Part of chip production modernisation
Chipzilla is to invest $3.5 billion in the Rio Rancho technical campus as part of its global chip production modernisation.
Booming sales, but profits down
Chipzilla disappointed the cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street by turning in a second quarter profit forecast well short of their great expectations.
Put some nice Intel chips in there
Intel Chief Executive Kicking/ Pat Gelsinger has said that Intel will start producing chips at its factories within six to nine months to address the auto shortage, which has idled assembly lines at some US automotive plants.
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.
Things are not looking good in Chipzilla’s universe
Intel shares fell by ten percent after-hours trading after the chip company reported its third quarter results, which show it losing ground in the server and data centre market.
It is not nice to say “I hope it dies a painful death”
Intel has replied to Linus Torvalds comments that he hoped “AVX512 dies a painful death" and “Intel starts fixing real problems instead of trying to create magic instructions to then create benchmarks that they can look good on"'
Intel is the best you just have to take our word for it
We were looking through the transcripts of last week’s Computex and noticed that Intel CEO Bob Swan made a surprising comment about benchmarking.
More than 90 per cent of deliveries are on time
Intel, the world's biggest chipmaker, said it's maintaining above 90 percent on-time delivery of its products from factories worldwide.
Denies rumours it is walking straight to 7nm
Chipzilla has growled at rumours that it is planning to ditch the 10nm production process for its desktop CPUs and was instead set to jump straight from the 14nm+++ lineup into 7nm desktop processors.
We are going to party like its 1799
Intel held a five hour event, where 100 attendees from startups, venture capital, and tech giants sipped semiconductor-themed cocktails and detailed explanations of how sand is processed into silicon chips ,although that might just have been the taste of the Vol-au-vents.