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weVISION: Bill Holt on the Business Incentives for R&D and how decision making is done at Intel

Posted on: 14-Feb-2008

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Bill Holt:Business Incentives and Decision Making at Intel Bill Holt, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Technology and Manufacturing Group (TMG) at Intel, discusses the business incentive for developing semiconductors in the nanochip era. New materials and incredibly small dimensions make development not only technically difficult but incredibly costly as well. The risks involved turns decision making into a daunting task. In this video, Bill describes how decisions are made, how Intel plans into the future, how they weight the alternatives, and how having the right people makes it all happen. More importantly, he describes how TMG keeps meeting Moore’s Law like clockwork.To view this video, you must have Microsoft Windows Media Player 9.0 or above. 01-21 (video)

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