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    Intel's Chief Engineering Officer departs in reshuffle

    Dr. Murthy Renduchintala leaves after four years. Dr. Ann Kelleher steps into the breach.
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    Trouble at Mill!

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    Re: Intel's Chief Engineering Officer departs in reshuffle

    I was watching Jim's video about this. Apparently there was a tussle between Dr. Murthy Renduchintala and Jim Keller,and Jim Keller left,and Raja Koduri and others were to be pushed out.


    Those despicable Elk,stealing the pond weed!

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    Re: Intel's Chief Engineering Officer departs in reshuffle

    Quote Originally Posted by CAT-THE-FIFTH View Post
    I was watching Jim's video about this. Apparently there was a tussle between Dr. Murthy Renduchintala and Jim Keller,and Jim Keller left,and Raja Koduri and others were to be pushed out.
    Well, you need to be an idiot or to have some illegal agreement to keep this dude and leave good engineers to go.

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    Re: Intel's Chief Engineering Officer departs in reshuffle

    According to Adored TV...The regime at Intel promotes the "Blue Team - Green Team" division.
    The Blue Team gets all the perks, sports facilities, bonuses etc. The Green Team (mostly contractors) gets nowt. They are excluded from product discussions etc.
    It's a corrosive culture, and was brought in by Otellini.
    Apparently there has been an ego fight between Renduchintala and Koduri, with the latter being denied resources, as the hyper ambitious pair both had eyes on the top of the Intel tree.
    It appears Koduri has won this one.
    Going forward - Swan is still the chief bean-counter, and although Ms Kelleher is a highly qualified engineer - It remains to be seen how much influence she can have on improving the current corrosive culture...and what will be Intel's share price be, in 12 months time?

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    Re: Intel's Chief Engineering Officer departs in reshuffle

    Quote Originally Posted by Thanos
    This...does put a smile on my face
    Mine too Thanos, mine too.

    I'm glad that people responsible for Intels immediate failures are feeling the results of when the damocles sword falls after someone cuts the string.

    Intel is in a very delicate place right now wherein they are losing trust, losing dominance and definitely now starting reap what they sowed. Hopefully the reshuffle can change an internal culture that absolutely need to change and for the better rather than for the worse.
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