Chipzilla boss chief Pat [kicking] Gelsinger has reiterated the global chip shortage is set to continue into 2023.
Will gain market lead lost to TSMC
Research teams at Intel unveiled work that the company believes will help it keep speeding up and shrinking computing chips over the next ten years, with several technologies aimed at stacking parts of chips on top of each other.
Hits Nvidia, Intel, AMD, car manufactures
Back in late 202, Nvidia told us that shortages should be the thing of the past at some point in Q1 2021. In early 2021, Nvidia and its CEO adjusted the statement, telling the world that shortages are expected throughout most of 2021.
Gelsinger says that there were too many suits
Intel's recent manufacturing problems were due to the fact that too many suits and not enough engineers got to the top, according to Intel CEO Kicking Pat Gelsinger.
Too large and stupid, and the chips
Carmakers are too dependent on ancient chips and transistors and need to modernise, according to Intel chief executive Pat Gelsinger.
Gelsinger talks about the explosive growth in semiconductors
Intel CEO Kicking Pat Gelsinger said it could take several years for a global shortage of semiconductors to be resolved, a problem that has shuttered some auto production lines and is also being felt in other areas, including consumer electronics.
Keeping the fabs, IFS, and more
During its presentation, Intel's new CEO, Pat Gelsinger, shared his vision of Intel in the future, including details about the 7nm manufacturing process and next-generation Meteor Lake CPUs.
Intel had a good 2020
Intel has announced its financial results for the fourth quarter of 2020, as well as financial results for the full 2020 year, and it was a record quarter for Intel, despite the coronavirus pandemic. The highlight of the Q&A session was the old and the new CEOs, Bob Swan and Pat Gelsinger, responding to some serious questions about the current state and the future of the company.
Update Swan upped
Intel's new CEO will be Pat Gelsinger, who will take up his position after current CEO Bob Swan steps down in mid-February, CNBC reported today.
Exclusive: Murthy a serious candidate too
Well informed sources close to the matter have confirmed that despite publicly denying it, Bob Swan of Intel secretly wants the CEO job. The only other serious candidate within Intel is ex-Qualcomm's Dr. Venkata (Murthy) Renduchintala, group president of the Technology, Systems Architecture & Client Group, and chief engineering officer at Intel.