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SlideshowIntel Eyes Fab 5G Future, Not Another Mobile Mess

On the Intel Inside
Sandra Rivera, the vice president of Intel's data center group and general manager of its network platforms division, is betting on the potential of 5G.
Sandra Rivera, the vice president of Intel's data center group and general manager of its network platforms division, is betting on the potential of 5G.

KiptainLene 4/24/2017 | 6:31:19 AM
Fashion Best of Best really well said
mhui0 4/21/2017 | 9:40:46 PM
Re: I wish them well but They were not wrong. They were just early.
NorthwestTony 4/14/2017 | 7:01:17 PM
I wish them well but Intel is like the smartest kid in the class, who solves partial differential equations on the school bus for fun but doesn't have the social skills to play with the other kids.  When the college cheerleader asked him to take her to the prom, Otellini penciled it out and decided to pass on the iPhone.  In the 90s they bought DEC's ARM chip business for $700M, sold it 9 years later for $600M - then Atom got crushed by ARM chips.  Around the turn of the millenium they had the vision to start a global data center business from scratch, but lost their way and shut it down about 5 minutes before cloud computing became the next big thing.  It could have been Amazon Web Services!  And what in the end was Intel Media all about?  For a company that prides itself on Operational Excellence above all else, Intel has a horrible record executing its many good ideas that don't revolve around x86 fabrication.
danielcawrey 4/14/2017 | 12:34:00 PM
Atom The problem with Atom is that is required a specific form factor. Remember netbooks? They were the prime use case for Atom.

When compared to ARM's designs, that was a big problem. ARM chips didn't require a fan and were lower power when compared to Atom at the time. That's really why Intel couldn't get into the mobile market properly. 
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