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    Intel CEO: over-ambition resulted in 10nm delays

    Bob Swan said that Intel had defied the odds in the past, but it didn't work out with 10nm.
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    Re: Intel CEO: over-ambition resulted in 10nm delays

    OK, Intel and bull again, so i''l translate his nonsense to English for you guys.

    At a time when it was getting harder and harder, we set a more and more aggressive goal. = We were extremely complacent, blasé and cocky with our ability to overcharge for minimal technical progress (although they did try to expand into other areas to maximise growth, ie. they attempted to buy their way into the mobile / tablet space, etc.)



    Amd and their 'luck' = We were force to heavily reduce illegal activity after being publicly fined (a trivial and very insulting amount when you consider the damage they have done) and our competitor, after being forced into an impossible situation as a DIRECT result of our illegal activity, managed, against all odds, an absolute master stroke of engineering and strategic business planning, with their extremely lean team.

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    Re: Intel CEO: over-ambition resulted in 10nm delays

    When I speak my mind, often I feel it is taken as an exaggeration, but if you look at these last couple of years, it looks more and more that I have been correct.

    My thoughts were that, whilst many other factors played and continue to play, a part in the recession.

    Intel ensured, through their greed, that the entire world suffered a lot longer than needed.


    It is no secret how much the world and it's economies depend on technology, it is one of the biggest driving forces, even in sectors which are not typically associated with it, they all rely on technology somewhere within their structure.

    Intel milking all (you can say it makes good business sense, but I disagree mostly) caused the sector to become stagnant (Nvidia to an extent jumped on board too, but they were delivering in terms of quality and committed to development and genuine progress) This stagnation spread to all sectors and all economies, and yes there were many other big factors.

    But ultimately Intels illegal activities, and I will say coupled with AMD failings, to a lesser extent, at the time, were huge contributors.
    I'm sorry for formatting and grammar, just a rant really.

    Everyone suffers when the CEOS behave as they have, lining their own pockets at the expense of everyone else. (not aimed at Bob Swan , clearly, but he still allows his company to operate in a trashy, immoral fashion)

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    Re: Intel CEO: over-ambition resulted in 10nm delays

    All i can see is how they find excuses to slow the progress of technology so they have an excuse to sell longer without upgrading.

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    Re: Intel CEO: over-ambition resulted in 10nm delays

    Is there an antonym for "ambition"? If there isn't, "Intel" fits the bill nicely.

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    Re: Intel CEO: over-ambition resulted in 10nm delays

    riding rough shot over their security flaws is not helping them either, you reap what you sow. I think it's fair to see that AMD more robust approach to this is paying off now, which at the time hurt them even more against intel.

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    Re: Intel CEO: over-ambition resulted in 10nm delays

    Yeah, that and the company lost focus for about almost two years because the previous CEO couldn't keep his wiener in his pants.

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    Re: Intel CEO: over-ambition resulted in 10nm delays

    How does being ambitious cause delays? Funny use of language...

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    Re: Intel CEO: over-ambition resulted in 10nm delays

    Quote Originally Posted by deepblue08 View Post
    How does being ambitious cause delays? Funny use of language...
    Intel were over ambitious with their 10nm, they tried putting countless next generation technologies into it which were relatively untested and were paper tech at best.

    They spent the most part of this decade trying to get all those technologies to work together...and pretty much failed at every turn.

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