Intel CEO speaks on ‘manufacturing leadership’ in tomorrow’s webcast

In one last minute notice, Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger and SVP and general manager of production, supply chain and operations Keyvan Esfarjani is set to host a webcast tomorrow related to the existing company IDM Strategy 2.0.

Details on what the webcast will cover are few, but Intel’s official release shares enough information to whet the appetite of those already invested. Gelsinger and Esfarjani will “share details of Intel’s latest investment in manufacturing,” according to the official statement. As the company has already expanded its production plans with two $20 billion manufacturing plants (fabs) in Arizona, the webcast could include further expansion with rumored fabs in Ohio, according to the report. a report of Oregonian through the Tom’s Hardware.

“As part of its IDM 2.0 strategy, Intel is committed to investing in manufacturing capacity to meet rising demand for advanced semiconductors and build a more resilient, global, balanced supply chain,” said Intel. said in its official statement. With the Arizona fabs already announced, rumor of the Ohio expansion is even more convincing when combined with a last-minute webcast.

Intel will broadcast webcasts through Intel Newsroom on Friday, January 21 at 1:30 p.m. CT. The webcast will be available for playback via Intel Newsroom. Intel CEO speaks on ‘manufacturing leadership’ in tomorrow’s webcast


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