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sprite0022   11/21/2012 3:40:05 AM
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if this prediction come true I will re enter stock investment bussiness :)

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resistion   11/21/2012 3:26:30 AM
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yeah I can imagine that too.

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resistion   11/21/2012 3:24:03 AM
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Probably not advancing "silicon technology" per se, but "silicon manufacturing".

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sprite0022   11/21/2012 3:09:54 AM
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hi guys, I come up with a brilliant solution. Paul Jacobs... he can make use of intel fab to replace tsmc... enough ego to deal with current intel cliques. knows how to drive mobile computation... + a smart daddy behind as a bonus. what a perfect fit...

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resistion   11/21/2012 1:13:40 AM
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But neither may happen no matter how long he waits. Without assigning total responsibility to him, the problem is the impact on US tech position, as now ASML has acquired Cymer. A key US tech company has disappeared. They would not have been able to do this without Intel's share. Was it necessary to do this? I would argue it would have been better to let Cymer continue to compete (it was leading anyway). The other perspective is vendor management. This may be a really weak or really strong move, depending on whether you think ASML manipulated Intel, or vice versa.

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sprite0022   11/21/2012 12:33:46 AM
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lol, r u from sales as well? it's not intel's duty to push silicon tech. it's ASML, ok intel can contribute a little bit as well.

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asic_pal   11/21/2012 12:26:56 AM
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I agree. There is no point in dragging the dead horse, when mighty horses available off the door.

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sprite0022   11/21/2012 12:22:19 AM
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this comes from face reading. I don't see much holy faces among intel's top vps, which is a bad sign.

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asic_pal   11/21/2012 12:12:25 AM
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Intel FAB, ARM Core(s) and Intel processor frame work around (for socket compliance) would be a great combination to achieve best performance/watt and I am sure Industry will like it and Intel can continue it's legacy. If Intel wants to re-invent the wheel, I am sure it will lose the race. Who ever comes on Intel Board - if he can keep his ego aside and "give what industry wants!" will be a great push for Intel into the Mobile space.

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danny1024   11/20/2012 11:47:02 PM
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Does Intel have to dominate the mobile market to be successful? That's not clear to me. It can be a capable player and unlike most of its peers Intel can offer the backend (datacenter, networking processing) as well as the phones to Telecoms. That's a pretty compelling value proposition.

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