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mcgrathdylan   11/21/2012 5:02:38 PM
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Sanjay Jha would be a very interesting choice. But like many others on this string, I would expect Intel to go with someone internal. A couple of the people mentioned, such as Talwalkar and Gelsinger, would be interesting choices because they have a lot of Intel experience and have added outside experience. But it seems like Gelsinger kind of burnt some bridges when he departed.

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seraphim   11/21/2012 4:21:07 PM
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Abhi Talwalkar?

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me3   11/21/2012 2:29:32 PM
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Looks like they f--ed your head too.

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CooperMW   11/21/2012 12:40:14 PM
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Dadi Gadi Abhi Sanjay

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CooperMW   11/21/2012 12:06:03 PM
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Some serious stuff that I can't get .... Wow

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bruzzer2   11/21/2012 10:27:06 AM
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Anyone who knows Rob knows Bob has been conducting a survey for 2 years on the subject of ďdoes anyone love us anymoreĒ. Where the opinion of this respondent is too release some old frictions operating within the enterprise. To undertake some serious cost cutting that recognizes an unstable behemoth, looted by some employees for $183,062,739,749 over the last 20 years. Too reconfigure the operation for organic competitiveness. Intel needs to focus on strengths that can make the new order an efficient contributor in the market place. Is Intel bankrupt on a future value basis from all the unwanted stocks? Assembled product in channels on deferred revenue recognition? For an enterprise that does not manufacture much product anymore after flooding the commons at 32 nanometers. The strategic choice of some top executives to crush the competition, which destroyed the industry, Intel barricading itself on a leap frog from planar commercial industrial art into a 22 nanometer FinFet applied science. Perhaps IBM will buy Intel or the Common Platform Alliance will pick up the pieces? Obviously under the premise of this survey itís rationale to keep manufacturing; surely a gem in the enterprise. Too release economists responsible for the production inefficiencies of running a surplus racket. Accounting and financial staff who long time concealed this fact. To erase the sales department, like Lehman, there is no possibility of cleansing. Get rid of the system theoristís who gave us juxtaposed channel attractor, and tied charge back metered price discrimination. Some in the marketing communication group suspoected as propagandist who donít really work for Intel but the channel influences who maintain them their for their media channel ties. The Board enrolled in DOJ cartel amnesty? And of course too can all the attorneys. Itís time to clean house.

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wsw1982   11/21/2012 9:03:21 AM
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The x86 is already in the mobile market, and is already compatible with ARM in the same power range. I cannot see a reason why Intel use ARM in the future. As for the Server market, I don't see why ARM is better than Power, SHARC(they satisfy most of people here by RSIC, and with much more legacy in server market).So if Power and SHARC cannot compete x86, how much chance are there for the ARM (no market yet)? To me, Intel just secured the Server/HPC market by xeon and xeon phi in the last decade. And they are not big enough to fight 2 war, mobile and server, at same time. Anyone knows the server has much higher profit than mobile market. Now, with server secured, it's time for Intel to fight in mobile market. Anyway, Intel's shape in mobile market is better than the ARM in their own market now. The future is unclear to anyone of us...

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me3   11/21/2012 6:27:58 AM
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No, Intel was the one that carried the burden. Vendors were happy to be screwed. The only thing worse than being screwed was not being screwed.

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scanman   11/21/2012 6:22:52 AM
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As long as you stick to the x-86 architecture and keep de-powering it to the core(pun intended), good bye Intel, welcome ARM. Remember DEC, Xerox, Sun, .......

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krh   11/21/2012 3:40:42 AM
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One name...Andy Grove, for 1 year.

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