Analysis: Interesting marketing that works
I have been around to vividly remember 350 nm and the first Pentium and AMD K5/K6 processors, and since that time, I have tracked the microprocessors and GPU market. It went swiftly from 350 to 250nm and later to 180, 130, 90, 65, 45, 32nm, and 14nm. It took some ten significant geometry shrinking and power reductions to get to 10nm and even to get to 7nm. Apple, in collaboration with TSMC, is just months away from announcing 5nm chips, but the real question is, do nanometers matter?
Chris Hook and Heather Lennon
Two more senior Graphics Marketing people are leaving Intel, Chris Hook and Heather Lennon.
Austin office and Jon Masters from RedHat IBM
Nuvia is the new name that can disrupt the fallen ARM server market, and just ten days after announcing the company, it made another significant announcement. Nuvia hired Jon Carvill as Vice president of Nuvia marketing and Jon Masters from RedHat IBM as Vice President of Software and opened an office in Austin (home of AMD and Samsung).
Head of Global Marketing
Godfrey sounded surprised when I mentioned that I still remember our first meetings when he was running the marketing for the legendary ATI AllinWonder cards, but at the time in the early 2000s, these were some of the most prominent cards ever created. They could do a TV-out.
Long term industry veteran rejoins Intel
The exact title of Jon Carvill's new venture is the VP of Marketing for Technology Leadership and he started this job after leaving Facebook as the Director of Technology Communications. Jon is just destined to work in the chip industry, he just knows and likes it too much.
Most marketers don't consider them reliable.
More than 60 per cent of marketers believe they will no longer need to rely on tracking cookies and it looks like a 20 year old desktop based technology is about to die out.
Companies tell world “go stick your head in a pig”
Robots are shipping with shedloads of vulnerabilities that no one seems to care much about.
Does not want to lose on this one
If you haven't heard about LG's new G5 smartphone, chances are you are going to hear about it a lot over the coming months.