Intel splits in two, signs deal with Microsoft

'We want to be the foundry for the world'

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Intel hopes to challenge TSMC and Samsung, providing a Western alternative for chip production
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Intel hopes to challenge TSMC and Samsung, providing a Western alternative for chip production

Intel is splitting down the middle, separating its Product and Foundry lines into two separate businesses.

CEO Pat Gelsinger made the announced at Intel's Foundry Direct Connect event in California this week. "We want to be the foundry for the world. If we're going to be the Western foundry at scale,...

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