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Kurumi Tokisaki 12-11-2019 12:55 PM

[WCCFTECH] Intel CEO Wants To Destroy The Thinking About Having 90% Share In CPU Market, Talks 10nm Problems, 7nm Roadmap And More
 
https://wccftech.com/intel-ceo-beyond-cpu-7nm-more/

Interesting read. Sounds like Intel is throwing in the towel on the CPU market. Unless I am missing something.

m4fox90 12-11-2019 12:57 PM

Recognizing they no longer are capable of living in a unipolar world is big. Just gotta wonder how long it will take for that to trickle down to their fans.

skupples 12-11-2019 01:14 PM

soooo lets start shorting intel?

mcbaes72 12-11-2019 01:36 PM

Hmm...maybe they saw Steve's video on Gamers Nexus which reported AMD is ahead in sales 9-to-1 and is searching for reasons to blame like too much time in CPU market, missed opportunities, etc. How about adding: "we charged consumers twice as much for years until AMD became relevant again and we pissed off our loyal customers".

I wish they talked more about where all that profit went to. Maybe the failed 10nm project, maybe the questionable GPU project, and so on.

I want to see if 7nm in 2021 really does happen to keep competition up or if AMD will continue to dominate with their Ryzen 4000 series and talks of 5nm process around the same time in 2021.

skupples 12-11-2019 01:45 PM

they pissed me off when they nixed the x820k sku. Slowest of the over 16 lane chips.

WannaBeOCer 12-11-2019 01:50 PM

This is nothing new, they've been chanting about being a data company since 2017 and their innovations in storage show exactly that.

opt33 12-11-2019 02:38 PM

yep, given it is inevitable that intel will lose a significant portion of cpu market share over next couple years because of prior mistakes, the new intel CEO is smartly resetting stockholder expectations with a positive spin by concentrating on segments where the company has growth potential. Understandably, he doesnt want to be blamed for what is going to happen to intels cpu market share in near future, nor should he be.

speed_demon 12-11-2019 02:45 PM

That's not how shareholders are going to see things. Investors want to see their money growing in one form or another, with short term set backs of under 5 years being okay as long as the long term horizon means they keep gaining value relative to their purchase price. So the question on the shareholder's mind then becomes "Did I invest in a chip producer or something else entirely?"

rluker5 12-11-2019 07:13 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Kurumi Tokisaki (Post 28233608)
https://wccftech.com/intel-ceo-beyond-cpu-7nm-more/

Interesting read. Sounds like Intel is throwing in the towel on the CPU market. Unless I am missing something.

That would be like saying AMD is throwing in the towel on Zen if they came out with Big Navi.
Swan is saying that the cpu market alone is no longer big enough for Intel and they want more business than just that market has to offer. You have to specifically read his quote to get this. Intel is also making Optane now, geting into the gpu market, and making more custom silicon stuff.

AMD is definitely more competitive in the cpu market now, so maybe Swan is trying to save face, but he is not throwing in the towel for the cpu market.

RichKnecht 12-11-2019 07:19 PM

With the new AMD chips coming out soon, Intel is in for a world of hurt. I'm still an Intel fan, but you can't look away from AMD's progress and performance. I'm not moving to AMD as I have too much invested in X299, but I am sure there will be many who make the switch and there will be a lot of used Intel HEDT chips for sale.


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