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re: Intel's New CEO, President to Implement Undisclosed Strategy
sprite0022   5/7/2013 5:26:09 AM
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oh, thx for providing Mark's trace, i have been missing him recently.

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TarraTarra!   5/6/2013 2:53:19 PM
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With Renee's background in s/w more than chips and Brian's background in manufacturing I wonder if the hidden strategy is to move up the food-chain towards complete software based solutions with the fab operations being opened up to others. That might be a recognition of the dog-eat-dog world of semiconductors where it is getting harder to sustain a high margin business.

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HenryWong94301   5/4/2013 3:41:46 PM
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The market for mHealth, wearable electronics are up for grab. These 2 dynamic dual have a tall order. But the consumer is in for a treat. We sure are living in an interesting time. Henry Wong

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docdivakar   5/3/2013 5:14:35 PM
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Clarification of the name "Krah-ZAN-ich" is a big help! I hope the 'BK' acronym stays mostly inside Intel, lest it become synonymous with a fast food chain's menu item! MP Divakar

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Youself   5/3/2013 3:44:10 PM
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true... Intel just can't come up with new ideas... even their reorg is a rehash of the two in a box. I've seen them do that over and over and it fails. Nothing gets done, each blaming the other.

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chipmonk0   5/3/2013 2:56:37 PM
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Since its takeover by an UK owned media group, EE Times has become a peddler of puff pieces like the one above by various Brits. I sure hope that the US semiconductor industry itself will not suffer the same fate ( surreptitious takever & degradation ) as EE Times. One of the veteran tech journalists that EE Times got rid of after the UK takeover is Mark Lapedus who I always liked for his thorough technical analyses rather than serving as just a Megaphone for ARM. He now writes for Semiconductor Mfg. & Design.

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kjdsfkjdshfkdshfvc   5/3/2013 1:46:38 PM
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Oohh, so cloak and dagger! http://bit.ly/IC4m9t

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eewiz   5/3/2013 1:15:35 AM
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if the strategy is undisclosed, then how can we even know, whether there is a strategy at all ? :D

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US Made   5/2/2013 9:24:37 PM
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Nice good old two in box and nothing get done.



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