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Intel CEO expects shortages until 2023
Published in PC Hardware
Friday, 22 October 2021 15:06

Intel CEO expects shortages until 2023


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.

Cristiano Amon appointed CEO-Elect at Qualcomm
Published in Mobiles
Wednesday, 06 January 2021 11:53

Cristiano Amon appointed CEO-Elect at Qualcomm


Steve Mollenkopf to Retire as CEO in June

Qualcomm finished strong with Snapdragon 888 and started the first working day of January with its Snapdragon 480 5G announcement. After 26 years at the company, the new big announcement is that Steve Mollenkopf will retire as a CEO. He was CEO since March 2014.

SiFive hires Patrick Little as CEO
Published in IoT
Thursday, 17 September 2020 19:07

SiFive hires Patrick Little as CEO


Ex Qualcomm SVP and GM of Automotive

In this bombastic week for the industry, SiFive, a leader in Risc V architecture products, has announced that it has hired Patrick W. Little as President and CEO, effective immediately.

Murthy is out of Intel
Published in PC Hardware
Wednesday, 29 July 2020 10:01

Murthy is out of Intel


Sins of the 7nm, fab delays, and 5G

Back in 2015, Intel poached Murthy Renduchintala to help the company with 5G and a forward-looking roadmap, and five years after, Intel announced that Murthy would be leaving on August 3.

AMD's Lisa Su world's highest-paid CEO
Published in News
Thursday, 04 June 2020 11:36

AMD's Lisa Su world's highest-paid CEO


Makes $58.5 million a year

AMD's Lisa Su has become the world's highest-paid CEO, according to a recent survey from the Associated Press on CEO compensation.

Xilinx reports fiscal Q42020 and FY2020 results
Published in Cloud


$3.16 billion, data center 22 percent revenue growth

The fiscal year 2020 (April 2019 to April 2020) was a challenging year for anyone trading with China due to the US government pressures on Huawei. Despite all these challenges, Xilinx managed to make $3.16 billion revenue or three percent higher, year over year.

Intel CEO gives up chasing market share
Published in PC Hardware
Saturday, 21 December 2019 10:09

Intel CEO gives up chasing market share


Analysis:
CTO mindset

There was a lot of discussion about Intel’s CEO's recent presentation at the Credit Suisse technology conference. Bob Swan commented that he is willing to give up the 90 percent mark share mindset. He would instead get 30 percent of all silicon market valued at $288 TAM.

Xilinx made $3.06 billion in 2019
Published in Cloud
Thursday, 02 May 2019 10:17

Xilinx made $3.06 billion in 2019


CEO Victor Peng made the difference

Xilinx announced that at the end of its fiscal year 2019 the company reached record revenues of $3.06 billion for the fiscal year 2019, up 24 percent from the previous fiscal year. The three pillar strategy is playing out, with the data center first but it is clear that the company has AI, networking and 5G well embedded in its roadmap.

Nvidia GTC 19 Keynote failed to impress
Published in AI
Wednesday, 20 March 2019 13:39

Nvidia GTC 19 Keynote failed to impress


AI is the elephant in the room

First of all, I want to apologise to all the hard-working people that worked so many hours on the production and material of the keynote, this is not about you. Everyone did a great job, but the content picked was mostly just utterly boring.

IBM AI challenges human debater
Published in AI
Tuesday, 12 February 2019 22:45

IBM AI challenges human debater


Think 2019: Project Debater AI

IBM  showed off something very significant today, and dared to challenge someone who claimed to be the European's best debater in an attempt to win an argument. The judge declared a human as a winner, but the AI machine did a great job while offering comprehensive amount of data to back the argument. This is as big as IBM's  Big Blue supercomputer beating Kasparov in 1997.