Maybe this will create a better picture of his role at Intel and his involvement in architecture development at Intel. If that's not technical then I don't know what is.Those unfamiliar with the Intel organization may be confused, because the title of "Principal Engineer" is often handed out for non-technical contributions. Francois Piednol was never an Intel Engineer in any technical sense. Piednol was a marketing employee in the retail/direct-to-consumer area. He was promoted to Principal for his initiative to create the Intel Extreme Edition brand name (https://ark.intel.com/content/www/us/en/ark/products/27492/pentium-4-processor-extreme-edition-supporting-ht-technology-3-73-ghz-2m-cache-1066-mhz-fsb.html). In other words, his greatest achievement at Intel was recognizing the opportunity to boost profit margins by selling a halo SKU to enthusiasts. He almost certainly knows absolutely nothing about manufacturing, architecture, or circuit design.
I 'm humbled by the support I got from all over the world, Thank you! The next chapter has to begin!
Reading this, translated by google, I can close this chapter of my life satisfied, the world has notice my hard work, my energy, and my passion. Of course, I am only one out of thousands working on those products, but I have given all I had, all my heart to make progress for mankind.