Interesting article by a former Intel employee. Not that I agree with it but interesting perspective just the same.
The Morphing of Intel's Monopoly
It was a generation ago when Intel, less than three years old, created the three fundamental building blocks of the compute era: the DRAM, the EPROM and the Microprocessor, an incredible feat of innovation by any measure. Manufacturing yield, not power or performance determined success of failure and in the first two
Don't follow his advice to follow google to this "wonderful article".
He is a blogger who gets paid by the number of clicks on these web pages. It's the same behavior that go him kicked off of the Yahoo Message Boards under the handle of D. Nenni.
"Is this the clown who claimed Samsungs 28 nm implementation of Gate first was causing a yield issue, despite it being the exact same gate stack as the 32 nm which has no issues at all?"
Samsung has yet to ship a 28nm part so..........
Can Samsung Deliver As Promised?