Intel has been THE leader in semiconductor manufacturing for years, so suddenly being behind TSMC and Samsung by an entire process generation is very unusual. On top of that, it renowned for its massive economies of scale; its volumes were so large that when AMD launched the Athlon64 and Opteron and IBM the Power PC G5, it took a full year for IBM and AMD combined to match the number of 64-bit x86 parts that Intel shipped. .
. in one month, and Intel did not even have to cut back on any other product lines to do it. Now, it having trouble keeping up with demand, while AMD is chewing up the market at Intel expense. CEO Bob Swan came clean about what went wrong at the Credit Suisse technology conference. The FutureAs its 10nm process spins up at long last, Intel outlined its plans to….