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Electronics Production | September 27, 2006

Intel rebuilding; eyeing 45-nm, Otellini says

Eager to turn the corner after a yearlong stretch of rough road that culminated in massive layoffs announced earlier this month, Intel President and CEO Paul Ottelini came out swinging Tuesday (Sept. 26), emphasizing his company's process technology lead over semiconductor industry competitors and implying that the world's top chip maker is making a fresh start.
Asked if a slew of Intel Developer Forum (IDF) announcements and technology breakthroughs—including a programmable processor said to deliver 1 trillion floating point operations per second—would alter the widespread perception that Intel's competitive advantage is eroding, Otellini characterized it as a step in the right direction.

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