Intel no longer produces network devices
Intel has announced that it will no longer produce routers or switches in the future. The press spokesman Christian Anderka justified this step by saying that they wanted to take care of their core business more.
Intel will continue to manufacture semiconductors for network interfaces, but then leave the production of the end devices to other manufacturers. Only two years ago Intel presented itself as a supplier of network appliances at CeBIT and now the factory in Denmark is to be closed again. With the factory, a few thousand jobs will probably also be lost. But at least Intel wants to maintain support for the devices that are already available in the future.