Apple’s Craig Federighi and Johny Srouji Describe the Genesis of the M1 Chip while Microsoft Reveals their own ‘Pluton’ Processor

 

Yesterday Patently Apple posted a report titled “Apple goes on a Media Blitz to Defend their coming iOS 14 Privacy App that is currently under attack by Advertisers & Facebook.” Both Apple’s Jane C. Horvath, Senior Director, Global Privacy and Craig Federighi, Apple’s SVP of Software Engineering took their stance on privacy public big time as they begin to prepare for an antitrust lawsuit filed by the very ad forces want to kill Apple’s iOS 14 “App Tracking Transparency,” feature set to launch in early 2021.

 

Hours after our report, an article by Ars Technica surfaced focusing on the story behind Apple’s new M1 processor that caused a stir when Apple’s SVP Software Craig Federighi caused a bit of a stir about the possibility of Windows running natively on the M1. How realistic is that is that possibility? We briefly touch on that later in the report. 

 

To be sure

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Parker Announces Retirement of Chief Technology and Innovation Officer M. Craig Maxwell, Board …

CLEVELAND, Oct. 29, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Parker Hannifin Corporation (NYSE:PH), the global leader in motion and control technologies, today announced that M. Craig Maxwell, Vice President – Chief Technology and Innovation Officer, will retire after 24 years of dedicated service to the company. The Board of Directors has elected Mark T. Czaja, currently Vice President of Technology and Innovation – Motion Systems Group, to succeed Mr. Maxwell, effective January 1, 2021.

“Throughout his 24-year career with Parker, Craig has effectively guided the company through a period of rapid innovation and technological advancement,” said Tom Williams, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. “For decades, Craig has creatively applied his engineering expertise and passion for cutting-edge technologies to deliver new products and systems that create increased value for our customers. I would like to thank Craig for his transformational leadership and for the lasting impact his contributions have left on Parker and

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Parker Announces Retirement of Chief Technology and Innovation Officer M. Craig Maxwell, Board Elects Mark T. Czaja as Successor

Mark T. Czaja

Parker Hannifin Corporation
Parker Hannifin Corporation
Parker Hannifin Corporation

CLEVELAND, Oct. 29, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Parker Hannifin Corporation (NYSE:PH), the global leader in motion and control technologies, today announced that M. Craig Maxwell, Vice President – Chief Technology and Innovation Officer, will retire after 24 years of dedicated service to the company. The Board of Directors has elected Mark T. Czaja, currently Vice President of Technology and Innovation – Motion Systems Group, to succeed Mr. Maxwell, effective January 1, 2021.

“Throughout his 24-year career with Parker, Craig has effectively guided the company through a period of rapid innovation and technological advancement,” said Tom Williams, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. “For decades, Craig has creatively applied his engineering expertise and passion for cutting-edge technologies to deliver new products and systems that create increased value for our customers. I would like to thank Craig for his transformational leadership and for the

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