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agk
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re: Intel CEO Otellini to retire in May
agk   11/21/2012 11:05:07 AM
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Being the CEO for Intel for 8 to 9 years is highly responsible and also fully loaded. People achieved their targets will always have the self satisfaction and they set an example to be followed by others.

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re: Intel CEO Otellini to retire in May
chipmonk0   11/21/2012 12:18:41 AM
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well put

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sprite0022   11/20/2012 1:58:51 PM
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lol, the difference is intel is a chip company instead of a PC company. he need to make it faster, cheaper, cooler, more energy efficient etc. Otellini apparently has no clue on any of these factors...

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Peter Clarke   11/20/2012 10:17:03 AM
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@sprite0022 Apple has made a good career out of making consumer electronics look seductively attractive, to the extent that many people would pay a premium to own Apple products. That said, ultrabook is just the PC world catching up with thin light Mac computers, and not really a differentiator.

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Peter Clarke   11/20/2012 10:12:18 AM
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@yalanland EE Times staff have a had look over the field in this story: http://www.eetimes.com/electronics-news/4401757/Intel-s-CEO-search

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sprite0022   11/20/2012 8:53:52 AM
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@yalanand, very simple, Robert noyce, moore, grove... all get phd in science from top tier college( mit, caltech). the way Otelini look at a chip is just like a girl look at a shoe, he can't tell what's really driven it. all he know is how attractive it looks. check ultrabook as a good example...

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yalanand   11/20/2012 4:15:16 AM
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@sprite0022, how did you predict that he would retire next year ? Were there any early signs that he would retire ?

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yalanand   11/20/2012 4:15:12 AM
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@1-mobileman, true Intel lagged in mobile market. I really hope the next CEO of Intel will concentrate on this domain so that Intel can capture its lost ground in mobile moarket.

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yalanand   11/20/2012 4:15:05 AM
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@peter

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yalanand   11/20/2012 4:11:28 AM
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@resistion, if Intel has already not chosen its successor then yes it would be tough times ahead. I wonder if Intel has already some possible candidates in its mind.

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