New CEO Brian Krzanich: "FULL STRATEGY" WILL BE VISIBLE LATER THIS YEAR!
While not disclosing details of the new strategy, Mr. Krzanich said it would exploit its manufacturing-technology leadership while taking Intel into devices where it doesn't dominate today--not just smartphones and tablets, which are frequently discussed, but into areas such as wearable computing.
The company has long been on the forefront pushing chip production advances, which include shrinking the size of transistors on chips at a regular cadence often referred to as Moore's Law--a reference to Intel co-founder Gordon Moore.
While elements of the strategy will become apparent soon, the "full strategy" won't become visible until later this year, Mr. Krzanich said.
By the "full strategy" he is probably referring to the yet undisclosed strategic partner/foundry partner Paul O. alluded to in the quarterly conference call that is likely aimed to create an entirely new market of wearable computers. Wearable computing is the next evolution of mobility and may start with 14nm technology. There has been no reason to announce these alliances since 14nm is a 2014 and after event, but the device makers that partner with Intel will be the first to enter that market because no one is going to be able to deliver the needed technology in volume ahead of Intel.
Sorry to interpret but who do you think this undisclosed partner is? I do not own any stock in intel but own UNXL (unipixel) rumored to be ecosystem with Intel? Also thinking about buying some intel today