Intel NBI: Radio-Frequency Identification Case Solution

The group of radio frequency identification (RFID) is a start-up that was part of Intel’s new business initiatives. He sought first to develop and sell rate of RF navigation module for high-performance fixed position readers could find on the docks or applications requiring reading in demanding applications loaded. When was funded first, Intel was among a record growth and diversification sought. The new company was considered synergistic with Intel processor Infrastructure Division (IPD) and XScale processor activity. But as the parent company faced slowing growth and financial difficulties, sold its XScale unit, while RFID clear “destination”. With the future of the company concerned, the director of the unit faces the challenge of managing a company with good technology and customer base, but no place to “adapt” to within the parent company. This comprehensive case 609-043, “Intel NBI: new business initiatives of Intel Corporation (__gVirt_NP_NN_NNPS <__ A)" and 609-102 and is one of the companies' new business initiatives NBI Intel Intel Corporation (__gVirt_NP_NN_NNPS <__ B). " not mentioned in these cases. by Willy Shih, Thomas Thurston Source: Harvard Business School 12 pages. Release: Aug 21, 2009. Prod #: 610027-PDF-ENG Intel NBI: Case of RFID solutions

Intel NBI: Radio-Frequency Identification Case Solution
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