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Foundry Model Challenges Intel

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pocharle
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Re: tough model to follow
pocharle   9/23/2013 7:48:10 PM
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I know that. But usually you'll find that the 'performance' baseline by most vendors would not be even acceptable in most environments.

The tweaks involved to get the most out of your investment usually requires time and load testing on your own or with the help of experts.

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Jacob   9/23/2013 6:03:56 AM
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"Performance can be turned into a whole different conversation. It's such a subjective thing that creating "performance baselines" is tough in itself."

Basically software or devices are creating with a minimum performance guarantee. So fine tuning will help to derive maximum out of it.

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Re: tough model to follow
pocharle   9/22/2013 8:49:19 PM
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Performance can be turned into a whole different conversation. It's such a subjective thing that creating "performance baselines" is tough in itself.

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Jacob   9/19/2013 6:21:40 AM
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"That process is the difficult part. Turning theory into reality."

pocharle, you are right. Fine turning the devicess in to application for better performance

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Re: tough model to follow
pocharle   9/14/2013 12:11:45 PM
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That process is the difficult part. Turning theory into reality.

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Jacob   8/31/2013 11:52:12 PM
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"My Sentiments precisely. Don't you also feel that Medical Industry holds a lot of promise today?"

Tech4people, but i personally feels that medical elctronics sector is one of the promising domain

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Jacob   8/31/2013 11:52:07 PM
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"Of course it does. There will always be funding for biotech & research. So it's a revolving door of promising advancements."

pocharle, i feel lots of scops are there in this type of applications. Technologies are in place, but we have to transform or port such technologies to application levels.

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pocharle   8/31/2013 1:44:58 PM
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Of course it does. There will always be funding for biotech & research. So it's a revolving door of promising advancements.

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tech4people   8/31/2013 12:00:00 PM
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Himanshu,

My Sentiments precisely.

Don't you also feel that Medical Industry holds a lot of promise today?

 

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tech4people   8/31/2013 11:58:50 AM
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Tam,

What about Automation/Core Manufacturing/Medical Applications?

How is Intel performing there?

I know they got onto the Mobile Game very,very late but does it mean that it really is Game over for them?

After all,Looking at current Trends I see Mobile Sales also falling Globally(same thing happened in 2012 as well as Consumers start to become uber-cautious about Spending their Hard-earned Money as the Recession starts to bite!);also if your Cellphone can work very well for 2 years(average Replacement time for most Western Consumers) maybe it can work well for 3-4 years as well?

After all Cellphones(like any Electronic Item) is a depreciating asset for Consumers;so Why keep wasting you Hard-earned Savings on it?

Regards

Ashish.

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