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Thursday, 19 July 2007 09:38

Intel is hiring discrete graphic experts

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Hunt for directors and VPs is on


Intel plans to unveil its Larrabee discrete graphic plans within next few quarters and last time we heard about it, the Larrabee was scheduled for Q2 2008.

Intel US is after some senior graphic people with strong background in discrete graphic business as Intel is not really experienced in pricing and selling discrete graphic cards.

They need the people who understand OEMs and especially Channel something that is very new for Intel and they will be looking in current and former ATI and probably Nvidia people as well.

Everyone knows that Intel has the money so probably we are talking about really good salaries.   

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