So...Joining the ranks of fusion power, quantum computing, and 'Boeing engineering', eh, Intel?
Article title--"Intel promises..."
We see that you have decided to join the "Always Twenty Years Away" club, Intel. Only one teensy problem--you ain't got twenty years. You ain't even got five (and "ain't" is as grammatically correct as what you do passes--you think--for 'engineering expertise'). You learned your lessons well from Boeing, when you decided that the key to a rosy future lay in turning your fate over to the bean-counters, and completely ignoring the fact that science and engineering is what got you to where you USED to be.
Ooohhh...and The Register--it's time for you to start digging out your recent rosy articles on Intel's glorious predictions of the future, written, no doubt, by the same bean counters and hacks who now run all the rest of the company. One that comes immediately to mind is how Intel will most definitely be profitable in 2024; that's right folks: in a mere four more months, Intel will be profitable again!
I believe Warren Buffet who says that investing in the semiconductor business is a fool's errand.
Intel most definitely proves him correct.