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Intel Has To Be Better Than 'Lifestyle Company' Apple at Making CPUs, Says New CEO

Intel's new CEO, Pat Gelsinger, doesn't start his new role until February, but he's already prepping the company to take on Apple's M1 chips. From a report: The Oregonian, a local newspaper in Oregon where Intel maintains a large presence, reports that the chip maker held an all-hands company meeting yesterday, and Gelsinger attended. "We have to deliver better products to the PC ecosystem than any possible thing that a lifestyle company in Cupertino" makes, Gelsinger reportedly told Intel emplo...
Tags: Apple, Oregon, Tech, Intel, Amd, Cupertino, Pat Gelsinger, Gelsinger, Better Than Lifestyle Company Apple


New Intel CEO Talks a Little Trash About Apple While Trying to Reverse Company's Woes

Pat Gelsinger was just named as Intel’s new CEO earlier this week, and apparently is off to a bold start following a recent employee meeting where Gelsinger told employees that Intel needs to deliver better PC products than anything made by that “lifestyle company in Cupertino.” Ouch.Read more...
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Incoming Intel CEO Derides Company's Inability to 'Deliver Better Products' Than Apple's M1 Chip

Incoming Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger has said that the company must "deliver better products" than Apple, which he described as a "lifestyle company," and says that Intel's best days are "in front of it" (via The Oregonian). Speaking at an Intel all-hands meeting yesterday, Gelsinger derisively implied that Apple is merely a "lifestyle company," so Intel must be able to surpass its technology: "We have to deliver better products to the PC ecosystem than any possible thing that a lifestyle compan...
Tags: Apple, Microsoft, Intel, Amd, Pat Gelsinger, Gelsinger, Bob Swan, Apple Silicon, Intel Third Point, Incoming Intel


10 things in tech you need to know today

Armed military in the Capitol. AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite Good morning! This is the tech news you need to know this Thursday. Sign up here to get this email in your inbox every morning.Have an Amazon Alexa device? Listen to this update by searching "Business Insider" in your flash briefing settings.Facebook tracked a rise in violent rhetoric. Signals Facebook flagged ahead of President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration included digital flyers promoting future protest, some of them featuring...
Tags: Google, Facebook, US, Trends, Walmart, Joe Biden, Intel, Nancy Pelosi, Fintech, Signal, Vmware, Fred Wilson, Trump, Capitol, Pat Gelsinger, Amazon Alexa


VMware has the strategy and culture to thrive after CEO Pat Gelsinger's exit to Intel

Virtzilla’s next boss has container-centric challenges tho nothing as hard as the task of making Intel great again Analysis A VMware employee of my acquaintance once told me a story about a customer meeting he attended alongside departing CEO Pat Gelsinger, who has just been revealed as the new CEO of Intel.…
Tags: Intel, Software, Vmware, Virtzilla, Pat Gelsinger


Daily Crunch: Airbnb cancels all DC bookings during inauguration week

Airbnb takes a big step to avoid violence at the inauguration, Intel gets a new CEO and Affirm goes public. This is your Daily Crunch for January 13, 2021. The big story: Airbnb cancels all DC bookings during inauguration week Airbnb said today that “in response to various local, state and federal officials asking people not to travel to Washington, D.C.” it will be canceling all reservations in the area for next week, which is the week of President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration. This will appl...
Tags: Washington, Tech, Joe Biden, Intel, Policy, FLO, Airbnb, Ftc, Pat Gelsinger, Gelsinger, Bob Swan, Rapyd, Dear Sophie, Airbnb Apple, Universities Startups


VMware stock drops over 7% after news that CEO Pat Gelsinger will head to Intel

Former VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger VMware Shares of VMware, Inc. slipped over 7% Wednesday on news the company's CEO Pat Gelsinger is headed to Intel. Gelsinger will be replaced by CFO Zane Rowe in the interim while the board and majority stakeholder Dell Technologies decide on a replacement. Michael Dell, Chairman of the Board at VMware, commented on Gelsinger's departure, saying, "I speak for the VMware Board of Directors, executive management and employees in expressing our gratitude to Pa...
Tags: Trends, Markets, Intel, Palo Alto, Michael Dell, Dell, Wall Street Journal, Vmware, Pat, RBC Capital, Müller, Pat Gelsinger, EMC Corp, Zane, VMware Inc, Zane Rowe


Pat Gelsinger stepping down as VMware CEO to replace Bob Swan at Intel

In a move that could have wide ramifications across the tech landscape, Intel announced that VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger would be replacing interim CEO Bob Swann at Intel on February 15th. The question is why would he leave his job to run a struggling chip giant. The bottom line is he has a long history with Intel, working with some of the biggest names in chip industry lore before he joined VMware in 2009. It has to be a thrill for him to go back to his roots and try to jump start the company. “I ...
Tags: TC, Enterprise, Tech, Intel, Taiwan, Michael Dell, Nvidia, Dell, Vmware, Pat, Maxim, Omar Ishrak, Moorhead, Pat Gelsinger, Patrick Moorhead, Moor Insights Strategy


Swan Out as Intel Gets Its Third CEO in Three Years

Intel, the beleaguered CPU designer, is moving onto its third CEO in three years. Today Anandtech reported the departure of CEO Bob Swan and the hiring of Pat Gelsinger as his replacement.Read more...
Tags: Science, Intel, Pat Gelsinger, Bob Swan


Intel is replacing CEO Bob Swan with VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger

Intel boss Robert "Bob" Swan. Christoph Dernbach/Getty Images Intel CEO Bob Swan will be replaced by CEO of VMware Pat Gelsinger, the company said Monday. The change will go into effect on February 15 and comes after the chip giant saw a rough year in 2020. Last summer, it announced that production problems would delay its next-generation chips. When Swan became CEO in January 2019, some expressed concern over the executive's lack of technical background to helm a company historically led ...
Tags: News, Trends, Intel, Cnbc, Vmware, Cto, Pat, Tech Companies, Brian Krzanich, Pat Gelsinger, CEOs, Krzanich, Swan, Tech Insider, Bob Swan, Katie Canales


Intel CEO Bob Swan is stepping down to be replaced by VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger

Someone with technical nous could be good for Chipzilla – the markets certainly think so Intel CEO Bob Swan's time at the head of Chipzilla is coming to an end and Intel's first CTO, Pat Gelsinger, is to replace him.…
Tags: Intel, Software, Vmware, Chipzilla, Pat Gelsinger, Bob Swan


Intel ousts CEO and names successor

Intel has named Pat Gelsinger as its new chief executive officer, replacing Bob Swan after a rocky two-year run.
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Intel stock surges 7% on news CEO Bob Swan to be replaced by VMware's Pat Gelsinger

Intel boss Robert "Bob" Swan announces the chip group's new microprocessors called "Tiger Lake" at the technology fair CES. The new chips are expected to significantly accelerate games and AI. Christoph Dernbach/Getty Images Shares of Intel are up over 7% on Wednesday on news CEO Bob Swan will be replaced by VMware's Pat Gelsinger. The news comes after activist hedge fund Third Point LLC, which holds a $1 billion stake in Intel, urged "immediate change" at the company. Third Point CEO ...
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Intel CEO Bob Swan To Step Down in February, VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger To Replace Him

Intel CEO Bob Swan is set to step down effective Feb. 15. From a report: VMWare CEO Pat Gelsinger will take over the position, sources told CNBC. Intel's stock was up about 13% in premarket trading following the news. VMWare's stock was down nearly 5%. Swan was named CEO in January 2019 after serving as interim CEO for seven months. During Swan's tenure, Intel has suffered blows from competitors. Over the summer, Intel reported that its latest generation chips would be delayed while AMD's were a...
Tags: Apple, Tech, Intel, Amd, Vmware, Pat Gelsinger, Bob Swan, CNBC Intel




Intel CEO Bob Swan to be replaced with VMWare's Pat Gelsinger

Intel CEO Bob Swan is poised to step down from the tech company as of Feb. 15.
Tags: Intel, Vmware, Pat Gelsinger, Bob Swan


Intel CEO Bob Swan to step down, VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger to replace him

Swan was named CEO in January 2019 after serving as interim CEO for seven months.
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Intel CEO Bob Swan to Step Down in February

Intel CEO Bob Swan is to step down as of February 15, according to CNBC. CEO of VMWare, Pat Gelsinger, is expected to take over the position. During Swan's tenure, Intel has faced a range of considerable setbacks. In the summer of 2020, Apple announced that it was severing its partnership with Intel to favor its own custom silicon instead. Microsoft, another major Intel client, is expected to follow suit in the near future. Intel also reported last year that its latest 7nm processors would b...
Tags: Apple, Microsoft, Intel, Amd, Cnbc, Vmware, Pat Gelsinger, Swan, Gelsinger, Bob Swan, Intel Third Point, Swan Gelsinger


VMware CEO doesn’t know who will run its hypervisor on SmartNICs

Maybe clouds. Maybe banks. Probably not you, until they matter to developers +COMMENT VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger is unsure who will use the recently announced cut of the company's ESXi hypervisor for SmartNICs with Arm CPUs.…
Tags: Software, Vmware, Pat Gelsinger


VMware supremo Pat Gelsinger makes peace with Microsoft, and Virtzilla pitches Tanzu to the Spring crowd

We talk to VMware VP and Kubernetes co-founder Craig McLuckie: 'Our ambition was to disrupt' - but not just for Google SpringOne Virtual SpringOne kicked off with VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger declaring that the company's partnership with Microsoft - Azure Spring Cloud is generally available from today - has ended decades of "clawing and spitting and fighting with each other".…
Tags: Google, Microsoft, Software, Vmware, Virtzilla, Pat Gelsinger, Craig McLuckie, Tanzu


The tech industry has a terrible track record on diversity. Here's how 17 companies that spoke out against racism this week say they plan to improve.

Many technology companies have shared statements of support as protesters across the country advocate for an end to systemic racism and police brutality. But many of these same companies struggle to hire and retain people of color and women from all backgrounds.  Business Insider tracked what enterprise tech companies have said publicly about the ongoing protests, along with their diversity statistics for leadership and their overall workforce, and asked how they plan to promote more diverse a...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, Microsoft, Okta, US, America, Trends, Cisco, Intel, United States, Alaska, Michael Dell, Silicon Valley, Dell, Salesforce


VMware acquires network security firm Lastline, said to lay off 40% of staff

VMware is acquiring network security firm Lastline, TechCrunch has learned. Since its launch in 2012, Lastline raised about $52.2 million, according to Crunchbase. Investors include Thomvest Ventures, which led the company’s $28.5 million Series C round in 2017; Redpoint and e.ventures, which led the company’s 2013 funding round; and Barracuda Networks, NTT Finance and Dell Technologies Capital. A source tells us that VMware will let go some 40% of Lastline’s employees — about 50 staffers ...
Tags: Security, Cloud Computing, Tech, Computing, M&a, Vmware, Computer Security, Lay Offs, Cloud Infrastructure, Pat Gelsinger, Carbon Black, Thomvest Ventures, Lastline, Nyansa, Lastline TechCrunch, Crunchbase Investors


VMware acquires network security firm Lastline, said to lay off 40% staff

VMware is acquiring network security firm Lastline, TechCrunch has learned. Since its launch in 2012, Lastline raised about $52.2 million, according to Crunchbase. Investors include Thomvest Ventures, which led the company’s $28.5 million Series C round in 2017, Redpoint and e.ventures, which led the company’s 2013 funding round, as well as Barracuda Networks, NTT Finance and Dell Technologies Capital. A source tells us that VMware will let go some 40 percent of Lastline’s employees — abou...
Tags: Security, Cloud Computing, Tech, Computing, TechCrunch, Vmware, Computer Security, Cloud Infrastructure, Pat Gelsinger, Carbon Black, Thomvest Ventures, Lastline, Nyansa, Lastline TechCrunch, Crunchbase Investors, Barracuda Networks NTT Finance


From Airbnb to Zoom, tech CEOs see a brave new, post-coronavirus world

Hello dear readers and welcome back to Trending — your Wednesday rendez-vous for all things tech. If you want to get Trending in your email inbox every week, just click here. This week: Tech CEOs look into the future Remember the old saying about never letting a crisis go to waste?  I picture Rahm Emanuel reciting the phrase amid the Great Recession, but VMWare CEO Pat Gelsinger credits the quote to Churchill (an attribution that, it turns out, is a matter of dispute). Regardless of who said...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, Elon Musk, Congress, Singapore, US, Trends, Tesla, Weber Shandwick, Silicon Valley, Airbnb, Boston Dynamics, Vmware, Keybase, Royal Caribbean, Musk


These enterprise tech companies have had layoffs, furloughs, or cut employee benefits due to the COVID-19 crisis

Some enterprise tech companies — like cloud providers and makers of collaboration and video conferencing tools — have gotten a lift during the coronavirus crisis thanks to the shift to remote work.  Other types of enterprise tech companies haven't fared as well though and have been forced to dramatically slash costs. Here's a list of tech companies that have begun cutting jobs, furloughing employees, or making deep cuts in their benefits. Click here for more BI Prime stories. The coronavirus ...
Tags: Google, New York, Pinterest, California, Boston, San Francisco, Trends, Atlanta, Hortonworks, Silicon Valley, Salesforce, Idc, Vmware, Business Insider, Glassdoor, Cloudera


Dell says that it's 'broadly' stopped hiring, even as its subsidiary VMware focuses its recruitment on five key priorities (DELL, VMW)

A Dell spokesperson tells Business Insider that the company is not currently "hiring broadly" amid the coronavirus pandemic — though subsidiaries VMware and Secureworks haven't paused their own recruitment efforts.  On Tuesday, Business Insider reported that VMware was freezing pay raises, 401(k) retirement-fund matches in the US, and cutting executive salaries. However, a VMware spokesperson tells Business Insider that it still plans to hire in five strategic areas of priority, largely relate...
Tags: US, Trends, Dell, Vmware, Business Insider, Pat Gelsinger, Dell Technologies


$54 billion VMware told employees it's freezing salaries, cutting CEO and other executive pay, and suspending 401(k) matches over the impact of COVID-19 (VMW)

VMware, the $54 billion IT software giant, told employees it was freezing salaries and suspending 401(k) matches because of the COVID-19 crisis.  An internal memo obtained by Business Insider said CEO Pat Gelsinger, other top executives, and board members would also take salary reductions. "Many of our customers are under financial pressure," the memo signed by Chief Financial Officer Zane Rowe and Chief People Officer Betsy Sutter said. "VMware must also be thoughtful and prudent as we naviga...
Tags: US, Trends, Dell, Vmware, Business Insider, Pat Gelsinger, Zane Rowe, Michael Thacker, COVID, SecureDrop Claim, Betsy Sutter


$54 billion VMware told employees it is freezing salaries, cutting CEO and other executive pay, and suspending 401(k) matches due to the impact of COVID-19 (VMW)

VMware, the $54 billion IT software giant, just told employees it is freezing salaries and suspending 401K matches due to the COVID-19 crisis.  An internal memo obtained by Business Insider said CEO Pat Gelsinger, other top executives and board members will also take salary reductions. "Many of our customers are under financial pressure," the memo signed by Chief Financial Officer Zane Rowe and Chief People Officer Betsy Sutter said. "VMware must also be thoughtful and prudent as we navigate t...
Tags: US, Trends, Dell, Vmware, Business Insider, Pat Gelsinger, Zane Rowe, Michael Thacker, COVID, SecureDrop Claim, Betsy Sutter


Meet the 10 VMware power players helping turn the legacy tech company into a major powerhouse in the cloud computing wars (VMW)

VMware emerged as an important player in enterprise tech, with its pioneering virtualization software technology which businesses to tap disparate computer systems as one network and using computing power based on their needs. The company, under CEO Pat Gelsinger, has been aggressively expanding the reach of its technology in the cloud where it is now considered a key partner by most players in that arena, led by Amazon, Oracle and Microsoft. Here are the 10 of the key VMware executives who ar...
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SAP has cancelled all in-person events and says bookings on its Concur travel platform is down 20% due to coronavirus crisis (SAP)

SAP has cancelled all "in-person events" including major conferences scheduled this month in Orlando and Las Vegas in response to the coronavirus crisis. The German tech giant also said it has seen a 20% drop in transactions on its Concur travel management platform due to the health crisis. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories SAP said Thursday that it has cancelled all "in-person events," including upcoming conventions in Orlando and Las Vegas this month, due to the coronavirus...
Tags: Amazon, Trends, Las Vegas, Sap, Vmware, Orlando, Sxsw, Trump, Austin Texas, Pat Gelsinger, Google Facebook Microsoft, SAP Concur, COVID