If it goes after Intel they will put a 100W platform in the car.. There are people outhere that do not get automotive what so ever but they insist of speaking about it. Autonomus driving is all about safety, Intel has no idea about safety and is not even willing to build safety relevant platforms. In my opinion they will enter and exit like they did with so many other things..
Quite happy for Intel to demonstrate that the facts are not as I present.
Why haven't they? Cat got their tongue? Thay have had 3 or 4 years to do so - that is how long I have been posting 'INVENTORS - DO NOT TRUST INTEL!!' - to anywhere relevant, that doesn't delete it it out of 'deference' to bigbiz.
But I always get screenshots after posting, fer the judge -
BTW, which part of the cat is yours? i.e. Why does Intel need you to stick up for them; they're not usually backward in coming forward to speak their mind.
It appears that there is quite a bit you don't know about your dear Intel.
"It is not a good way to think about Intel." How can I think about, form my opinion about Intel, other than as a result of my interaction with them?
Intel may be 'one of the most innovative companies on earth', but I have more innovation than them.
It is not a good way to think about Intel. Intel is one of the most innovative companies on earth. Inventors do trust them. Without Intel, you may not have Microsoft, Google etc. There is no evidence in your point. Intel is an iconic brand and will continue to lead its segment or better compete with others.
>> I have a hard time imagining it if you live 2 miles out on a gravel road. I also suspect that it will be a while before the need for more specialized vechicles for towing or carrying large items will be covered.
You are correct but in this age change happens so fast. Add it to government habit of stimulating consumption or buying pattern through regulation, we can expect this to happen fast.
I invented a CPU cooler - 3 times better than previous best - better than water. Intel have major CPU cooling problems - "Intel's microprocessors were generating so much heat that they were melting" (iht.com) - try to talk to them - they send my communications to my competitor & will not talk to me
Winners of major 'Corporate Social Responsibility' awardS!!
Huh!!!! When did RICO get repealed?"
INVENTORS - DO NOT TRUST INTEL!!!
BTW, I have the evidence - my competitor gave it to me.
BBTW, I am prepared to apologize to Intel if;
• They can show that the actions were those of a single individual in the company, acting outside corporate policy, and:
• They gain redress on my behalf.
Inventors - help your fellow inventors - share your experiences with companies - good and bad.
@goafrit It may be unnecessary to even buy then. The fusion of Google cars and Zipcar will make buying obsolete.
At least in areas with a reasonable epopulation denstity. I have a hard time imagining it if you live 2 miles out on a gravel road. I also suspect that it will be a while before the need for more specialized vechicles for towing or carrying large items will be covered.
>> One of the biggest reasons cars went to the multiple ECU arrangment was to reduce the weight and cost of the wiring harness.
NASA just invented a wireless system that we can use to wire every aspect of a car. Tesla is testing it. If that passes the regulatory watchdog, the cost of wiring is off. Wiring is one of the biggest cost elements in the wiring of autos, finding a way out will open more innovations in how cars are built.
Intel yes exited many markets because they never got the margins they were getting in their microprocessor business from any other market. Now that ARM is giving them a good fight, they are hungry for anything.
>> Today a good FLASH is mandatory on such controllers and FLASH technology for automotive is of prime importance (think reliability)
Yes, Internet of Things or Connected Electronics is certainly going to make this era the one for memory. Flash will be a huge business as memory will become a deal. At least in the consumer electronics where safety is not an issue, there are huge opportunities. In the automotive and other regulated areas, those that differentiate can command high margins.
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