot of the people on this forum seem angry that their “Good ‘ol boy” culture is being challenged. Does Intel really need these people? Intel has plenty of cultural and technical... — read more
will be in trouble with your micro-contribution... you will realize you were not a real engineer and the market will smash you head with the reality. be prepare.. you are doomed.
We’re about to enter an exciting, messy transition. Not only will Apple Silicon make better Macs, it will force Microsoft to polish its Windows on ARM act, both hardware and software. In turn, this will cause PC OEMs to reconsider their... — read more
IT Refactoring = LAYOFFS
Do managers get “points” for leading projects that don’t actually improve yield, run-rate, or quality? Also, what’s with these questions they ask that are not relevant to the actual problem/don’t help?
Barefoot group at Intel. Major (!) problems with Tofino 2; CEO out. Cuts rumored for Q3.
Jim Keller Resigns from Intel, Effective Immediately Dr. Ian Cutress Intel has just published a news release on its website stating that Jim Keller has resigned from the company, effective immediately, due to personal reasons. Jim Keller was... — read more
And JK’s departure from INTC is yet just another example of unbearable toxic nature of management at this old dog. Good riddance INTC your a dinosaur that can no longer compete, repackage old tech and old processors is all you now know.
Just saw the news report. Perhaps his straight forward, abrasive style didn't fit well with Intel"s culture. What is the story from inside?