@sprite0022--Again, this is ridiculous. He earned his degree in 1982 (I can promise you there was no course on EUV lithography then). Since then, he has been helping to build/run the world's biggest semiconductor company. Nothing he learned or didn't learn at San Jose State in the late 70s and early 80s is relevant. 30 years of experience is what matters.
some losers don't understand the difference between top college and SJSU. One major difference is top school will have some focus/trainning on future tech/trend, help student build the vision to explore new front. such as stanford's SLAC, caltech's Jet propulsion lab etc.
SJSU 's main focus is train student to make a living.
it's not surprising SJSU graduate generates plenty of wrong headed initiatives. It's like you are expecting a high school graduate to teach you college math.
kind of hard to shake things up when you are from the inside, just asked the water in the jar. Intel still stucks on mfg of CPUs, hence this is where the mindset is at. They think only they know how to do it. Hee hee.
Right on ! Having 22nm and 2 years ahead in some factory in Oregon does not count if you don't ship 22nm Atoms chips to market.
AMD is now shipping 28nm Temash (AMD's version of Atom).
28nm Temash smokes Intel's current shipping atom but Ohhh I forgot Intel is 2 years ahead :)
Well, Samsung is just rumored to use Intel chip in galaxy tab 3. Once it starts to use in tablet, not far away to use in smartphone. And Lenovo also just releases a phone using the same Atom chip, which achieves record benchmark score. I won't write Intel's chance of success in both Smartphone and Tablet.
the problem is Intel has no clue, and has not had a clue, what the next market trends is, outside of x86 for the Windows PC. They have tried so many times with wrong headed initiatives. Putting hard nose operations people in charge only cemented this obdurate wrong headedness.
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