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2020/07/28 04:50:19 (permalink)
https://www.cnbc.com/2020/07/27/intel-engineering-executive-murthy-renduchintala-will-leave-company.html
 
An important guy jumping the intel ship before it sinks....  He came over from Qualcomm only like 5 years ago , 
 
Intel said Monday that Venkata “Murthy” Renduchintala, the chipmaker’s chief engineering officer and group president of its technology, systems architecture and client group, will resign on August 3


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    Re: INTEL engineer lead, leaving company..... 2020/07/28 05:17:50 (permalink)
    The making of the GPUs cost Intel dearly.🤔
    Some fans care to shime in?😺

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    Re: INTEL engineer lead, leaving company..... 2020/07/28 07:30:03 (permalink)
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    Venkata “Murthy” Renduchintala

    Sounds like a villain's name from a generic Netflix movie.
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    Re: INTEL engineer lead, leaving company..... 2020/07/28 11:55:01 (permalink)
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    Re: INTEL engineer lead, leaving company..... 2020/07/28 13:21:31 (permalink)
    He left because they didn't make him CEO after Krzanich left. 
     
    That's the real deal.
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    Re: INTEL engineer lead, leaving company..... 2020/07/28 15:23:41 (permalink)
    Well with Intel paying $25 million just for the rights to hire him from Qualcomm in addition to paying him probably more then the $14 million a year he was making at Qualcomm you can really understand why after a few years he might leave after not being made CEO. This is someone who would be able to buy a mansion in mansion land and live the rest of his life in luxury spending. Sure he could have made more if he continued with Intel but I am sure he could budget it for only $250,000 a month to spend....

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    Re: INTEL engineer lead, leaving company..... 2020/07/28 16:31:15 (permalink)
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    Venkata “Murthy” Renduchintala

    Sounds like a villain's name from a generic Netflix movie.


    Not to far from the truth, he needed to go. His was creating a very toxic environment.
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    Re: INTEL engineer lead, leaving company..... 2020/07/29 19:45:18 (permalink)
    He's not jumping ship, Intel is laying him off because he was to some extent responsible for Intel's continual fab failures. I may root for AMD but hopefully Intel can get its fabrication act together after the reorganization, because nobody likes uncompetitive hardware and that will be the result with a third fab node miss in a row. https://www.anandtech.com/show/15932/intel-reorganizes-in-wake-of-7nm-woes-chief-engineering-officer-murthy-renduchintala-to-depart


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    Re: INTEL engineer lead, leaving company..... 2020/07/30 04:38:13 (permalink)
    They've all been sitting on their haunches over there , for far too long ..

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    Re: INTEL engineer lead, leaving company..... 2020/07/30 06:51:33 (permalink)
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    He's not jumping ship, Intel is laying him off because he was to some extent responsible for Intel's continual fab failures. I may root for AMD but hopefully Intel can get its fabrication act together after the reorganization, because nobody likes uncompetitive hardware and that will be the result with a third fab node miss in a row. https://www.anandtech.com/show/15932/intel-reorganizes-in-wake-of-7nm-woes-chief-engineering-officer-murthy-renduchintala-to-depart


    You absolutely need to have Intel producing the “benchmark” chips that are of bulletproof quality. It’s good that AMD is competing - but without Intel the world stops spinning. It sounds like this guy was simply chilling.

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    Re: INTEL engineer lead, leaving company..... 2020/07/30 08:13:23 (permalink)
    major stock pullback, because of yet another major milestone missed - someone has to take the blame
     
    Only the Corp. leadership knows the whole picture.  Was it funding, manpower, bad execution, bad planning, was management kept In or Out of the loop of potential unresolved issues that were a big danger to the timeline
     
    Actually I'm kind of surprised only one person "got the ax"
     
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    Re: INTEL engineer lead, leaving company..... 2020/07/30 10:24:41 (permalink)
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    major stock pullback, because of yet another major milestone missed - someone has to take the blame
     
    Only the Corp. leadership knows the whole picture.  Was it funding, manpower, bad execution, bad planning, was management kept In or Out of the loop of potential unresolved issues that were a big danger to the timeline
     
    Actually I'm kind of surprised only one person "got the ax"




    Reading the pay he was pulling in I am not surprised at all it's only one guy. With how much he was pulling in before being talked into joining Intel which probably paid more at Intel would be enough to pay 70 employees $200,000 a year. For $14 million a year results are expected.

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    Re: INTEL engineer lead, leaving company..... 2020/07/30 10:27:22 (permalink)
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    major stock pullback, because of yet another major milestone missed - someone has to take the blame

    Only the Corp. leadership knows the whole picture.  Was it funding, manpower, bad execution, bad planning, was management kept In or Out of the loop of potential unresolved issues that were a big danger to the timeline

    Actually I'm kind of surprised only one person "got the ax"




    Reading the pay he was pulling in I am not surprised at all it's only one guy. With how much he was pulling in before being talked into joining Intel which probably paid more at Intel would be enough to pay 70 employees $200,000 a year. For $14 million a year results are expected.

    His job performance does not match his salary. Hence the boot..ye😼
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    Re: INTEL engineer lead, leaving company..... 2020/07/30 11:26:27 (permalink)
    Wow.  Another woman to pull a company out of trouble.  Good Luck Dr. Ann Kelleher
     
    Where's that article about women being handed CEO positions when companies tank, that I posted?
     
    Thanks
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    Re: INTEL engineer lead, leaving company..... 2020/08/05 13:03:28 (permalink)
    too much of a salary ...
    too much internal hassle with low performance from his part...
     
     
    Intel is cleansing it's own house starting at the top!
     
     
    well fine.. then..
    let's see how this is going to end.

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    Re: INTEL engineer lead, leaving company..... 2020/08/05 14:35:48 (permalink)
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    Wow.  Another woman to pull a company out of trouble.  Good Luck Dr. Ann Kelleher
     
    Where's that article about women being handed CEO positions when companies tank, that I posted?
     
    Thanks

    Putting the cart before the horse a bit. Doesn't look like they have pulled anything out of anything yet.
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    Re: INTEL engineer lead, leaving company..... 2020/08/13 00:45:47 (permalink)
    Intel got caught with their pants down, super hard.  The way I see it, Intel needs to bring back a majoty of their manufaction back to the State side and need something crazy greatness for a GPU market, also made here in the States.  Intel use to make some pretty damn good solid motherbaords as well.  Intel isnt going to win this or stay in the game trying to hit the smaller silcone die this round, need to bring it back home to survive....

     
     
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    Re: INTEL engineer lead, leaving company..... 2020/08/13 09:35:53 (permalink)
    Intel does not have to bring anything back to USA -it's cheaper to produce Chips elsewhere
    cheaper to have FABS near the raw resources
     
    just getting raw materials to US is more expensive let alone any labor or Energy costs...and there is still the pollution cost
     
    they need to invest in fabs and the fab side , R&D and in Engineers - it really doesn't matter where - somewhere cheaper is better for bottom line considering they are competing against multiple fab competitors
     
    TSMC and samsung can produce the chips for less means AMD will have the upper hand for coming years so will any competitor Chips like ARM
     


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    Re: INTEL engineer lead, leaving company..... 2020/08/13 18:49:48 (permalink)
    What?? Half of Intel's fabs ARE in the states. The problem is it's an engineering company no longer run by engineers. If ex-employees are anything to go by Intel's been promoting ladder-climbing execs over engineers with expertise/experience for over a decade


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    Re: INTEL engineer lead, leaving company..... 2020/08/13 20:40:43 (permalink)
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    The problem is it's an engineering company no longer run by engineers. If ex-employees are anything to go by Intel's been promoting ladder-climbing execs over engineers with expertise/experience for over a decade

    Sounds like the same problem Boeing has. Corporate culture that leads to institutional cancer.
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