Intel’s CEO Denounces Company’s Employees: Dissatisfied with Intel's Execution
Following the sequence of product delays, Intel’s chief executive officer Craig Barrett addressed the company’s management and employees a letter criticizing the company’s execution and vowing for all-out mobilization to bring the company back on track in terms of technology.
Intel Corporation’s latest products, such as Pentium 4 “Prescott” processor, Pentium M “Dothan” processor, as well as some other SKUs, including the forthcoming mobile chipset code-named Alviso, all faced delays because of various reasons. Furthermore, the company had to call back certain Grantsdale and Alderwood (i915 and i925X) chipset products as a result of a flaw with process technology, which cost the firm about $38 million.
The company has never experienced so many product postponements and even though the firm still delivers positive financial results its CEO addressed the technology issues with his letter parts from which are published by News.com web-site.
Craig Barrett is running 12 months behind in his letter to Intel employees.;)
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