Despite getting its butt seriously kicked by AMD, Apple, TSMC and others, Intel is still the world's biggest maker of CPUs for traditional computers, and it has announced its first new transistor architecture is more than a decade, along with an "industry-first" for backside power delivery and "continued leadership in advanced 3D packaging innovations," along with its first customer announcements for its Intel Foundry Services (IFS).
After the last decade of mostly incremental changes and 7nm missteps, along with getting its butt seriously kicked by AMD, Intel's CEO Pat Gelsinger has announced an ‘IDM 2.0’ strategy for manufacturing, innovation and product leadership. Is Intel back?
ANALYSIS In announcing the departure of Bob Swan as chief executive, Intel has made sure to mention that the announcement has nothing to do with either its financial performance in 2020 or its failure to introduce 7nm CPUs on time.
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