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Monday, 20 August 2007 15:19

Intel still doesn?t hire top graphics executive

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Larrabee doesn’t have a good lead


Intel still
hasn’t employed any of the familiar faces to drive its graphic business. We know that Intel has interviewed a few people but so far it hasn’t made the final call. If our sources are correct Larrabee will be born in 1H2008 and there is no much time to get things done. 
 


There is certainly place for Intel discrete graphic and Taiwanese will go for it as they need the third player to bring some order in this market. Nvidia traditionally likes to bully partners and makes them dependent on the supply while ATI lacks to offer continuity and leadership and the most important margins on the cards in both case sucks.

Larrabee we are waiting for you.

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