I left Intel three years ago (not ISP, was just sick of the BS). Worked in the modem department. I tried to keep in touch with some people, but many just didn't seem to care. Well, whaddayaknow.... all of a sudden, I get a HUGE flood of Linkedin... — read more
Topics regarding layoffs at Intel Corp.
I hear that Intel is rehiring some of the 2016 ACT laid off employees. Does anyone know whether Intel has changed policy on hiring back EMPLOYEES laid off though 2016 ACT ISP (basically all those level 4 stock folks)? Earlier INTEL said that... — read more
Intel is closing Eau Claire facility on Clairemont Avenue... 62 people will get laid off. — read more
Anyone care to comment?
Exclusive Bidder Emerges https://www.bizjournals.com/sanjose/news/2019/07/10/intel-modem-ip-auction-buyer-intc.html?ana=yahoo&yptr=yahoo — read more
Inside Ice Lake’s 10nm fab: where Intel tricks sand into thinking.... Intel's finally got its 10nm Ice Lake CPU production ramping up, and we've been inside where the silicon magic goes down... — read more
Back in July 2015 Intel Corp. laid off about 1300 employees. Information gathered from the Federal Government mandated OWBPA Report, associated with this layoff, revealed that employees over 40 years of age were targeted for this layoff in a... — read more
Benefits have been consistently and persistently getting worse for well over a decade. SPP. Profit sharing contribution. etc.
So what is the word on employee impact on the 5G exit announcement? What groups and when?
After the exit of 5g modem want happens to the modem teams in ... How many will be laid off ?
It's just a matter of time. Anyone heard in rumors?
interesting as I'm not seeing mention of their plan to search for a CFO? Who will be CFO? and will the search for CFO be long too?
Bob Swan in 2017 "Honestly, I think we have too many people," 'We hate layoffs,' but 'we're trying to deal with reality here" https://www.oregonlive.com/silicon-forest/index.ssf/2017/08/intels_cfo_i_think_we_have_too.html — read more
DEC had technical leaders while growing, then they brought in Bob Palmer in mid 90s who was a bean counter. DEC had sparkling new child Alpha then however, most of the revenue came from VAX/VMS that was bread and butter of the company and that let... — read more
New CEO needs to deal the mess of manufacturing as it now lags behind TSMC two generations. It is serious because TSMC is not just one company. It works for all Intel's competitors. They can now put more transistors in unit area than Intel, which was... — read more
https://seekingalpha.com/filing/4320246 connection with his appointment as Chief Executive Officer, Intel entered into an offer letter with Mr. Swan (the “Offer Letter”) setting forth the terms of his employment and compensation. Pursuant to the... — read more
This is going to be released to managers next week. Not bad considering the situation. — read more
on one hand you have a CEO who has a ph.d lots of research and who is going to be focusing on pushing the envelope with technology. on the other hand you have a bean counter that's going to be counting beans and thinking about how to reduce cost... — read more
Speaks a lot how useful the board is. In fact it is no different than 75% people at Intel who pretend to work but do nothing....
When will we see high velocity Latefield in high volume production? Surely that new Q team and it's new HVDM has panned out to be clearly better than prior Intel SOC teams.
Anyone heard of any rumors? Is it going to be another 2.x%?
The truth is AMD had a lousy quarter just like every other chip company,Nvidia being the worst. AMD also indicated it's going to have a lost Q1. What's moving AMD is the promise that starting Q2,it will be great because by then, Rome will be out, new... — read more
Qcom, AMD, Nvidia, Apple (and pretty much everybody else's) design engineers are working on 5nm designs as we speak. In the meantime, Intel designers are held back by TMG's inability to deliver even 10nm. The willful abandonment of a regular... — read more
This will coincide or be slightly prior to new CEO announcement.
I hear that Intel aims to concentrate all R&D to a few megasites (at least thousands of employees) and aims to shut down most of the sites under 500 employees during this year. This has been the trend for a while but will get more aggressively forced... — read more
Intel's manufacturing woes started with the 2016 employee reduction. It just took a while for that to become evident. The brute force tactics used by HR to make sure that they got enough people to take the buyout packages back fired and too many... — read more
At this point, Intel will soon make an offer to Netanyahu for the whole country. https://finance.yahoo.com/news/intel-offered-6-billion-israels-072913462.html — read more
Non-political worker bees will get fired. The bloviators and b---s---ters will always remain. Intel Focal process is completely corrupt and useless. It actually tags the successful, hard working employees for termination and promotes the lying sh1ts... — read more
As somebody said in another thread, it has been over seven months since the search for a new Intel CEO has started, and still we have no proper candidates (or much more likely - no candidates who would be willing to accept this job.) Which truly is... — read more
Paying for useless people is cheap. The real damage is when these people spend massive money on counter productive projects and drive the wrong strategy forward. The solution is maintain the pyramid and cut number of middle management by half... — read more
When can we see captain, we are sailing on a ship without a captain