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Dadi Perlmutter to Leave Intel in Early 2014

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October 23, 2013 3:08:44 PM

Hopefully he's headed over to AMD...they could use a small bit of sprucing up on their architecture.
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October 23, 2013 3:32:06 PM

Jaxem said:
Hopefully he's headed over to AMD...they could use a small bit of sprucing up on their architecture.


I'm sure he has a no-compete agreement that would prevent him from moving to AMD...
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October 23, 2013 3:38:12 PM

sykozis said:
Jaxem said:
Hopefully he's headed over to AMD...they could use a small bit of sprucing up on their architecture.


I'm sure he has a no-compete agreement that would prevent him from moving to AMD...


I'm sure he does...it would be nice though, for the sake of promoting competition and helping prices go down.
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October 23, 2013 4:12:53 PM

Jaxem said:
sykozis said:
Jaxem said:
Hopefully he's headed over to AMD...they could use a small bit of sprucing up on their architecture.


I'm sure he has a no-compete agreement that would prevent him from moving to AMD...


I'm sure he does...it would be nice though, for the sake of promoting competition and helping prices go down.


Why so he can get paid less :??: 
besides that would be a dick move after 35 years
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October 24, 2013 2:31:07 AM

Jaxem said:
sykozis said:
Jaxem said:
Hopefully he's headed over to AMD...they could use a small bit of sprucing up on their architecture.


I'm sure he has a no-compete agreement that would prevent him from moving to AMD...


I'm sure he does...it would be nice though, for the sake of promoting competition and helping prices go down.


You mean like when it was P4 V. Athlon and. . . oh wait the prices were the same then, too. Hmmm.

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October 24, 2013 6:22:40 PM

Non-compete agreements are automatically void as a matter of law in California, except for a small set of specific situations expressly authorized by statute. They were outlawed by the original California Civil Code in 1872. So because AMD corporate HQ is in California and Intel is in California there is nothing legally stopping him from going to AMD.
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