Intel clarifies its CEO said on the release buggy Windows 8
Yesterday was generated something of a stir by statements from the CEO of Intel, who kindly reminded some of its employees in Taiwan that Windows 8 will be released without being completely finished . And thus, full of bugs and errors.
Apparently these statements went too far and were somewhat inconvenient, since from intel today issued a statement clarifying the situation and considering the previous reports as “unsubstantiated”. In passing, note taking advantage of the relationship between Intel and Microsoft already has a long history, and the products that go on sale in October with Windows 8 will be sufficiently tested and validated accordingly.
“Intel, Microsoft, and our partners have been working together in testing and validation to ensure the highest quality in the 200 Intel-based designs that will begin to Launch in October. Intel CEO Paul Otellini has said into the microphones that ‘Windows 8 is one of the best things that have happened to Intel’, citing the importance of touch interfaces that will reach the big pluses. “
The truth is that in no way contradict the sayings of Otellini, so this looks more like a way to quickly shut down a fire that Intel did not expect.
Link: We really do think Windows 8 is great, Intel says (CNET)Tags: CEO, intel, Launch, Paul Otellini, Windows 8