Intel: It will be hard for AMD to follow us

Posted on Saturday, October 16 2004 @ 0:25 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
The day of Intel's earning results, CEO Craig Barrett delivered an up-beat report to all the firm's employees, via a Webcast and through its internal organ Circuit News. Barrett told the staff that Intel has a "plan and product roadmaps" which will allow the company to be successful despite "several highly publicised setbacks" in the recent months.

And competitors like AMD will find it very hard to follow Intel, because of its size, its resources, and its worldwide sales coverage. It has 180,000 system integrators worldwide.

More info at The Inquirer

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