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January 22, 2021 // By Peter Clarke
Intel's incoming CEO tips 'IDM-lite' position
Pat Gelsinger is not yet Intel CEO, but he has already given his views on the balance of internal and external manufacturing Intel will have in 2023.

Intel, which is still the market leader in PC processors, despite its recent design loss in Apple computers (see More details emerge of Apple's eviction of Intel processors from PCs) benefited from the stay-at-home and work-from-home trends that resulted from the Covid-19 pandemic. For the coming quarter Intel is forecasting revenue of $18.6 billion, which would be down year-on-year 6.1 percent.

The company did not give an indication of expected capital expenditure for the year. Its capex in 2020 was $14.3 billion, approximately half what foundry TSMC is planning on for 2021 (see US fab part of TSMC capex surge to $28 billion).

Related links and articles:

www.intel.com

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More details emerge of Apple's eviction of Intel processors from PCs

Report: Fab-lite Intel outsourcing starts with Core i3

US fab part of TSMC capex surge to $28 billion


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