People are leaving for greener pastures because Intel is clearly ignoring what inflation is doing to their employees' buying power. I believe that the trend of leaving will not slow down, but will soon be even greater. I don’t think a solution is... — read more
We report on Wednesday, the estimate is $0.90/share. What do you think?
I remember Obama visits to Ronler and also Arizona, Trump appearances with BK, and now we got Pat with Brandon is interesting and not a good sign at all. When a CEO is spending so much time with Government you know it can't be going well. CEOs... — read more
who is replacing old vp?
Where are old gold ????? Toxicology
This is great news for us. Letting China/Taiwan be the one stop shop for everything is going to be a big mistake in the next decade or two, it also reflects badly on the USA that we are completely dependent on a foreign power as much as we are. The... — read more
I am quite surprised that there are those who still trust their management here. Still, I think there are more who don't than those who stayed at Intel because they trust their management. Purely out of curiosity, I wonder what were some of the... — read more
Crazy, or Crazy like a fox? "Intel shares rose 0.6% in pre-market trading"
Intel falling behind in node size is the problem, yet TSMC is not a direct competitor to Intel. Sure, TSMC competes against the new Intel foundry initiative, but foundry is not the main profit center. For the most part, it's the companies that buy... — read more
Her career wasn’t great (9 years at synopsis, very cloud related. How did she get in? It is like Mike B hiring a wearables VP from Turkey. ) until she joined intel’s diversity and self promotion train. And with other similar id--ts on it, she... — read more
Do you know if Intel is doing compensation adjustment for folks that work here right now (current employees)? My total comp is around $260K and I've been here for about five years. What should be base pay for G7?
Links below... Microsoft has hired a key chip engineer from Apple to help design its own custom Azure server processors. Microsoft currently uses Intel and AMD for server chips. Big hire for Microsoft, another chip departure for Apple... — read more
Both are hiring now who will layoff first ?
Isn't it obvious? The company doesn't care about you. It just chuck you on the sidewalk whenever it wants, with not a care. That's what "at will" is. Why care about a company that never cares about you? It's quite puzzling. You're a cog. A... — read more
Can't say I'm surprised. https://www.tomshardware.com/news/amd-raising-epyc-cpu-pricing-10-to-30-intels-sapphire-rapids-delayed-report However, the report claims that Intel's 7nm Sapphire Rapids' full-scale volume launch will be delayed until... — read more
Wow, quite a surprise.. so Intel will announce a FAB near Columbus,OH?
So TSMC had another blockbuster quarter closing out 2021 with huge growth in revenue and profits. Capital spending is upped again to 40 billion. Pat we await your response, do I hear 50, 60, how about 75? What can you really do without... — read more
https://www.bloomberg.com/opinion/articles/2022-01-13/tsmc-announces-a-budget-of-44-billion-a-warning-sign-to-any-chip-challengers With a budget of $44 billion this year, no company will be able to get near the world’s most powerful chipmaker. — read more
US Senator Marco Rubio calls Intel cowards for scrubbing remarks about Xinjiang and apologizing to China. https://www.theregister.com/2022/01/12/rubio_intel_xinjiang/
It looks like the talent bleed will not slow down until all talented people leave here and this remains a company only for those who cannot find another job? I may be exaggerating, but it seems so to me now that almost all of my colleagues who... — read more
Will Intel contribute to that?
All of you care about this company entirely too much.
So that leaves MH leading consumer and SR for server. Wouldn't want to be either.
You can predict how this will go, the testing stuff is just a front, corporate America is about to start dropping bo--s. For those of you who will argue using the Supreme Court OK, but companies will fire you for endangering others and their... — read more
It seems like RK is MIA. No videos, emails, even Pat hasn't mentioned his name in a while. He was missing in Dev Forum and CES as well. OH, I am not in graphics BU. So maybe I am missing some updates.
https://videocardz.com/newz/intel-website-no-longer-mentions-q1-2022-as-arc-release-date Anybody want to take bets on the release date?
https://appleinsider.com/articles/22/01/06/apple-loses-lead-apple-silicon-designer-jeff-wilcox-to-intel Applying some of that financial horsepower.
People have demonstrated that OKRs can be successful without being tied to compensation. People said OKRs should not be tied to compensation. Intel thinks it’s different…
Basically, I agree with someone who claims that Intel has changed in the sense that the workplace is getting worse year after year, but in essence I think Intel as a company is resistant to change. This company is stuck somewhere in the past... — read more
I wish that wasn’t the case, but unfortunately, competitors are moving forward and Intel is stagnating. In the past, this company took competition much more seriously. Now it is as if those at the top are totally indifferent, that they do not care... — read more
I want to grow in my role. As such, I did a few things during vacation to make sure my projects were moving and learn, but I don’t think this should be the ideal. We were also told to cover emails, which is understandable if something related to lots... — read more
I used to love working here. It was one of the best possible places to work. We had great pay, great benefits, normal working hours, and good management that knew what they were doing. Today, we have no work/life balance, we're faced with unrealistic... — read more
Read this article and share your thoughts. https://medium.com/illumination/intel-is-dead-it-just-doesnt-know-it-yet-2c67a080a336
Regarding supply chain individual contributors non technical. It seems folks are grade 9 only in the case they came from engineering and moved to the non technical role, or they know the director or are a special case. It also seems more 9s in... — read more