Legions.com heeft een editorial genaamd 'Where Intel is Going Today'. Hier heb je wat info uit de intro:
It looks as though the empire is crumbling. High prices, price wars, and significant competition are taking their toll, and if things continue at this rate, the empire won't rule for much longer. Who am I talking about? No, not Microsoft, but the other half of Wintel: Intel.
Over the years, Intel has become so accustomed to telling the computer industry what they want that they seem to have lost the ability to listen. Now, for the first time in recent memory, Intel is facing some significant competition on all fronts. But instead of fighting back, they are carrying on as they always have - putting out products that are decent, although not inspired, and assuming that people will buy them because the box says "Intel Inside." Ignoring the competition has worked so far, but will it work now? Or is this the beginning of Intel's downward slide?