Articles about Christian Morales

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Europe floats DIRTY ORE plan, rights groups scoff: It's VOLUNTARY?

The European Commission has released a draft for a programme to regulate the use of conflict materials. The EC said that its plan includes measures which would seek to restrict groups from trading in valuable minerals in order to fund armed conflicts. The package would bring a certification which would require importers in the …
Shaun Nichols, 06 Mar 2014

Tablet marketgasm? Don't make us laugh, say Intel chiefs

Intel execs poured cold water on overheated predictions for tablet sales today, pointing out to investors that notebook shipments still massively outnumber fondleslabs, and there is little prospect of that changing. CFO Stacy Smith and EMEA General Manager Christian Morales hit investors with a mountain of data at at an …
Joe Fay, 26 May 2011

Intel Euro boss pledges Brussels-friendly marketing funds

Intel will offer EU-compliant coop marketing funds and discounts to the channel in Europe whatever the outcome of its appeal against a Brussels ruling that it had abused its monopoly. Intel was hit with a $1.5bn fine last year by the European Competition Commission, which decided the company had stifled competition by paying …
Joe Fay, 09 Mar 2010

Intel shows off 48 cores

Intel demoed its experimental 48 core chip at Cebit this morning as it (almost) nailed down the dates for its latest real world server chips. The vendor has been touting the 48 core part around as part of its vision of massively parallel systems. It describes it as a single chip cloud. An Intel researcher said the part used a …
Joe Fay, 02 Mar 2010

Intel plays down netbook 'cannibalisation'

An Intel exec claimed today that the dive in computer sales many have blamed on cheap-as-chips netbooks was currently at about 20 per cent, "less than speculation". Chipzilla's EMEA sales boss Christian Morales told Reuters netbook sales accounted for 16 per cent of all notebooks flogged worldwide. He added that the figure …
Kelly Fiveash, 27 May 2009
Broken CD with wrench

Intel: We'll spend our way out of the downturn - again

Cebit 09 Intel kicked off the Cebit show today by wheeling out Craig Barrett to declare it will once again invest its way out of recession. The vendor flashed its Nehalem Xeon processor, confirmed it was speeding up its shift to 32nm and declared embedded processors the next big thing. Intel chairman Barrett opened the vendor's …
Joe Fay, 03 Mar 2009
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Intel goes Atomic at Greenwash CeBIT

CeBIT Intel tried to erase its lukewarm past performance in the ultra mobile market by pushing its standard architecture right down the food chain in a flurry of launches at Cebit this morning. The firm officially unveiled its Atom platform for low power mobile and internet devices. The 45nm, high-k metal gate built platform will …
Joe Fay, 04 Mar 2008
The Register breaking news

Disruptive IT forces gather in London hotel

Last Friday saw this year's Economist Leadership Forum which ended with a panel discussion of disruptive technologies to watch out for in the year ahead. The panel included Microsoft's European chief executive, Dell's European president and the chief technology officer for mobile network Orange. The great and the good were …
John Oates, 06 Dec 2004
The Register breaking news

China to overtake Japan in PC sales this year – Intel

ComputerWire: IT Industry Intelligence Intel Corp expects China to become the world's second most important PC market by the end of this year, according to local reports. Reuters news agency reported that Christian Morales, the chip giant's vice president for Asia Pacific, told a news conference in Malaysia that it had …
ComputerWire, 01 Aug 2002