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Traces   5/22/2013 3:22:25 PM
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@ Chipmonk: I submitted your quote verbatim to "Yo, Is This Racist?," but I think I know the answer already...

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Youself   5/22/2013 3:38:20 PM
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the problem with appointing a long term Intel inside is that Intel will keep being Intel... when it desperately needs to morph into a combo of Samsung, ARM, Broadcom and Intel ... but Intel just doesn't get it. Outside of x86 they have failed at every turn, and predictably so.

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mcgrathdylan   5/22/2013 3:56:45 PM
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This discussion of Krzanich's education seems not only elitist, but downright silly. The man has been working at Intel for more than 30 years, many of those in very senior positions. Whatever he learned or didn't learn in chemistry 101 at SJSU is irrelevant.

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mcgrathdylan   5/22/2013 3:59:38 PM
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The comment in question has been removed. We appreciate that everyone is entitled to their own opinion and are happy that you are willing to share them on EE Times, but we cannot tolerate racism in any form.

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re: Intel's new CEO shakes things up
gatorfan   5/22/2013 4:32:52 PM
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Mean while Intel is the largest semi producer in the world. I fail to see the point as there is no such thing as "one size" business strategy.

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gatorfan   5/22/2013 4:34:00 PM
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Can we be more elitist?

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re: Intel's new CEO shakes things up
SR656601   5/22/2013 4:52:52 PM
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Dylan, I don't see any discussion, just a troll "sprite0022" spewing out stuff. I've been noticing this "sprite0022"'s comments and they are mostly anti everything so far, but I suspect we'll soon here a leap into pro-China soon. That's what a human commenting engine does. Sharp, divisive, slow, soft and corrupting opinions ever slowly, dida dida dida... :- )

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chun wing   5/22/2013 4:58:42 PM
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RE: Youself Besides x86, Intel is also the leader in chip manufacturing technology.

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re: Intel's new CEO shakes things up
DMcCunney   5/22/2013 5:02:10 PM
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Agreed. I'm not surprised at how fast he's moving. He had to know he was a potential CEO candidate, and one thing I'm sure he's been doing in recent years is making a list of changes he'd make if he got tapped for the position. Now he's the CEO, and is starting on making those changes.

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US Made   5/22/2013 5:30:51 PM
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Amazing, if we belive Intel is two years ahead of TSMC on manufacturing and yet cannot penetrate cell phone means... 1. x86 needs to morph more towards RISC (happening but legacy will not allow..) 2.or x86 is not bad but no clue of SOC design 3.we do undertand both, but our engineers need a referesh course...

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