No ARM in it
"Bundling everything up into a pot called "client" allowed Intel to hide losses in its mobile product range."
Why is that even allowed, by the audit committee, the auditors, the shareholders, etc? It's only a short term fix anyway as the high-volume end of the client market will continue to move away from Wintel.
Appointing a single senior person in charge of this sector acknowledges that something different is needed, but how does it actually change anything significant, unless it permits a change of strategy away from the irrelevant legacy deadweight (for the mobile/IoT market) of x86?
Even Tesco have abandoned their popular(?) x86-based fondleslab; there will be no Hudl 3. edit: probably popular because of the price. the price was probably even more subsidised than Intel's usual x86-mobile stuff (look up "contra revenue")