Intel Disrupted: Why large companies find it difficult to innovate, and what they can do about it

It’s becoming clear that extracting intelligence from that big data requires machine learning architectures which are better implemented with non x86 chips from companies like NVidia. It’s possible that by the end of this decade history might repeat itself in Intel’s most profitable segment.

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Intel must think and execute like a startup, otherwise the failure in mobile will repeat as a loss at the enterprise – but not without a fight. More is to gain by offense than defense, however.

2 thoughts on “Intel Disrupted: Why large companies find it difficult to innovate, and what they can do about it”

  1. Joel, I agree that Intel’s own past success and biases are preventing it from acquiring or promoting the “technical DNA” it will need to prosper in the future, but how can a company like Intel ever again think like a startup? I tried to be an advocate of change and disruptive innovation in my role in connected car projects in Intel Labs, but there was never a clear path to productization. Without a business group able to make profit from the innovations, even great technical advances are unsustainable. I’m frankly relieved to be able to say: “not my problem any more”. Now I just need to find a new place to land and contribute.

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