In the Pooh after telling suppliers not to source from Xinjiang was a bad idea
Intel apologised to Chinese customers, partners and the public after a letter telling its suppliers not to source products or labour from the western region of Xinjiang caused a backlash.
Even if they were already working from home
Chipzilla is telling unvaccinated workers who don't get an exemption for religious or medical reasons will be on unpaid leave beginning in April even if they were working from home.
Thanks for the memory
South Korea's SK Hynix has received merger clearances from the Chinese antitrust authority for its acquisition of Intel NAND memory chip business.
Chipzilla boss chief Pat [kicking] Gelsinger has reiterated the global chip shortage is set to continue into 2023.
To deal with chip shortage
Intel is spending $7 billion to build a new chip packaging facility in Malaysia, a major Asian investment intended to address endemic global semiconductor shortages at a time Washington is advocating domestic production.
Intel could be onto something
The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn claiming that AMD could be planning on bringing in hybrid processors – chips that mix different types of cores.
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.
Rumoured launch plans
Intel’s Arc Alchemist graphics chips have been shown in a video, and its launch plans see fresh rumours.
Updated: Claims former TSMC boss, 90 - Corporate Governance guidelines updated to 75 years old
Kicking Pat Gelsinger, 61, is too old to save Intel according to TSMC founder Morris Chang, age 90 told a lecture hall.