In advance of Intel's first event dedicated to their Foundry business, I had the opportunity to sit down one-on-one with CEO Pat Gelsinger and talk about the company's strategic goals.
US restrictions on chipmaking tools a critical factor
Transistors have been doubling every three years instead of two
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Pat Gelsinger laments Intel's lack of vision and the cancellation of the Larrabee project
Past decisions could have left Intel in a much more competitive position
But he's happy for Intel Foundry Services to manufacture Arm chips
Big quote: It's often said that there are three significant influences on global politics (and wars): oil, land, and religion. According to Intel boss Pat Gelsinger, semiconductors will join that list and become more important than the location of oil reserves for the next five decades.
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