Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger had bad news for everyone hoping the semiconductor shortage would end soon, saying it won’t happened until 2023.
Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger isn’t pulling any punches about why Intel has struggled recently, blaming his predecessors for leading the company the wrong way.
Intel has ruled out the possibility of building a factory in the UK, thanks to Brexit.
Intel is ramping up its efforts to encourage its employees to get the COVID vaccine, offering a $250 incentive.
Intel has scored a big win in its efforts to rebuild its semiconductor manufacturing, with Qualcomm and Amazon set to use its foundries.
Intel reported its Q2 results, beating expectations on strong semiconductor demand.
Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger has reiterated the company’s view that the semiconductor shortage could last several years.
Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger has weighed in on the global semiconductor shortage, and it’s not good news for those wanting a quick fix.
Intel is planning to make chips for the auto industry, with the first chips being made in the next six to nine months.