Intel Vows to Surpass TSMC as the World’s Leading Semiconductor Company

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Intel has confirmed its intention to eclipse TSMC as the world’s leading semiconductor company. The lofty goal was confirmed by newly cemented CEO Pat Gelsinger, who published a note to employees today explaining the fast-paced nature of today’s technology and how Intel was the only company in the world that was properly equipped to handle the challenges related to modern digital “superpowers” such as cloud, 5G, and artificial intelligence.

“Intel is the only semiconductor company that has the depth and breadth of intelligent silicon, platform, software, architecture, design, manufacturing and scale that our customers need to capitalize on these opportunities and fuel their next-generation innovations,” Gelsinger boasted in his note to the team.

“I am confident that we can be the world’s leading semiconductor company in a landscape of tremendous change and set a course for a new era of innovation and technological leadership.”

Gelsinger goes on to rally Intel employees with four key priorities. The CEO intends to transform the company into a leader in every category in which it competes, execute flawlessly to its commitments, passionately innovate with boldness and speed, and reignite its culture to attract and motivate the best engineers and technologists on the planet.

“I know Intel’s best days are in front of us,” the CEO optimistically stated. “Let’s get started.”

Tsing Mui
News poster at The FPS Review.

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