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Windows 7: Intel to cut 12,000 jobs

19 Apr 2016   #1

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Intel to cut 12,000 jobs

From the BBC

"US tech giant Intel is shedding 12,000 jobs as it seeks to cut reliance on the declining personal computer market.

The maker of computer chips will take a $1.2bn charge to cover restructuring costs."

Intel to cut 12,000 jobs from global operations - BBC News


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19 Apr 2016   #2


Probably will not impact their desktop 2016 CPU families even though the PC market is shrinking. Broadwell-E which will be targeted at enthusiasts and extreme desktop users. Apollo Lake and Kaby Lake-U chips for the embedded segment to power low-energy devices and the Kaby Lake-S mainstream platform and Skylake-S chips featuring the GT4e chips with embedded DRAM.
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