Shortly after Pat Gelsinger took command of Intel, rumors about changes started to fly. SemiAccurate heard about a few of them from several credible sources but then the chatter stopped and the impending axes did not fall.
Today’s reorganization of Intel and the departure of Navin Shenoy were at the head of that list in Q1. Then the sources that were adamant about Shenoy’s near term departure, among others, and an impending reorg, suddenly went silent. When asked no one had a concrete answer so SemiAccurate dug and found a lot of speculation but few concrete answers. Pieced together a clear picture emerged about the ‘new’ Intel under Gelsinger and the direction that it will take. Here is what SemiAccurate found.
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