Intel CEO: Semiconductor Shortage Could Last Several Years

Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger has reiterated the company’s view that the semiconductor shortage could last several years.

Intel CEO: Global Semiconductor Shortage Will Last a Couple of 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 Plans to Make Chips for the Auto Industry

Intel is planning to make chips for the auto industry, with the first chips being made in the next six to nine months.

Intel CEO Wants Apple Back As a Customer

Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger has his sights set on regaining Apple as a customer, thanks to Intel’s planned factories in Arizona.

Intel Investing $20 Billion to Build Two Arizona Plants

Intel has announced it is investing $20 billion to build two new chip factories in Arizona.

Intel Outsources i3 to TSMC

Intel has decided to outsource its i3 processors to TSMC, after considering such a move for months.

Intel’s CEO-To-Be Takes Shots At Apple

Intel’s soon-to-be CEO is already taking shots at Apple, as the new M1 Macs offer significant advantages over Intel-based machines.

VMware’s Pat Gelsinger to Replace Bob Swan as Intel CEO

Intel has announced VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger will replace Bob Swan as CEO, effective February 15.

VMware Posts Q3 Results, Beats Estimates

Dell Technologies’ VMware posted its third-quarter results, beating estimates on strong subscription and SaaS growth.

Digital Transformation Is More Important Than Ever, Says VMware CEO

In this environment, digital transformation is more important than ever, says VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger. If you think of it only a few percentages of employees worked from home before this (pandemic). Now it’s 97 percent.