Foundry Model Challenges Intel

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pocharle
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Re: tough model to follow
pocharle   10/22/2013 8:07:06 PM
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Glad to help.

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Jacob   10/21/2013 11:19:33 PM
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"It's the abbreviation for "No Problem""

Pocharle, Thanks for the clarification.

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Re: tough model to follow
pocharle   10/21/2013 7:28:00 PM
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It's the abbreviation for "No Problem"

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Jacob   10/19/2013 12:40:24 AM
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"NP"

pocharle, NP means?

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Re: tough model to follow
pocharle   10/18/2013 8:59:24 PM
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NP

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Re: tough model to follow
Jacob   10/13/2013 11:25:23 PM
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"I understand that. I'm talking about the initial stages of the process."

Pocharle, thanks for ur understanding.

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Re: tough model to follow
pocharle   10/12/2013 3:53:14 PM
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I understand that. I'm talking about the initial stages of the process.

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Jacob   10/4/2013 5:54:41 AM
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"This is why the intersection between performance & compatibility becomes paramount if you're going by the vendors guidelines."

Pocharle, but we have to look for vendor parameters too.

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pocharle   9/30/2013 9:48:56 PM
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I understand that. This is why the intersection between performance & compatibility becomes paramount if you're going by the vendors guidelines.

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Jacob   9/24/2013 12:22:35 AM
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"But usually you'll find that the 'performance' baseline by most vendors would not be even acceptable in most environments."

Pocharle, that's why companies are giving only minimum performance guarantee and not any guarantee about maximum performance.

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