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"intel" Discussed on MarketFoolery

MarketFoolery

08:06 min | 15 hrs ago

"intel" Discussed on MarketFoolery

"Me for Intel to make this move. Pat gelsinger and the CEO at Intel compared mobile eye to Tesla, which I suppose I would say that if I were a bad girl singer or sure what $1 trillion company can we compare this to? Let me think. But to go back to something you just touched on, it seems like at least part of the calculus for Intel in this move is maybe informed by what they have seen with rivian and the fact that, as you said, it's a $70 billion company with no vehicles on the road. And look, this is one of those things that shouldn't matter to investors like you and me, but it actually does because it involves institutions buying shares in blocks much larger than you or I or anyone. Listen to yourself, but okay. But you look at, you look at what happened with, let me put it this way. It's hard for me to look at what's happened with rivian and draw a conclusion other than there's an appetite among institutional investors for. Tesla type investments that aren't Tesla. They've already made their investment in Tesla. They know it's going to be they missed it or they missed it. Or they got in later than they wanted to. And they want and they recognize it's not going to be just like there's not one automaker. There's not going to be one electric vehicle maker. There are going to be multiples. They're going to be multiple winners. And so some of that money is going to go into businesses like Mobileye. Yeah, no, absolutely. And mobilize to me as a picks and pans play on the industry. You know, you go back in time and obviously, obviously, I don't know that this is a huge insight, but I'm going to make it anyway. The automobile turned out to be a pretty big deal here in the United States of America and around the world. And yet we went from hundreds of auto companies in the 1940s to essentially four American companies at the beginning of the century. I mean, that was how it worked out. This will be a similar this will be a similar. You know, it's going to be a rough go for business for an industry that really does have a lot of great things in front of us. This will be a lord of the flies industry. I believe that to be true. But companies like Mobileye, which are which are providing, which aren't really worried so much about which company wins, I mean, I think that they're in a really great spot. The market also thinks that they're in a really great spot. And pat gelsinger to your point recognizes that the rest of Intel isn't in a great spot, but you know what would help? Some cash. The timing is such that right now we're looking at the middle of 2022. So for those in the business media who are looking to aggregate their list of IPOs to watch in 2022, it's Christmas come early, because you can put mobile out on that list. One less thing to do. Yes. Speaking of media and aggregation and list building, BuzzFeed went public yesterday, via a special purpose acquisition company. I think everybody knows BuzzFeed, or is at least, if not a regular consumer, at some point, someone has sent you a BuzzFeed article or a list of some sort or it's popped up in your Twitter or Instagram feed. And it wasn't a great day. In terms of what happened with it closed down 11%, there was sort of that early pop. We got the reports over the weekend that a lot of people were initially interested in this, and then they just sort of walked away. And I mentioned all this because not to pick on BuzzFeed, but I do wonder we've seen so many companies go public via spac. Some of them in terms of getting attention from investors and the business media. They barely resonate. It's barely a blip. This is a well-known business. And so, therefore, it got more attention than the size of the business would warrant. And I'm wondering if you think this signals not the end of spacs, but part of me feels like whatever heat spacs had as a category, this was just one more bucket of cold water being dumped on it. I know how much you love for your guests to read on this show. I know you love this. But I do have to read something that we at The Motley Fool put out about a year ago. And it was about specs and a year ago now basically there were a lot of people who believe that the way that you invest was to buy us back, wait for it to announce sell it and then buy another spac and they were going to get rich that way. And we're not trying to get you to invest in spacs or to be excited about them. Every investment fed in history has ended badly for the majority of investors and we expect nothing different from specs when all is said and done. It's not to say we told you so because it's dumb to say we told you so, but it is to say that in our job, every once in a while, it's really unnerving to watch people to try and play the investment game in a way that it ought not be played in a way that things aren't really done, because you would hope they would figure it out, but usually figuring out that you're playing a game that you don't understand comes with some pain. And the spac market this year has been horrible. There are spacs that have come out public this year that are down more than 90%. And it's incredible to think about. So in the case of BuzzFeed, maybe because it is a higher profile company, this may be the very the death knell of our thinking about spacs as being magic beanstalk beans. It's a way of coming public. Nothing more nothing less than there are things about spacs that are better than coming public through a traditional initial public offering. But then there are things that are a lot worse and they're really should have been some sort of breaks put on BuzzFeed when 94% of the pre market money decided to redeem rather than go public with the company. Because that as they say is bad. Well, hopefully this has a similar and yet opposite effect from what we were talking about earlier with mobilize and rivian in the same way that someone at Intel might have looked at what was happening with rivian and said, you know, if we spin up mobile eye, we could probably make a decent buff. I'm sure I am a 100% confident. There were digital media companies watching closely with their fingers crossed on Monday when BuzzFeed went public via spac because they were thinking, boy, if this works, then we can do the same thing. And hopefully, at least some of those digital media companies and the people running them are looking at what's happened to BuzzFeed and.

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Fresh update on "intel" discussed on MarketFoolery

MarketFoolery

02:21 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "intel" discussed on MarketFoolery

"Me for Intel to make this move. Pat gelsinger and the CEO at Intel compared mobile eye to Tesla, which I suppose I would say that if I were a bad girl singer or sure what $1 trillion company can we compare this to? Let me think. But to go back to something you just touched on, it seems like at least part of the calculus for Intel in this move is maybe informed by what they have seen with rivian and the fact that, as you said, it's a $70 billion company with no vehicles on the road. And look, this is one of those things that shouldn't matter to investors like you and me, but it actually does because it involves institutions buying shares in blocks much larger than you or I or anyone. Listen to yourself, but okay. But you look at, you look at what happened with, let me put it this way. It's hard for me to look at what's happened with rivian and draw a conclusion other than there's an appetite among institutional investors for. Tesla type investments that aren't Tesla. They've already made their investment in Tesla. They know it's going to be they missed it or they missed it. Or they got in later than they wanted to. And they want and they recognize it's not going to be just like there's not one automaker. There's not going to be one electric vehicle maker. There are going to be multiples. They're going to be multiple winners. And so some of that money is going to go into businesses like Mobileye. Yeah, no, absolutely. And mobilize to me as a picks and pans play on the industry. You know, you go back in time and obviously, obviously, I don't know that this is a huge insight, but I'm going to make it anyway. The automobile turned out to be a pretty big deal here in the United States of America and around the world. And yet we went from hundreds of auto companies in the 1940s to essentially four American companies at the beginning of the century. I mean, that was how it worked out. This will be a similar this will be a similar. You know, it's going to be a rough go for business for an industry that really does have a lot of great things in front of us. This will be a lord of the flies industry. I believe that to be true. But companies like Mobileye, which are which are providing, which aren't really worried so much about which company wins, I mean, I think that they're in a really great spot. The market also thinks that they're in a really great spot. And pat gelsinger to your point recognizes that the rest of Intel isn't in a great spot, but you know what would help? Some cash. The timing is such that right now we're looking at the middle of 2022. So for those in the business media who are looking to aggregate their list of IPOs to watch in 2022, it's Christmas come early, because you can put mobile out on that list. One less thing to do. Yes. Speaking of media and aggregation and list building, BuzzFeed went public yesterday, via a special purpose acquisition company. I think everybody knows BuzzFeed, or is at least, if not a regular consumer, at some point, someone has sent you a BuzzFeed article or a list of some sort or it's popped up in your Twitter or Instagram feed. And it wasn't a great day. In terms of what happened with it closed down 11%, there was sort of that early pop. We got the reports over the weekend that a lot of people were initially interested in this, and then they just sort of walked away. And I mentioned all this because not to pick on BuzzFeed, but I do wonder we've seen so many companies go public via spac. Some of them in terms of getting attention from investors and the business media. They barely resonate. It's barely a blip. This is a well-known business. And so, therefore, it got more attention than the size of the business would warrant. And I'm wondering if you think this signals not the end of spacs, but part of me feels like whatever heat spacs had as a category, this was just one more bucket of cold water being dumped on it. I know how much you love for your guests to read on this show. I know you love this. But I do have to read something that we at The Motley Fool put out about a year ago. And it was about specs and a year ago now basically there were a lot of people who believe that the way that you invest was to buy us back, wait for it to announce sell it and then buy another spac and they were going to get rich that way. And we're not trying to get you to invest in spacs or to be excited about them. Every investment fed in history has ended badly for the majority of investors and we expect nothing different from specs when all is said and done. It's not to say we told you so because it's dumb to say we told you so, but it is to say that in our job, every once in a while, it's really unnerving to watch people to try and play the investment game in a way that it ought not be played in a way that things aren't really done, because you would hope they would figure it out, but usually figuring out that you're playing a game that you don't understand comes with some pain. And the spac market this year has been horrible. There are spacs that have come out public this year that are down more than 90%. And it's incredible to think about. So in the case of BuzzFeed, maybe because it is a higher profile company, this may be the very the death knell of our thinking about spacs as being magic beanstalk beans. It's a way of coming public. Nothing more nothing less than there are things about spacs that are better than coming public through a traditional initial public offering. But then there are things that are a lot worse and they're really should have been some sort of breaks put on BuzzFeed when 94% of the pre market money decided to redeem rather than go public with the company. Because that as they say is bad. Well, hopefully this has a similar and yet opposite effect from what we were talking about earlier with mobilize and rivian in the same way that someone at Intel might have looked at what was happening with rivian and said, you know, if we spin up mobile eye, we could probably make a decent buff. I'm sure I am a 100% confident. There were digital media companies watching closely with their fingers crossed on Monday when BuzzFeed went public via spac because they were thinking, boy, if this works, then we can do the same thing. And hopefully, at least some of those digital media companies and the people running them are looking at what's happened to BuzzFeed and.

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'The View' Co-Host Morgan Ortagus Clashes With Adam Schiff Over Discredited Dossier

The Dan Bongino Show

03:15 min | Last month

'The View' Co-Host Morgan Ortagus Clashes With Adam Schiff Over Discredited Dossier

"So I guess Adam Schiff thought he was on the view and it was a safe space for him or whatever it is was he being micro aggressive or what But Morgan ortegas was having none of it So she asked him about his constant promotion of the dossier I want you to keep in mind as you're listening to this Keep this clearly in mind That Adam Schiff and I am quoting him directly please go to the Internet and double check me Always Double check everything I tell you Adam Schiff had said repeatedly that there was smoking gun evidence that Trump had colluded with the Russians We now know that whatever Adam's shift said was evidence was in fact nonsense created by the Clinton campaign And notice how he doesn't apologize I want you to notice here he throws out another debunk conspiracy theory that Paul Manafort was dealing with a Russian intelligence agent Constantine kilimnik That's who he's talking about in this cut Constant the kilimnik was in fact a source for the Obama administration too So if Paul Manafort was dealing with some Russian spy then we have a damage assessment to do about the Biden Obama Biden administration which had trusted this guy This is a great clip Did you cut it into two No the whole thing Okay all right play that cut And let's not forget what we learned in that investigation We learned that the Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort was giving internal polling data campaign polling data to Russian intelligence while Russian intelligence was helping the Trump to be clear if he was fired halfway through the campaign Well he may have been fired Yeah But the effort to get Russian help continued and even beyond the effort to get Russian help But you made president information yourself for years by promoting this I think that's what Republicans and what people who entrusted you as they Intel committee chair are so confused about your culpability in all of this Well I completely disagree with your premise It's one thing to say allegations should be investigated and they work It's another to say that we should have foreseen an advance that some people were lying to Christopher Steele which is impossible of course to do But let's not use that as a smokescreen to somehow shield Donald Trump's culpability for inviting Russia to help him in the election which they did for trying to course Ukraine into helping him in the next election Which he did into inciting an erection insurrection which he did None of that is undercut None of that serious misconduct is in any way diminished by the fact that people lie to Christopher Steele No I think just your credibility is Did he say Donald Trump was inciting an erection You would like to say that on the radio Yeah I thought I heard that right Adam get your head out of the gutter Get your head out of the gutter you slob Disgusting Adam Schiff it's gross Talk like that on the radio But notice how he continues to parrot fairytales that no one could have possibly known Christopher Steele was lying Really Because the FBI as of January of 2017 when they interviewed Christopher Steele determined that Christopher Steele was in fact

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Fresh update on "intel" discussed on MarketFoolery

MarketFoolery

01:01 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "intel" discussed on MarketFoolery

"Foolery. I'm Chris hill with me today. The one and only Bill man. Good to see you. I am back and stocks are back. Stock stuff. Everything's good. Past four weeks, it's all forgotten because we've got two days in a row where everything's everything's good again. Everything's good. It's really unbelievable. You and I both, as part of our jobs, but also because we're extroverts deal with interact with people all the time about the stock market. And it's really incredible what 48 hours of gains will do to people's moods. It's amazing. Today we have a big announcement in tech. We've got a small deal in spacs. And we'll get to all of that. But we're going to start with one of the stocks that is heading higher. And that is AutoZone because shares are hitting a new all time high after first quarter profits and revenue came in higher than expected. Same store sales were up 13 and a half percent. And I'm curious what you think of the business in this moment in time. I will just say, let's just put aside for a second the spring of 2020 and what happened to the stock then? Because that's an aberration. With AutoZone, there's basically a two year stretch from early 2017 to late 2018 where the company and therefore the stock went through a rough patch. And other than that, this is a missile. The hindsight is 2020 amazing stock of this century. This is one of those easy to miss because it's not sexy businesses that has just done nothing but reward shareholders. So unsexy and not only that and we're going to talk about a related story in just a few minutes. Auto parts has seemed to have been something that you would look at and you'd say from a trend basis. The rise in electric vehicles is going to make the auto parts business somewhat obsolete. But it turns out, I mean, this company, I don't have the numbers in front of me, so it will be exciting just to make one up. The stock has gone up something like 633% per year for 20 years. It has maybe a little high. Yeah, I think that's a little high. Maybe that's a little high, but it has generated Starbucks like and Costco like just fantastic long-term returns, which as an analyst, you would never go in and say, oh yeah, you've got a company that's going to keep growing 20% for year for 20 years. You would be fired instantly, you know, buy a bag, right? Like if that's the thesis you're putting out there, but that's exactly what it's done. And this quarter and you're right, 13% same store sales over 2020. Okay, 2020 was weird. But they're just crushing it. They are absolutely just crushing it 38% growth in earnings per share. And this is a company that has just done this year after year after year. And one of the benefits that we get from seeing a management team in place and how they operate for this amount of time is among the track records they build up is how good or bad they may be at capital allocation. And when you look at AutoZone, the way they've managed their store count the way that they have employed buybacks as a method of rewarding shareholders, you've got to tip your hat to them. And William Rhodes is the CEO of autosome companies based in Memphis, Tennessee. He's a Tennessee guy. He's 57, 56 years old, so he's a young guy. And you know, as you and I know he's getting younger. 56, getting younger all the time, but like he has he has plenty of time to continue to run the show. He's been at AutoZone essentially his entire career from once he got out of business school. And you know, you're exactly right. It is one of the things that we look to and it's the difference between the companies that are in businesses like this that are commodity driven having a CEO like William Rhodes makes the difference. Intel shares moving higher because they announced it next year, they're going to spin off mobile eye, which is Intel's self-driving car division. In an IPO that could value mobile I in the neighborhood of $50 billion, which is a very respectable number. Just a lot. And significantly higher than the $15 billion Intel paid for it back in 2017. Before we get, well, let's start with Intel and then we'll get to the potential for Mobileye. But in terms of Intel, a stock that has been challenged over the past few years, this seems like a way to unlock value that is getting appreciated on Wall Street. Yeah, not just unlocking value and Chris, when we were talking about doing this doing this story earlier. I was aware that the reports had come out that they were thinking about doing this. And I thought to myself, didn't Intel buy mobile eye like last week? Maybe that's maybe that's a sign of the pandemic that to me 2019 is still last year. But it really seems like they just bought it, but yes, Intel has already come out and said they have a massive amount of restructuring and reconfiguring that they're going to do in their core chip business and cashing in a little bit of mobile makes, it makes an immense amount of sense. And they're going to still retain control of it both financial and voting control. So they're not thoroughly spinning it back out. It will remain a subsidiary of Intel. But in a world in which companies like rivian automotive and lucid or out there with 70 billion plus market caps and have produced nothing, this makes all the sense in the world for.

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Thousands of intel officers refusing vaccine risk dismissal

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last month

Thousands of intel officers refusing vaccine risk dismissal

"Thousands of intelligence officers who are refusing to get the coveted nineteen vaccine could soon lose their jobs intelligence officers are particularly hard to replace because of the highly specialized work they do and the difficulties involved in completing security clearance checks how many intelligence officers are not vaccinated the office of the director of national intelligence isn't saying CIA director William burns says ninety seven percent of his CIA officers have been vaccinated the congressman Chris Stewart a Utah Republican who's a member of the house intelligence committee says in some agencies the number of unvaccinated workers is as high as forty percent the government's vaccine mandate deadline for civilian employees is November twenty second I'm ready to fall late

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Fresh update on "intel" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

Bloomberg Businessweek

01:11 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "intel" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

"Bloomberg world Hank waters I'm Charlie Pelé technology leading the biggest stock rally since March the NASDAQ 100 index up now by 3% as that composite index up 3.1% Nez stack is up 472 points The S&P's advancing by 96 now up 2.1% the Dow holding onto a gain of 503 points up now by 1.4% Major averages rallying on optimism the amrik arm variant will not derail global growth treasuries fell sending two years to the highest two year yields to the highest in 9 months Right now gold is up three tenths of 1% 1784 the ounce The ten year yield 1.46% tenured on ten 30 seconds Bitcoin up 1.9% 51,060 right now after that weekend swoon we've got Bitcoin again up now by 1.8% Cold as I mentioned up three tenths where Texas intermediate crude up 3.8% 72 15 a barrel Intel plans to list shares of its mobilized self-driving car business by the middle of next year letting the chip maker capitalize on its investment in a growing industry Shares of Intel they are advancing today right now we do have Intel shares up by just about 5% Again recapping stocks higher S&P up 96 up 2.1% I'm Charlie pellet That is a Bloomberg business flash All right Charlie thank.

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"intel" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:13 min | Last month

"intel" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"To remind me of pin trading at at conferences and even at theme parks Were you get you get you try to collect all the pins and and if you get. Three of the pins Let's say you you've got you've got the pin for fief star are you. You've got the pin of of jim in with rock bison from bt s And you're you're looking to trade with someone for the jae ho pin these. Nfc's can be like pins right. They they they you can go into the metaverse. And you've got nf t for the only one of suga suga dance and You're looking at your you've got you wanna trade. You wanna find someone even collect all set. Yeah i think also with the video game stuff his. We've i think we've hit probably upper level. We are no longer elastic when it comes to video game pricing especially as physical packaging industry in distribution has kind of gone the way of the dodo and so the more that these companies can figure out ways that they can get more revenue in because charging more for the game is something that is kind of hit a wall. They're going to explore obviously micro transactions have been controversial video games. But that's where they've seen the growth and empties certainly more of a part of it. And if you really want to commemorate that time that you did that thing or there are are ways that you want to remember having a fond a moment in in the game than i do. Think that especially at scale those. Those could be worthwhile to the consumer a company. You don't need permission to dance. But you do need permission to get my. Nfc of junk cook and his dock. Indeed tom every company has an opinion on this chip shortage. Lenovo says it will continue into the first after next year. Qualcomm says it thinks it's shortage will begin to ease by the end of this year. And intel's pat gal. Zinger is the gloomiest zeh. Listening is not going to end this year. Not gonna end next year. No those i raise. Essential are going to come out in twenty three. While much of the chip shirted comes from a flood of orders causing a backlog some it also comes from shipping and logistics issues and none of these statements will help you get your products faster. If it's delay entered danish shipping shipping maersk. Anyone who's lived anywhere near a port has seen the ships grains and containers with the mir name on them might also catch them on a train rolling. By as you are sitting in traffic the company moves. Twenty percent of the world's ocean freight and merrick's just happens to have recently bought visible. Logistics company would nine us commerce belmont centers that back orders for retailers controlling..

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Fresh update on "intel" discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

Techmeme Ride Home

00:57 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "intel" discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

"Smartphone TV and home appliance operations, Samsung said, Samsung said Han has played a major role in the conglomerates leadership in the TV sector and that he would be, quote, expected to strengthen the synergies among the different businesses in the set division and help drive new businesses and technologies. Samsung is expected to announce further reshuffles for executives below the CEO and president levels in a couple of days. Intel plans to take its Mobileye unit public sources say at greater than a $50 billion valuation, Intel only acquired the mobile self-driving car company in 2017 for about $15 billion, so this is a heck of a flip if it pans out, coating The Wall Street Journal. Mobile I and Israeli company specializes in chip based camera systems that power automated driving features and cars. It originally went public in 2014. Mobilized revenues have roughly tripled since Intel bought it. It had $326 million of revenue in the third quarter, a 39% year over year increase. Until itself had over $19 billion in revenue in the period. By realistic shares of Mobileye Intel could tap into surging investor demand for companies betting on the future of transportation, the initial public offering market has also been on a tear with investors clamoring for new technology issues. Mobileye was created when most cars still relied principally on seatbelts, anti lac brakes, and airbags to keep occupants safe. They set out to create vision based systems that help cars see the road and communicate with critical systems, including steering and braking, to respond to situations that could.

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US intel doesn't expect to determine origins of COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last month

US intel doesn't expect to determine origins of COVID-19

"U. S. intelligence agencies do not know covert nineteen origins and that may never know barring an unforeseen break through the intelligence community says there is no way to conclude whether the virus was spread from animals to humans or at least from a lap the director of national intelligence has released a fuller version of its review of the origins expanding on findings released in August intelligence agencies and then the work divided analysts did not think the virus was developed as a bio weapon most agencies did not believe it was genetically engineered China has resisted global pressure to fully cooperate with probes into the pandemic amid speculation the virus came from a lab in Wuhan Sager mag ani Washington

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Fresh update on "intel" discussed on Balance of Power

Balance of Power

00:39 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "intel" discussed on Balance of Power

"This is balanced power on Bloomberg television and radio I'm David Weston Markets are rallying driven by tech in particular pretty good to us here So we're at risk on again We are risk on again a good chunk of that can be really just related back to the fact that we were selling off by such a margin last week You got some technical factors in there producer Dan Curtis pointing out that the S&P 500 is bouncing off of its 200 day moving average and Apple Intel leading a lot of those gains apple in particular getting actually an upgrade over Morgan Stanley saying that they can benefit from the flight to quality and stocks from virtual reality and from autonomous vehicles not what you'd expect from an iPhone maker but here we are Intel as well taking its mobile eye business is self-driving car business public something Morgan Stanley is also a positive excuse me To the downside though I have to mention Comcast because this is the company that actually airs or has the rights to the Beijing Olympics And it is not doing well today We attempted to save each other because actually there were some other factors There are some other factors but that's gonna be our hook because I think it's pretty interesting for the show But to be fair it does also have some pretty horrible earnings when it comes to that You had the EBITDA growth falling far below consensus expectations This is not the environment where you can really miss your earnings or cut your forecasts anyway because the stock market will punish you and today stocks are up upwards of 2% Comcast actually selling off by over 5% So it's a really good example of just how bad that company is doing right now But let's come back for a moment to that tech story because it simply had sold off so much it's going to come back or is there something to do with Omar crime Because it also read some analysts saying you know what It doesn't look like I'm gonna maybe quite as bad as we thought it would be and tech had sold off on that before Right Well the thing that keep out tech keep in mind about tech is that it leads the sell off but it also leaves the index higher It's kind of the make or break when it comes to rallies or self I should say But for the only become very in particular I think that's a really good point because when tech does gain there is a little bit of that defensive position Remember we are still waiting for the full data on the variant but that being said we actually had news coming out of GlaxoSmithKline Today that their antibody drug could actually or is actually effective against the only crime variant So there are some good news packed into that At the same time the tenure seems pretty quiet still despite all the talk about great route hikes Quiet today yesterday was a 9 basis point rise in the ten year yield and what's interesting here is that it didn't spook tech because tech led the rally yesterday too so that kind of inverse correlation that dynamic that you even seeing for a good chunk of 2021 well it's fading a little bit The question is does that mean the stay at home stock rotation potentially comes back But.

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 US intel warns China could dominate advanced technologies

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last month

US intel warns China could dominate advanced technologies

"U. S. intelligence officials are issuing new warnings about China's seems to dominate advanced technologies from artificial intelligence to other technologies the officials warned Beijing's ambitions could eventually give it a decisive military edge and possibly dominance over essential sectors like healthcare the national counterintelligence and security center notes Chinese companies are investing in USA and European biotechnology and pharmaceuticals it's acting chief notes such companies are beholden to the Chinese Communist Party in Beijing could ultimately end up with any data they collect the center's boosting efforts to tell business executives academics and government officials about the risks of accepting Chinese investment or expertise in key industries Sager

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Trish Regan Discusses Sky-High Inflation Under Biden

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:22 min | Last month

Trish Regan Discusses Sky-High Inflation Under Biden

"She's Trish Regan, welcome back to America first host of the Trish Regan show. Go to Trish Intel dot com. Follow her on Twitter. When do we start? Do we start with a 110 LA 4.3 million workers criminal jobs in August or inflation? Well, we can start on inflation since the last that's the last one you mentioned. Yeah, this is, look, I've been talking about it now for about a year by concerns about inflation. And I'd been saying, it's here it's getting worse. And, you know, look, I don't want to be proven right on this, believe me. Seth, I don't because this is so bad for your average American family, struggling to make ends meet. Now, prices are up. Energy prices are up 24%. You've got diapers up 14%. Food up so much. So this is hurting people. This is really bad, but what we saw reflected in these numbers is that once again, inflation is sky high, it's a sky high for 6th straight month. Hi, basically it's January. And look, I mean, there's no way around this. We're right back in a 1970s style economy again. And I hate to say it, but it's bad policy, bad policy choices have

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Tracking Clinton Campaign Lawyer Michael Sussmann Since the Nunes Report

Mark Levin

01:57 min | 2 months ago

Tracking Clinton Campaign Lawyer Michael Sussmann Since the Nunes Report

"So everything I did based on the house Intel drop was chrono chronological order as it was presented And it starts here From the Nunes memo both the DOJ and the FBI petitioned the fisa court to begin to surveil a Trump campaign adviser we later learned was Carter page On October 21st 2016 just two and a half weeks before the election The application had to be certified by the FBI's director or deputy director The attorney general Deputy Attorney General or assistant attorney general to the NSA The initial warrant on Carter page was issued and renewed three times Every 90 days which took you through the rest of the campaign Through the election the president elect period in the early months of the Trump presidency FBI director James Comey signed three of those fisa court warrants Comey sign three deputy FBI director Andrew mccabe signed one Deputy Attorney General's Sally Yates Dana bonetta and rod Rosenstein they signed one Christopher Steele was an FBI source He was initially paid first payment a $160,000 by the DNC and the Clinton campaign to create the dossier via Perkins coy and fusion GPS Okay so this is now the place where sussman fits in Everywhere we have the law firm Perkins coy We now know that was sussman

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Can the Democrats Raise the Debt Limit Without Republican Help?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:30 min | 2 months ago

Can the Democrats Raise the Debt Limit Without Republican Help?

"Good morning The newspapers are full of contrived. Drama will the government shutdown. Will the stimulus bill passed will the three and a half trillion dollar social infrastructure. Bill passed what will happen to the squad. What about kristen cinema. What about joe manchin. Here's what my prediction is. Everything passes and they spend all the money after pretend drama. What do you think. Well if i had to guess from the outside and you don't really know I mean the best. Intel's the people managing the with news. Obviously and it's possible they don't know but my guess is immigrants are are not gonna leave that that One point two trillion infrastructure money on the table that they'll pass that at some point. You have always been skeptical that they could get another big reconciliation bill through the senate I don't i don't. I don't think it's just mansion. I think there's a half of those democrats who would prefer not to vote on something particular tax increases but we will see They're going to have. Typically i think getting the debt limit increase eventually seneca Because schumer did not put the instructions for one in the last budget resolution and So far saying i'm not gonna finance you know your deficit spending. They gotta go back to you on the budget committee. Jim where you're on your budget committee. I always avoided that. Well i think they've got to go back and amend the budget resolution reconciliation instructions. It takes two weeks. They better get started exactly. And that's the point and mcconnell's been saying this for months. He's the best republican wiedersen dole. In my opinion. I mean yeah. He's just and he's been saying for months. Look we're not gonna finance this enormous deficit spending. You're going to have to do it. And yet schumer did not put the instructions in the last budget resolution. So you're right. It takes a couple of weeks and I know that schumer is really faced up to that. Yes i think. I fought for months us. At the infrastructure bill would eventually passed. The house would take what the senate gives just as they did in two thousand nine. This is going to the house and not just because the progressives don't like it's not big enough it's going to sit there in the house and have the senate serve you a bill and say no. We're not going to conference. This is our bill. You taken a leave but they all passed macaire on that basis. I think they'll pass the bill. That's my guess

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The Steele Dossier, Explained

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:23 min | 2 months ago

The Steele Dossier, Explained

"Have a lot of younger listeners. That quite honestly weren't that involved in politics when this was unfolding so just kind of walk us through that again. The significance the unprecedented nature of this. The chuck schumer like passive aggressive warning. Sign in january of seventeen on rachel maddow show right the donald trump accurately saying that. I'm being spied on people's laughing at him. Walk us through the timeline of all this. I think it'd be helpful as i get to. The topic i really want is your in on. Which is durham. Yeah sure are so. Look these investigations as a former federal prosecutor who did national security cases. You know these things take time. You have to get approvals from down below in the bowels of the justice department through the attorney general if you're gonna go surveilled someone of this magnitude. And that's for your younger viewers a search warrant to search more. If you're looking at if you're looking at a bank robber or suspected murderer you have to go before a federal judge and you gotta say judge. I think this guy committed this crime. We need to go and look at his bank records. It cellphone records is emails. Phone calls because we think he killed somebody or because we think he robbed the bank and if there's probable cause the judge grants it same thing in this instance just different federal court that deals with spy and basically what the hillary clinton campaign did was. They spent tens of millions of dollars to collect false information from this guy. Christopher steele will use to be a british intelligent asset. If you can believe it later turned. Fbi informant. i mean. You can't make this up. I never understood this. Where the heck did this tens of how. How on earth did they spend. Tens of millions of dollars. I've never never understood that. Sure so one of the things that we were able to do on house intel. Even though paul ryan didn't want us to do it was subpoenaed. The bank records for this company called fusion. Gps glenn simpson and they were funneling the money through perkins coup which is the democratic ball. And that's what they do. Their job is to be the representatives for the dnc and the hillary clinton campaign so those guys get paid tens of millions of dollars. Money goes into the law firm. The law firm then cuts checks the fusion. Gps for millions of dollars and they go and higher media representatives christopher steele to start putting false smear campaigns against president trump. So they're working. The intelligence apparatus one lane and the media apparatus in another to take on a presidential a presidential

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Pakistan's powerful intel chief arrives in Kabul

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 3 months ago

Pakistan's powerful intel chief arrives in Kabul

"To Pakistan officials on officially say the nation's powerful intelligence chief who's made a surprise visit to the Afghan capital Kabul it wasn't immediately clear what general far as Hamid had to say to the Taliban leadership but the Pakistani intelligence service has perhaps the greatest outside influence over the Taliban the militant group had its headquarters in Pakistan and will often said to be indirect contact with the powerful inter services intelligence agency although Pakistan routinely denies giving the Taliban military aid the accusation was often made by the Afghan government and Washington I'm Charles Taylor this month

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Los Angeles Lakers Could Fill out Roster With DeAndre Jordan

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:56 min | 3 months ago

Los Angeles Lakers Could Fill out Roster With DeAndre Jordan

"Just give us a little on. What you think's going to happen with andre jordan was traded to the pistons. Everybody's yeah he's going to be out and that means he's going to be the next guy that the lakers will go get what do you say i think he is I think they're the most likely team to get him But there's just. I never say never with bio guys even because this is kind of been the rumor for three or four weeks at this point That this happened in brooklyn and it was just a matter of were they going to do the bio for him was he going to have to be traded. I if it say brooklyn a whole lot of money the fact that they they just save millions of dollars on their luxury tax bill by doing it this way. Also nicer de'andre like deandra got that because he was part of the kevin durant kyrie irving initial big three in in brooklyn and he was just. He's friends with all those guys. They played on team usa together and he was essential for them in signing with the nets. A little while back and it was a him signing that he gets paid twenty million a year that is not his market value. They overpaid for him. In the beginning as part of a like a sign let sign kevin durant and kyrie irving and it was you know finally worked out that way but at some point you make so much money and your they have a lot of guys at that position but they you know straight into detroit. They they They're going to do a buy out. He's going to give back a little bit of money. Detroit gets four second round out of it so they get something And also some other some other complicated salary cap things but we all thought lamarcus aldridge was going to miami. Last year on the market he ended up going to brooklyn so until he clears. Waivers and intel other teams have a chance to approach the andre. I wouldn't i wouldn't say it's likely or expected or anything like that. I would use much more. Vague words. you know. He fits with the lakers. He would fit in that role. I think would have a pretty well defined role and if you're on the buyout market and you're gonna sign for minimum like that's what you're looking for is someplace you can play.

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US Media Turn Away From Afghanistan

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:04 min | 3 months ago

US Media Turn Away From Afghanistan

"So i saw this. This article is actually from national review. Credit where credit's due american media. Turn away from afghanistan. And this is from jim. Garrity basically goes through a whole litany of other stories the media rather cover than afghanistan because it pulls poorly and so. I said you know what we're going to bring back one of the top experts especially the we've had on our show that has been right about. I'm not kidding. Folks has been right about everything that's been going on in country. It's a foreign policy expert. Our friend dr keith. Rose welcome to the charlie kirk. Show you. Everybody is back by popular demand. You are absolutely amazing especially when it comes to this issue. You're also a doctor. So we're gonna we're gonna actually keep you on for additional segments. Because i want to talk about vaccines. Israel ivermectin joe rogan. All that stuff. We're going to get there folks but you have spent in a massive amount of time in country keith. So i wanted. I wanted to give you an opportunity to highlight the stories. The media doesn't wanna talk about and you you've been in direct contact with people on the ground. You have updates for us. The floor is yours. Sure andrew first of all what we have some good. We have some good people on the ground. Working there's a lot of that's a lot of former intel community members a lot of folks that understand that we have a moral obligation to take care of the people that took care of us for greater than twenty years. These people resur- lies for us. A lot of them are not alive now but their children are alive and we have a moral obligation as a nation to pay attention but we we also have a geopolitical obligation to pay attention. Because what happened and what. The american public saw. Unfold wasn't normal when we went afghanistan. We always look for things that we don't have to look for the abnormal things. We just have to look for what's not normal. You know normal ebb and flow anything else outside of that. You can go to drill down. And that's what we're doing right now

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Intel Shows Far-Right Extremists Will Attend Upcoming Capitol Rally

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 3 months ago

Intel Shows Far-Right Extremists Will Attend Upcoming Capitol Rally

"Members of the far right extremist groups that took part in the January insurrection at the U. S. capitol are expected back later this month for a rally to protest the arrests that have taken place sources tell the Associated Press intelligence gathered by federal officials indicates members of groups like the proud boys and the oath keepers planned to protest outside the U. S. capitol on September eighteenth demanding justice for the hundreds of suspects charged in the January attack on the capital U. S. capitol police are said to be considering putting back up that large perimeter fencing around the complex insiders say the concern about the proud boys and oath keepers is that even though they make up a small percentage of the nearly six hundred people arrested their members faced the most serious charges in the attack that left more than five dead one hundred officers injured and more than a million dollars in damage to the building Jackie Quinn Washington

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Former Vice President of Afghanistan Is Building a Resistance Biden Ignores

Mark Levin

01:59 min | 3 months ago

Former Vice President of Afghanistan Is Building a Resistance Biden Ignores

"This is Washington bullcrap. Washington Bullcrap That's what it is. The former vice president of Afghanistan. With others has formed a resistance. In northern Afghanistan. I understand people want to focus on the former president of Afghanistan is corrupt. But the vice president The former vice president who is now officially under the Constitution, the president He's not corrupt. He's a fighter. Resistance is building in northern Afghanistan, and the Biden administration won't even take their phone call. Won't even take their phone call. And yet people say the Afghans won't fight. I told you before In seven years time 50,000 of them died and they weren't all shot in the back. They died fighting. Asked Joey Jones. Yes, Dan Crenshaw. Ask Brian Mast. Ask all these Americans. As retired Colonel Richard Kemp, commander. British forces. They fought. The Afghans. They fought to the death, especially their special forces. I went under Biden, the greatest military in the face of the earth leaves under cover of dark. The bargaining Air force. Which means they'll have no backup. Pulls out the CIA Intel Pulls out the contractors, the American contractors maintaining their helicopters and so forth. Does it without even talking. To that government or military to

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Chip Shortage Highlights U.S. Dependence on Fragile Supply Chain

60 Minutes

01:58 min | 3 months ago

Chip Shortage Highlights U.S. Dependence on Fragile Supply Chain

"Car companies across the globe have had to idle production and workers because of a shortage of semiconductors often referred to as microchips or just chips there the tiny operating brains inside just about every modern device like smartphones hospital ventilators even fighter jets as we first reported in may the pandemic sent chip demand soaring unexpectedly as we bought computers electronics to work. Study and play from home but while more and more chips are needed in the us. Fewer and fewer of them are manufactured here. Intel is the biggest american chipmaker its most advanced fabrication. Plant or fab for short is located outside phoenix arizona. New ceo pat gelsinger invited us on a tour to see how incredibly complex the manufacturing process. Is i we had to suit up to avoid contaminating. The pfaff head cover on bunny suit zipped goggles gloves ready to go. I'm christine everything in this environment is control together. We stepped into a place with some of the most sophisticated new technology on earth. To ask you why. We're all yellow yellow filters remove light rays that are harmful to the process overhead a computerized highway transport's materials from one machine to the next the process involves thousands of steps where layer upon layer of microscopic circuitry is etched onto these silicon implants. That are then chopped up into chips. That will end up in. Say your computer. Making just one can take six months.

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Sweden Has Intel on Potential New Afghan Attack

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

Sweden Has Intel on Potential New Afghan Attack

"Leaders fear another terror attack in Kabul could be imminent in the wake of the first day attacks general Frank McKenzie the Central Command chief overseeing the evacuation and COBOL warned that more were possible an American commanders working with the Taliban to prevent them meanwhile Swedish foreign minister I'm Linda this treated we have renewed information about the high terrorist threat in the area around Kabul that pulled but she offered no details scenes of chaos desperation and horror from the apple have transfixed the world I'm Charles the last month

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Secretary of State Blinken Delivers Empty Promises on Afghanistan Evacuation

Mark Levin

01:55 min | 3 months ago

Secretary of State Blinken Delivers Empty Promises on Afghanistan Evacuation

"He says. We're not going to leave anybody behind. Even when we leave. We're not going to leave anybody behind here. He says it cut five go. As the president said yesterday. We're on track to complete our mission by August, 31st provided going to complete their mission by August, 31st. They're going to complete their mission. Their surrender mission. By August, 31st. That's their mission. No matter what But are they really completing it? By August? 31st. Listen carefully go. You to cooperate and there are no disruptions to this effort. The president has also asked for contingency plans in case he determines that we must remain in the country past that date. He's not going to remain in the country passed the day. Go ahead. But let me be crystal clear about this. Here we go. There is no deadline. On our work to help any remaining American citizens who decide they want to leave to do so, along with in many Afghans who have stood by us over these many years and want to leave and have been unable To do so. That effort will continue every day past August 31st and he was pressed on this. How are you going to do that? Well, what diplomatic and economic pressure We have no intel. We have no military. We have no diplomatic said nothing there. Zero We're going to continue to press like hell, Man. I tell you what. The Taliban are really concerned about what we say No, you know they want to be in the community of nations. Community and the ladies in general. We're living in multiple worlds here. Joe Biden's world is a world of sick, narcissistic. Dangerous fumes. That even Lysol can't

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Three Questions Biden Needs to Answer on Afghanistan

The Dan Bongino Show

01:17 min | 3 months ago

Three Questions Biden Needs to Answer on Afghanistan

"A head count. Don't think for a second. This is just an innocent mistake. We really have no idea how many Americans are in Afghanistan. No, no, no, no, no, no, no, we We don't do stupid. Okay. Where do we tolerate? Stupid and that's just stupid. To hold in your head. Okay? Questions how many stranded Americans are left behind? These are the questions Amid the chaos. We can't hit the bed. If you know what I mean. We have to think clearly as they focus Question number two. Why did we abandon Bagram Air Base? And why are we re taking it now? There are two runways there. It is a secure or was a secure military facility. About a 20 minute. Hello, left outside of Kabul. We could be flying planes out. Almost 24 7. We have the ability to fly out at night. There we control it. Why have it? Why did we abandon Bagram? Why haven't we retaken bargain? Fair question? No. Question number three. I said there are a lot of questions, but these are the top three. I see. Right? Why did the Afghan National Army fail fail so quickly? We know the intel was there. We know the military. Intel was there. The Afghan National Army was not ready to fight the Taliban. We know that why isn't that they felt so quickly. And why is this all basically been hidden from us? Well.

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A M1X Mac Mini Is Reportedly Coming Soon

Techmeme Ride Home

01:31 min | 3 months ago

A M1X Mac Mini Is Reportedly Coming Soon

"Gherman is reporting that a high end. M one x mac many with an updated design and possibly more ports than the current. M one mac. Mini should replace the intel model of the mac many in the next several months quoting macrumors. This presumably means the new mac mini may launch alongside the redesigned fourteen and sixteen inch macbook. Pros this fall as gherman rates quote last fall as part of its trio of initial max to transition over to apple silicon chips. The company updated the older mac. Mini design with the m one processor. The mac mini is used for more basic tasks like video streaming but many people use it as a software development machine as a server or for their video. Editing needs apple knows that so it kept the intel model around. Well expect that that to go away in the next month with a high end. M one x mac mini it will have an updated design and more ports than the current model and quote apple leaker. John prosser in may shared renders of what the upcoming mac mini may look like an according to those renders allegedly based on images from internal apple. Sources the new mac mini will feature a plexiglass top and a magnetic power report. The new mac mini is also rumored to feature additional ports and quote. Ps given that traditionally the iphone events for apple are usually in the first or second week of september virtual invites to that virtual events should be going out any minute now though. I've also heard that there might be a completely separate event for mac announcements. After the iphone event this

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"intel" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:57 min | 9 months ago

"intel" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"We don't know how to make our stuff work on your equipment. So that's going away to help with capacity of chip-making in the world because that's the problem. Everybody's having right now. Intel also announced it will invest twenty billion dollars to add to new chip fabs to existing facilities it has in chandler arizona. Those are set to go online in two thousand twenty four. So they're not gonna ease the current chip shortage it anytime soon but they will be there. Arizona is actually becoming a booming hotbed for manufacturing. Tsmc is planning to build something in the phoenix area. Samsung is considering building in arizona. Also considering austin so it may go one way or the other and until wants to go head to head with them on building chips. Tsmc and samsung get a lot of business from apple and qualcomm and others and gelsinger said in his announcement. He would love to build chips for apple he would love to build the m one chip for apple. Yes the same apple that intel is running ads. Slamming gelsinger said is clearly a copetition story and keep in mind until foundry services is a standalone company. Samsung does this all the time where the electronics side is slamming. Somebody that they actually build parts for in the other. Part of samsung makes chips. So until could just be like that well. Intel wants to build for others. It will also continue to take advantage of letting others build its chips where that makes sense. Everybody thought they were gonna go that they were going to become fabulous. Tsmc gets more than seven billion dollars of business from intel a year and that will continue with especially high performance chips like the supercomputer oriented seven. Nanometer ponte vecchio. They will continue where it makes sense to be like. Yeah we'll we'll outsource some stuff but we're also going to beef up. Our fabrication capacity. Gal singer is new to intel. Sort of he led the architect of the four eighty six chip back in the day and was cto when he left intel in two thousand nine. After thirty years there he went on to become ceo at emc and ceo. Of vm ware in the intervening years and he returned to intel as ceo february fifteenth this year and seems to have generated a lot of enthusiasm within the company. Also in case you're wondering they did announce something about seven nanometer. Seven nanometer consumer chip production. That's meteor lake is on scheduled to start in volume in twenty twenty three But the big news here is intel making turn away from like maybe becoming a fabulous company to saying no no. The money is in macon chips for everybody else instead of trying to compete with apple and hired justin long and try to sell more intel chips. Let's make the one chip we that way we could. We could sell intel chips to to windows pc makers and get some money out of making chips for apple qualcomm..

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"intel" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:57 min | 9 months ago

"intel" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"We don't know how to make our stuff work on your equipment. So that's going away to help with capacity of chip-making in the world because that's the problem. Everybody's having right now. Intel also announced it will invest twenty billion dollars to add to new chip fabs to existing facilities it has in chandler arizona. Those are set to go online in two thousand twenty four so they're not gonna ease the current chip shortage it anytime soon but they will be. There is actually become a booming hotbed for manufacturing. Tsmc is planning to build something in the phoenix area. Samsung is considering building in arizona. Also considering austin so it may go one way or the other and until wants to go head to head with them on building chips. Tsmc and samsung get a lot of business from apple and qualcomm and others and gelsinger said in his announcement he he would love to build chips for apple he would love to build the m one chip for apple. Yes the same apple that intel is running ads. Slamming gelsinger said is clearly a copetition story and keep in mind until foundry services is a standalone company. Samsung does this all the time where the electronics side is slamming. Somebody that they actually build parts for in the other. Part of samsung makes chips. So until could just be like that well. Intel wants to build for others. It will also continue to take advantage of letting others build its chips where that makes sense. Everybody thought they were gonna go that they were going to become fabulous. Tsmc gets more than seven billion dollars of business from intel a year and that will continue with especially high performance chips like the supercomputer oriented seven. Nanometer ponte vecchio will continue where it makes sense to be like. Yeah we'll we'll outsource some stuff but we're also going to beef up. Our fabrication capacity. Gal singer is new to intel. Sort of he led the architect of the four eighty six chip back in the day and was cto when he left intel in two thousand nine. After thirty years there he went on to become ceo at emc and ceo. Of vm ware in the intervening years and he returned to intel as ceo february fifteenth year and seems to have generated a lot of enthusiasm within the company. Also in case you're wondering they did announce something about seven nanometer. Seven nanometer consumer chip production. That's meteor lake is on scheduled to start in volume in twenty twenty three But the big news here is intel making turn away from like maybe becoming a fabulous company to saying no no. The money is in macon chips for everybody else instead of trying to compete with apple and hired justin long and try to sell more intel chips. Let's make the one chip we that way we could. We could sell intel chips to to windows pc makers and get some money out of making chips for apple qualcomm..

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"intel" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:57 min | 9 months ago

"intel" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"We don't know how to make our stuff work on your equipment. So that's going away to help with capacity of chip-making in the world because that's the problem. Everybody's having right now. Intel also announced it will invest twenty billion dollars to add to new chip fabs to existing facilities it has in chandler arizona. Those are set to go online in two thousand twenty four. So they're not gonna ease the current chip shortage it anytime soon but they will be there. Arizona is actually becoming a booming hotbed for manufacturing. Tsmc is planning to build something in the phoenix area. Samsung is considering building in arizona. Also considering austin so it may go one way or the other and until wants to go head to head with them on building chips. Tsmc and samsung get a lot of business from apple and qualcomm and others and gelsinger said in his announcement he he would love to build chips for apple he would love to build the m one chip for apple. Yes the same apple that intel is running ads. Slamming gelsinger said is clearly a copetition story and keep in mind until foundry services is a standalone company. Samsung does this all the time where the electronics side is slamming. Somebody that they actually build parts for in the other. Part of samsung makes chips. So until could just be like that well. Intel wants to build for others. It will also continue to take advantage of letting others build its chips where that makes sense. Everybody thought they were gonna go that they were going to become fabulous. Tsmc gets more than seven billion dollars of business from intel a year and that will continue with especially high performance chips like the supercomputer oriented seven. Nanometer ponte vecchio. They will continue where it makes sense to be like. Yeah we'll we'll outsource some stuff but we're also going to beef up. Our fabrication capacity. Gal singer is new to intel. Sort of he led the architect of the four eighty six chip back in the day and was cto when he left intel in two thousand nine. After thirty years there he went on to become ceo at emc and ceo. Of vm ware in the intervening years and he returned to intel as ceo february fifteenth. Here and seems to have generated a lot of enthusiasm within the company also in case. You're wondering they did announce something about seven nanometer. Seven nanometer consumer chip production. That's meteor lake is on scheduled to start in volume in twenty twenty three But the big news here is intel making turn away from like maybe becoming a fabulous company to saying no no. The money is in macon chips for everybody else instead of trying to compete with apple and hired justin long and try to sell more intel chips. Let's make the one chip we that way we could. We could sell intel chips to to windows pc makers and get some money out of making chips for apple qualcomm..

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"intel" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:57 min | 9 months ago

"intel" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"We don't know how to make our stuff work on your equipment. So that's going away to help with capacity of chip-making in the world because that's the problem. Everybody's having right now. Intel also announced it will invest twenty billion dollars to add to new chip fabs to existing facilities it has in chandler arizona. Those are set to go online in two thousand twenty four. So they're not gonna ease the current chip shortage it anytime soon but they will be there. Arizona is actually becoming a booming hotbed for manufacturing. Tsmc is planning to build something in the phoenix area. Samsung is considering building in arizona. Also considering austin so it may go one way or the other and until wants to go head to head with them on building chips. Tsmc and samsung get a lot of business from apple and qualcomm and others and gelsinger said in his announcement he he would love to build chips for apple he would love to build the m one chip for apple. Yes the same apple that intel is running ads. Slamming gelsinger said is clearly a copetition story and keep in mind until foundry services is a standalone company. Samsung does this all the time where the electronics side is slamming. Somebody that they actually build parts for in the other. Part of samsung makes chips. So until could just be like that well. Intel wants to build for others. It will also continue to take advantage of letting others build its chips where that makes sense. Everybody thought they were gonna go that they were going to become fabulous. Tsmc gets more than seven billion dollars of business from intel a year and that will continue with especially high performance chips like the supercomputer oriented seven. Nanometer ponte vecchio. They will continue where it makes sense to be like. Yeah we'll we'll outsource some stuff but we're also going to beef up. Our fabrication capacity. Gal singer is new to intel. Sort of he led the architect of the four eighty six chip back in the day and was cto when he left intel in two thousand nine. After thirty years there he went on to become ceo at emc and ceo. Of vm ware in the intervening years and he returned to intel as ceo february fifteenth this year and seems to have generated a lot of enthusiasm within the company. Also in case you're wondering they did announce something about seven nanometer. Seven nanometer consumer chip production. That's meteor lake is on scheduled to start in volume in twenty twenty three But the big news here is intel making turn away from like maybe becoming a fabulous company to saying no no. The money is in macon chips for everybody else instead of trying to compete with apple and hired justin long and try to sell more intel chips. Let's make the one chip we that way we could. We could sell intel chips to to windows pc makers and get some money out of making chips for apple qualcomm..

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"intel" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:57 min | 9 months ago

"intel" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"We don't know how to make our stuff work on your equipment. So that's going away to help with capacity of chip-making in the world because that's the problem. Everybody's having right now. Intel also announced it will invest twenty billion dollars to add to new chip fabs to existing facilities it has in chandler arizona. Those are set to go online in two thousand twenty four. So they're not gonna ease the current chip shortage it anytime soon but they will be there. Arizona is actually becoming a booming hotbed for manufacturing. Tsmc is planning to build something in the phoenix area. Samsung is considering building in arizona. Also considering austin so it may go one way or the other and until wants to go head to head with them on building chips. Tsmc and samsung get a lot of business from apple and qualcomm and others and gelsinger said in his announcement he he would love to build chips for apple. He would love to build the m one chip for apple. Yes the same apple that intel's running ads. Slamming gelsinger said is clearly a copetition story and keep in mind until foundry services is a standalone company. Samsung does this all the time where the electronics side is slamming. Somebody that they actually build parts for in the other. Part of samsung makes chips. So until could just be like that well. Intel wants to build for others. It will also continue to take advantage of letting others build its chips where that makes sense. Everybody thought they were gonna go that they were going to become fabulous. Tsmc gets more than seven billion dollars of business from intel a year and that will continue with especially high performance chips like the supercomputer oriented seven. Nanometer ponte vecchio. They will continue where it makes sense to be like. Yeah we'll we'll outsource some stuff but we're also going to beef up. Our fabrication capacity. Gal singer is new to intel. Sort of he led the architect of the four eighty six chip back in the day and was cto when he left intel in two thousand nine. After thirty years there he went on to become ceo at emc and ceo. Of vm ware in the intervening years and he returned to intel as ceo february fifteenth this year and seems to have generated a lot of enthusiasm within the company. Also in case you're wondering they did announce something about seven nanometer. Seven nanometer consumer chip production. That's meteor lake is on scheduled to start in volume in twenty twenty three But the big news here is intel making turn away from like maybe becoming a fabulous company to saying no no. The money is in macon chips for everybody else instead of trying to compete with apple and hired justin long and try to sell more intel chips. Let's make the one chip we that way we could. We could sell intel chips to to windows pc makers and get some money out of making chips for apple qualcomm..

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"intel" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:57 min | 9 months ago

"intel" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"We don't know how to make our stuff work on your equipment. So that's going away to help with capacity of chip-making in the world because that's the problem. Everybody's having right now. Intel also announced it will invest twenty billion dollars to add to new chip fabs to existing facilities it has in chandler arizona. Those are set to go online in two thousand twenty four. So they're not gonna ease the current chip shortage it anytime soon but they will be there. Arizona is actually becoming a booming hotbed for manufacturing. Tsmc is planning to build something in the phoenix area. Samsung is considering building in arizona. Also considering austin so it may go one way or the other and until wants to go head to head with them on building chips. Tsmc and samsung get a lot of business from apple and qualcomm and others and gelsinger said in his announcement he he would love to build chips for apple he would love to build the m one chip for apple. Yes the same apple that intel is running ads. Slamming gelsinger said is clearly a copetition story and keep in mind until foundry services is a standalone company. Samsung does this all the time where the electronics side is slamming. Somebody that they actually build parts for in the other. Part of samsung makes chips. So until could just be like that well. Intel wants to build for others. It will also continue to take advantage of letting others build its chips where that makes sense. Everybody thought they were gonna go that they were going to become fabulous. Tsmc gets more than seven billion dollars of business from intel a year and that will continue with especially high performance chips like the supercomputer oriented seven. Nanometer ponte vecchio will continue where it makes sense to be like. Yeah we'll we'll outsource some stuff but we're also going to beef up. Our fabrication capacity. Gal singer is new to intel. Sort of he led the architect of the four eighty six chip back in the day and was cto when he left intel in two thousand nine. After thirty years there he went on to become ceo at emc and ceo. Of vm ware in the intervening years and he returned to intel as ceo february fifteenth. Here and seems to have generated a lot of enthusiasm within the company also in case. You're wondering they did announce something about seven nanometer. Seven nanometer consumer chip production. That's meteor lake is on scheduled to start in volume in twenty twenty three But the big news here is intel making turn away from like maybe becoming a fabulous company to saying no no. The money is in macon chips for everybody else instead of trying to compete with apple and hired justin long and try to sell more intel chips. Let's make the one chip we that way we could. We could sell intel chips to to windows pc makers and get some money out of making chips for apple qualcomm..

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"intel" Discussed on Daily Tech News Showhttps://dailytechnewsshow.com/

Daily Tech News Showhttps://dailytechnewsshow.com/

05:56 min | 9 months ago

"intel" Discussed on Daily Tech News Showhttps://dailytechnewsshow.com/

"We don't know how to make our stuff work on your equipment. So that's going away to help with capacity of chip-making in the world because that's the problem. Everybody's having right now. Intel also announced it will invest twenty billion dollars to add to new chip fabs to existing facilities it has in chandler arizona. Those are set to go online in two thousand twenty four. So they're not gonna ease the current chip shortage it anytime soon but they will be there. Arizona is actually becoming a booming hotbed for manufacturing. Tsmc is planning to build something in the phoenix area. Samsung is considering building in arizona. Also considering austin so it may go one way or the other and until wants to go head to head with them on building chips. Tsmc and samsung get a lot of business from apple and qualcomm and others and gelsinger said in his announcement. He would love to build chips for apple he would love to build the m one chip for apple. Yes the same apple that intel's running ads. Slamming gelsinger said is clearly a copetition story and keep in mind until foundry services is a standalone company. Samsung does this all the time where the electronics side is slamming. Somebody that they actually build parts for in the other. Part of samsung makes chips. So until could just be like that well. Intel wants to build for others. It will also continue to take advantage of letting others build its chips where that makes sense. Everybody thought they were gonna go that they were going to become fabulous. Tsmc gets more than seven billion dollars of business from intel a year and that will continue with especially high performance chips like the supercomputer oriented seven. Nanometer ponte vecchio will continue where it makes sense to be like. Yeah we'll we'll outsource some stuff but we're also going to beef up. Our fabrication capacity. Gal singer is new to intel. Sort of he led the architect of the four eighty six chip back in the day and was cto when he left intel in two thousand nine..

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"intel" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:56 min | 9 months ago

"intel" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"We don't know how to make our stuff work on your equipment. So that's going away to help with capacity of chip-making in the world because that's the problem. Everybody's having right now. Intel also announced it will invest twenty billion dollars to add to new chip fabs to existing facilities it has in chandler arizona. Those are set to go online in two thousand twenty four. So they're not gonna ease the current chip shortage it anytime soon but they will be there. Arizona is actually becoming a booming hotbed for manufacturing. Tsmc is planning to build something in the phoenix area. Samsung is considering building in arizona. Also considering austin so it may go one way or the other and until wants to go head to head with them on building chips. Tsmc and samsung get a lot of business from apple and qualcomm and others and gelsinger said in his announcement he he would love to build chips for apple. He would love to build the m one chip for apple. Yes the same apple that intel's running ads. Slamming gelsinger said is clearly a copetition story and keep in mind until foundry services is a standalone company. Samsung does this all the time where the electronics side is slamming. Somebody that they actually build parts for in the other. Part of samsung makes chips. So until could just be like that well. Intel wants to build for others. It will also continue to take advantage of letting others build its chips where that makes sense. Everybody thought they were gonna go that they were going to become fabulous. Tsmc gets more than seven billion dollars of business from intel a year and that will continue with especially high performance chips like the supercomputer oriented seven. Nanometer ponte vecchio. They will continue where it makes sense to be like. Yeah we'll we'll outsource some stuff but we're also going to beef up. Our fabrication capacity. Gal singer is new to intel. Sort of he led the architect of the four eighty six chip back in the day and was cto when he left intel in two thousand nine. After thirty years there he went on to become ceo at emc and ceo. Of vm ware in the intervening years and he returned to intel as ceo february fifteenth this year and seems to have generated a lot of enthusiasm within the company. Also in case you're wondering they did announce something about seven nanometer. Seven nanometer consumer chip production. That's meteor lake is on scheduled to start in volume in twenty twenty three But the big news here is intel making turn away from like maybe becoming a fabulous company to saying no no. The money is in macon chips for everybody else instead of trying to compete with apple and hired justin long and try to sell more intel chips. Let's make the one chip we that way we could. We could sell intel chips to to windows. Pc makers and get some money out of making chips for apple qualcomm. whoever else wants it and also doesn't just sort of signal..

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"intel" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:56 min | 9 months ago

"intel" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"We don't know how to make our stuff work on your equipment. So that's going away to help with capacity of chip-making in the world because that's the problem. Everybody's having right now. Intel also announced it will invest twenty billion dollars to add to new chip fabs to existing facilities it has in chandler arizona. Those are set to go online in two thousand twenty four. So they're not gonna ease the current chip shortage it anytime soon but they will be there. Arizona is actually becoming a booming hotbed for manufacturing. Tsmc is planning to build something in the phoenix area. Samsung is considering building in arizona. Also considering austin so it may go one way or the other and until wants to go head to head with them on building chips. Tsmc and samsung get a lot of business from apple and qualcomm and others and gelsinger said in his announcement he he would love to build chips for apple he would love to build the m one chip for apple. Yes the same apple that intel is running ads. Slamming gelsinger said is clearly a copetition story and keep in mind until foundry services is a standalone company. Samsung does this all the time where the electronics side is slamming. Somebody that they actually build parts for in the other. Part of samsung makes chips. So until could just be like that well. Intel wants to build for others. It will also continue to take advantage of letting others build its chips where that makes sense. Everybody thought they were gonna go that they were going to become fabulous. Tsmc gets more than seven billion dollars of business from intel a year and that will continue with especially high performance chips like the supercomputer oriented seven. Nanometer ponte vecchio. They will continue where it makes sense to be like. Yeah we'll we'll outsource some stuff but we're also going to beef up. Our fabrication capacity. Gal singer is new to intel. Sort of he led the architect of the four eighty six chip back in the day and was cto when he left intel in two thousand nine. After thirty years there he went on to become ceo at emc and ceo. Of vm ware in the intervening years and he returned to intel as ceo february fifteenth this year and seems to have generated a lot of enthusiasm within the company. Also in case you're wondering they did announce something about seven nanometer. Seven nanometer consumer chip production. That's meteor lake is on scheduled to start in volume in twenty twenty three But the big news here is intel making turn away from like maybe becoming a fabulous company to saying no no. The money is in macon chips for everybody else instead of trying to compete with apple and hired justin long and try to sell more intel chips. Let's make the one chip we that way we could. We could sell intel chips to to windows pc makers and get some money out of making chips for apple qualcomm. whoever else wants it and also doesn't just sort of signal..

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"intel" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:56 min | 9 months ago

"intel" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"We don't know how to make our stuff work on your equipment. So that's going away to help with capacity of chip-making in the world because that's the problem. Everybody's having right now. Intel also announced it will invest twenty billion dollars to add to new chip fabs to existing facilities it has in chandler arizona. Those are set to go online in two thousand twenty four. So they're not gonna ease the current chip shortage jitney time soon but they will be there. Arizona is actually becoming a booming hotbed for manufacturing. Tsmc is planning to build something in the phoenix area. Samsung is considering building in arizona. Also considering austin so it may go one way or the other and until wants to go head to head with them on building chips. Tsmc and samsung get a lot of business from apple and qualcomm others and gelsinger said in his announcement he he would love to build chips for apple he would love to build the m one chip for apple. Yes the same apple that intel is running ads. Slamming gelsinger said is clearly a copetition story and keep in mind until foundry services is a standalone company. Samsung does this all the time where the electronics side is slamming. Somebody that they actually build parts for in the other. Part of samsung makes chips. So until could just be like that well. Intel wants to build for others. It will also continue to take advantage of letting others build its chips where that makes sense. Everybody thought they were gonna go that they were going to become fabulous. Tsmc gets more than seven billion dollars of business from intel a year and that will continue with especially high performance chips like the supercomputer oriented seven. Nanometer ponte vecchio. They will continue where it makes sense to be like. Yeah we'll we'll outsource some stuff but we're also going to beef up. Our fabrication capacity. Gal singer is new to intel. Sort of he led the architect of the four eighty six chip back in the day and was cto when he left intel in two thousand nine. After thirty years there he went on to become ceo at emc and ceo. Of vm ware in the intervening years and he returned to intel as ceo february fifteenth this year and seems to have generated a lot of enthusiasm within the company. Also in case you're wondering they did announce something about seven nanometer. Seven nanometer consumer chip production. That's meteor lake is on scheduled to start in volume in twenty twenty three But the big news here is intel making turn away from like maybe becoming a fabulous company to saying no no. The money is in macon chips for everybody else instead of trying to compete with apple and hired justin long and try to sell more intel chips. Let's make the one chip we that way we could. We could sell intel chips to to windows pc makers and get some money out of making chips for apple qualcomm. whoever else wants it and also doesn't just sort of signal..

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"intel" Discussed on Exponent

Exponent

06:41 min | 1 year ago

"intel" Discussed on Exponent

"Ben. how're you well. Following the cardinal rule of exponent which is if you ever actually write an article we absolutely have to record. I was i was sitting there last night and i was like man. I just need an excuse to sit up and sit up till three in the morning. And i was like what what better excuse than writing about intel and disruption and apple. That feels like a pretty good reason to do that. I wrote about the same event and apple and intel chips and what not. But it's always. It's always good to go back to those reps and well and i have to say to you because we will put a link in the show notes to your article but in the article you take this graph mantech which i also used in in my article that shows how the apple has been increasing more rapidly that intel's overtaking it and you compare it to like the the generic sort of disruption graph permanent match spot on brilliant. That was such a great though is such a great sort of juxtaposition. This is i guess. One of the advantages of having hung around klay for bit. I saw versions of that graph numerous times in class subsequently and so literally that annan tech graph got posted to twitter. And i saw it. And i'm like oh my god like in terms of matching it perfectly and then i don't know we should get into it but the the history of andy grove and clay a andy found out about clay's research pretty early on in includes life as an academic and called up clay and asked him to come in and to to talk to him about like. You know what's going on with this disruption thing and how it applied to intel period for this this this was in the mid nineteen so i think like the his first book was published in ninety five. Ninety six right or is in. The book came out in ninety nine. All it was it was the article that came on earlier. It was the article that got. It was the arctic who that that got a lot of people's attention and then the book came out subsequently and growing famously went up on stage at comdex when the book came out and said how important it was. The article is what got a lot of people's attention and so grove while he was still. Ceo of intel. Actually ask klay to come speak to their management team about disruption and i love. I love clay's way of telling the story. it's always. It was always so folks but it went something along the lines of like klay. I'm a busy man. And i don't have time for this academic drivel. So can you come and tell me what this means and clay in his usual lives. Like look andy. Just need to explain it to you. Give me five more minutes. And andy's in this rush claes always like whatever and he tells the story of what happened in the mini meals and grove. Just gets it and runs with it and famously that that conversation in sort of like intel lower is directly connected to intel launching the seller improv seller on processors which were sort of the low cost version of the pentium processors and there was a lot of question about what intel is kind of assumed that would take the high end they were dominant but amd had been there. I think there was like why was making x eighty six processors at the time as sort of like the assumption was that those other companies are sort of pick up the scraps at the low end and intel basically said no and they they to bear sort of their their their power to manufacturing prowess fail and went down market and beat their competitors downmarket and and it was a classic case of sort of like not letting that that sort of challenger even in the door. I mean it's it's used the classic but it's interesting because this is a. This is a theme that you and i have picked up on. It is so hard for companies to do this. I mean it's one thing for cannibalization to take place and we can get into and we probably will because this touches on what you wrote. How apple managed to do that to the ipod with the iphone. And that's difficult but as you've pointed out the iphone is like a more expensive high margin products so it's much more tolerable. What was crazy. About what andy manage to do with intel was this was cannibalising their high end products with something that was much lower margin. And you know in the annals of business history. That's not something that happens very often. I will say though. I mean so what. What are the debates. We've had. I mean we're we're sort of diving right into this right off the bat or the ongoing debates we've had as i maintain that there are degrees of disruption right. And if you're like truly disrupted by the absolute classic sense where there's a technological change that allow sort of a challenger to produce something at a at a meaningfully. Differentiated cost advantage. So i think the classic example here we've talked about sort of like airbnb versus hotels for example right. And if a best western what's provided ritz like experience. They're going to have to charge a ritz like rice to to cover it whereas airbnb can offer something completely different because it's coming at it in sort of orthogonal away and and so. That's very difficult for hotels to respond to in this case i in. This is the reason why. I've pushed back on apple for example being labeled as or they disrupted themself beijing. That is well the iphone. It's not very impressive. Organizationally that the iphone replace the ipod. Because the of course the division was making lots of money and profits etcetera etcetera or. Actually they'll tell you. There were no divisions which is silly because there wasn't division and there was an iphone. But whatever i'm but but the the that case they're selling a product that cost more and actually made them more money so from a big picture. Perspective is like is impressive. But it's not quite an example of you of you sort of like disapproving the idea of disruption. It can be dotted era. I think there is a bit of that with the intel example and the reason is that on one hand the impressive part that absolutely deserves praise is the fact that is this cannibalization part like four sure seller on processors were sold to people or sold into systems who might otherwise have bought more expensive intel processors and that definitely cost intel margin cotton cost them revenue. You sort of overtime. The one the thing to keep in mind is that fabs are the ultimate sort of scale plate you do. They cost millions of dollars to build. And by definition the more volume..

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"intel" Discussed on Big Data Beard

Big Data Beard

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"intel" Discussed on Big Data Beard

"For a company that builds hardware right some of the world's leading hardware for accelerating spunk and I'm curious from your perspective like in that seat of. US Her, but I'm also working for this company that makes incredible hardware. What are you looking for like when you think about your spunk architecture like what are the things that are most important to you when you start to make decisions? Yeah I mean the common thing and Most are looking for better faster cheaper in that order, right? Sometimes, people prioritize those things in the wrong order Mike fast her like cheaper. Better Faster but. Is kind of our our mantra and as you mentioned, right I'm I mentioned earlier I'm an it. INFOSEC. I I don't make money for the company I cost the company money to keep it legal insecure. So I am a customer of spunk and I'm also a customer of Intel I just so happen to work for Intel as as well. So we're constantly looking. To get the the best. Better, performance faster performance out of spunk at a cheaper price point and when I say a cheaper price point whether that's a smaller data center footprint smaller, storage footprint, smaller, set of of servers But again, not at risk of getting lesser performance you know out of the. Software. Yeah absolutely. What I've always been a fan of the idea of you can have good fast and cheap good faster cheap and you get to pick to right. They can't have all three I think it aligns nicely to do what you're I'm curious. Do you have a? Do you have a path where you know in the partnership you're able to take the things that are. kind of your best practices, the things you're learning and hand those back to spunk as as partners. That's something until capable. June. We do yeah we've so you know through our partnership as a company now Intel as a product manufacturing company that the manufacturers. Architecture CPU's storage chipsets.

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"intel" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"intel" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Find a lawyer your honor Intel in your honor here's why and simply exclaimed I explain the situation that's what she does you can't have that lawyer that's crazy making you know a lawyer right after presenting on the by the way they're not going to hi they they're not gonna get a conviction on her at all if the drugs were in the backseat I and other people in the backseat they can't tire to it right yeah she's nowhere near it it's a it's a person who's holding on to it or the drugs were next to her argument is I had no idea those people even had drugs unless they all speak say she's the one that did it yeah she was she was a driver and she even offered at the jail and while the police officers dressed in her uniform and your test and they denied it sure okay all of them well known fact yeah but having paraphernalia having drugs and taking a drug test and showing that you are you not high doesn't really matter unless they've charged her with driving while being high or illegally consuming a product if they haven't charger of that then it doesn't matter whether she did or didn't all right she should be okay get another lawyer I mean right now time for a break this is handled on the wall right now there is a lot to consider when selling a home home equity is high housing inventory is down and interest rates are at an all time low but will the uncertainty of current world news drag down.

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"intel" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"intel" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"For Intel is the president of the United States was this did you change I think how did you get to there is nothing if you could just monsters in the office this is of of of of of of of the hi Lewis this is ground zero numbers to call an eight seven seven seven three three one zero one one seven seven seven three three one zero one one it was slowly approaching the end of twenty nineteen it's like that song you know so this is Christmas and what have you done a a year older another one just begun I think of myself so this is the end of the year and what we've done what we talked about what are some of the things are the most important topics of the year and one was this attempted disclosure.

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"intel" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"intel" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Not even from the United States it wouldn't change anyone's opinion common sense would tell you your father is the president yeah you see this tweet you don't react by retweeting you don't say wow is this true you call someone within the campaigners say Hey could you look into this before I say anything about this is this true yeah Dada Dada Dada why would you even need to do that what difference does it really make for you political Intel for Intel on on of the candidates but but this was also part of many people said that that don junior any vodka had very inappropriate weeks he has with the tweet and if aka how she was really really involved yeah at the at the G. twenty talking I don't know that his tweets the words were all that inappropriate it's the inclination to go there is right I don't need to read yeah keyless is really is like I'm talking to my kids right you don't have real there's CO set up is like a bunch of children who can't shut up about each other don't have to go there it's the playground all if you look up what you have to pull the kid the country should feel like this you don't but you should the police can aside and say you can't say those things to her your primary role that we act like five year olds with the intellect of a five year old you don't it's just shocking publicly and he didn't question her I know I know but he just re tweeted and what wow is this yeah don't you don't go there don I hate saying this literally what he said you don't like toward literally I hate it yeah but I think it works here is not that awful you know he said well it is true yeah I mean again now why you care is pathetic why you end up there is just it's just so they kill us then that you're even involved in this that anyone would even care is really just over the top and it well it's after I put in I I I know how yeah I mean I know how I I know it's for the king and I and I know I have to back up and say I know most people are cool with this kind of stuff and I'm condemning all of us why do we like this why it's got your politics it's got even that is a pretty playground reporting something that is false false they're gonna Colorado what reporters called around it's sort of like who was a little sore like Elizabeth Warren and this Indian stuff the Pocahontas deal okay it's fine if reporters would like to catch candidates in life's and that would apply to all candidates including his dad catch them in lives good for you I'm but that doesn't need to involve you especially now there's no point to this now piling on on her or planning on the story does what for his dad now it's just politics Jeff that's all it is I think this is not even just politics I think this is like and it's not just Donald Trump June and I don't think what he said is you know I don't I don't think it makes you a racist by any stretch I think it just makes you I think he's doing exactly what we've the public love but yet we condemn our kids for acting like this on a playground Jeff warden head Clements afternoons is seven on news radio kale BJ five ninety eight AM and.

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