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As Brian Krzanich departs, Intel needs a CEO with a bold 5G vision

Intel is facing one of the periodic turning points in its history, and now has to do that with a new CEO. Having failed to make much impact on the mobile industry, it has genuine opportunities in two key growth markets – the cloud, which could take it more deeply into telcos’ platforms and preserve its data center business; and the Internet of Things (IoT), which is the best chance to offset the decline of the PC segment. It has major challenges in both areas, exacerbated by its poor handling of the Meltdown and Spectre chip flaws, so the choice of replacement for Brian Krzanich – CEO since 2013, but now forced to step down over a consensual relationship with…

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