Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger said that correcting the company’s mistakes is a five-year task

Pat Gelsinger returned to lead Intel for less than a year, but he made it clear that after years of mistakes, he needs at least four other people to make Intel stand up again. Gelsinger said that if Intel wants to re-establish its status as a semiconductor giant, then this kind of work is “a five-year mission to restore all of this to health.”

This is reported Wall Street Journal (pass through Find Alpha), he explained Gelsinger’s determination to bring the company’s fab back to life, and at the same time he asserted that there is no immediate formula to bring Intel back to its peak.