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Intel has used a quiet Friday announcement to reveal delays and deletions to its GPU and high-performance computing roadmap. Intel's document opens with cheery chat about GPUs. But well below the fold are several humbling pieces of news for Chipzilla. The first two are the dumping of the Rialto Bridge generation of GPUs and …

  1. Steve Davies 3 Silver badge
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    delivering a steaming pile of irrelevance

    Lovely comment. Describes the mess that Intel is in when it comes to meeting their own deadlines.

    If No45 gets indicted, how many companies will slip out bad news that day or the next in the hope of it going under the radar?

    Who are the likely subjects?

    1. Anonymous Coward
      Anonymous Coward

      Re: delivering a steaming pile of irrelevance

      "...If No45 gets indicted..."

      When No45 gets indicted...

      1. Korev Silver badge

        Re: delivering a steaming pile of irrelevance

        What's No45?

        To these British ears I kind of think P45 which I assume is wrong.

        1. Mr Crisps

          Re: delivering a steaming pile of irrelevance

          President #45 - DJ Trump esq

          1. Korev Silver badge

            Re: delivering a steaming pile of irrelevance


  2. nautica Silver badge

    “If you can't dazzle them with brilliance, baffle them with bullshit.”― W.C. Fields

  3. luis river

    Great aspiration !!

    I like Gelsinger guy ! He never to feel defeat. But If on 2026 year the share market chip dont is it fifty-fifty with AMD, congratulations Pat !!

  4. emfiliane

    The one bright point is that they didn't announce major cuts or schedule pushes to Arc, so Battlemage just might(!) be on-time-ish. Makes sense, it doesn't suck as much as their HPC offerings, even if those may have provided a lot of interesting hardware layout over the years. (Or maybe not, Intel can be very siloed.) But of course, nothing is set in stone on the consumer side, either.

  5. NoneSuch Silver badge

    You Want Innovation In THIS Enviroment?

    Intel Execs are too busy trying to shift blame and throw each other under the bus to do any serious development work. 'Why should we follow your plan? My plan is MUCH better.'

    (Best Attenborough voiceover) "Here we see a corporation in decline. Note the ruffled plumage as the Alpha males strike each other repeatedly while tearing up each others nests as fast as they are built. This sort of turmoil can last for years until the flock exhausts itself and the losers migrate to other fields."

    1. pimppetgaeghsr

      Re: You Want Innovation In THIS Enviroment?

      IBM yesterday, Intel today, ARM tomorrow

  6. Anonymous Coward
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    I'm convinced that Gelsinger will come in, shuffle a load of deckchairs, then leave.

    His philosophy does not bode well for a strong and profitable long-term future for Intel.

  7. Brian 3

    "Kicking" Pat pretty much got lucky when he took over - the "Core" skunkworks basically did a complete hail mary for intel at that time. I don't think he's going to be so lucky this time.

    And what happened, Reg??? Why aren't you calling him by his well-earned "Kicking" title?

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