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ACO in aussie newspaper - J.Manrique - 11-27-2001

I suppose you have read, but take a sight:
http://it.mycareer.com.au/news/2001/11/27/FFX7I564HUC.html

Where is Ian to tell us a new "true" ?

Cheers,
J.Manrique
CdU de la ETSIG
http://pagina.de/clubusu


Frightful... - Vieira, Luiz C. (Brazil) - 11-27-2001

No comments...


Welcome to my life ;-) - Dave Hicks - 11-27-2001

I can think of some coworkers at Intel who have been there a decade and never seen a project get out the door. In fact, in one meeting I was declared the odd-ball because I could claim a half a dozen shipped products in 15 years. ;-)

One project went on for 8 years (and $300,000,000) before being closed down. This stuff happens in high-tech all the time.


Re: Welcome to my life ;-) - Bill Wiese - 11-28-2001

Hmmm, Dave, was that the iAPX432 multichip Ada processor?
;-)

Intel does have the luxury of funding all sorts of gambles, experiments, etc. since they can sell a given 1mm silicon, on average, for 2.5X-4X what other semiconductor mfgrs can (i.e, Motorola, Philips, TI, etc.)

-Bill Wiese
-San Mateo, CA


Re: ACO in aussie newspaper - michael Tjebben - 11-28-2001

Darn! I'd buy one! The ACO guys were doing some COOL things!




No that actually shipped - Dave Hicks - 11-28-2001

They must have sold 500 of them at least! ;-) But that was a pretty good money looser too.

I was thinking of BiiN. A closely related later joint-project between Intel and Siemens.