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Intel chief Bob Swan sits down with PCWorld and other reporters, answering questions about the PC market, Intel's manufacturing issues, future products, and more. This is the transcript of the conversation.
Intel chief executive Bob Swan said Intel's advantage in the PC market was its plentiful supply of processors, and its ability to co-design PCs with its partners.
Intel says it's open to the idea of bringing in a third-party chip manufacturing line within Intel to improve the company's processor manufacturing.