Basically, no more RT machines. ARM chips simple dont work for real productive software applications. Plain-and-simple. I predicted this back in October & I have been proven right again.
More & more evidence coming out that he couldnt work with either Cook or Ballmer. New CEO needs to know how to form partnerships & close deals. Paul O. was the worst thing to happen to Intel shareholders. Good riddance.
Otellini is a terrible CEO. The sooner May 1 gets here the better. This clown might have ruined Intel forever with his bad deals and meekish behavior towards competitors & "allies" like Microsoft.
The piece of garbage Otellini leaves the company in a bind without a successor. He didnt know how to lead the company during his 8 years & he doesnt even know how to leave correctly.
Israel is getting closer to war each day & Intel management decides to build a leading fab in the middle of that country. another absurd decision by Intel execs. Disservice to shareholders.
Andy Grove ran a tight ship. There was accountability. There was fear. And, there were results for shareholders. I dont see that with Paul O's tenure. WTH are the results? Intel has gotten way too fat - over 100K employees. Are you kidding me? How can you grow # of employees without showing growth. Worst CEO Intel ever had.
Otellini made a HUGE strategic mistake by allowing Microsft to develop Windows 8 for ARM, and letting them release a #$%$ version of Windows 8 for traditional PCs. This is on top of the Nokia/Meego disaster. Paul O. messed this up bigtime & shareholders will be paying for it for a long time.
Thats just pathetic. Reflection of poor leadership & communication of vision at Intel.