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Mergers help Intel report record growth

7/20/2011 08:56 PM EDT
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resistion
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resistion   7/22/2011 2:22:39 AM
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Toilavua   7/22/2011 12:46:04 AM
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Good for Intel & employee jobs security.

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agk   7/21/2011 10:16:50 AM
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The Atom processor specifications are not attracting many. Especially its speed.So the applications run slow. Some how Intel needs to optimize this with specific aplications and Atom wil recover.

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daleste   7/21/2011 3:07:28 AM
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Looks like the strong get stronger during the weak economy. Seems like many of the small start ups are folding while the large companies are reporting growth.

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Sanjib.A   7/21/2011 2:28:44 AM
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Intel's result indicates a stronger growth in the embedded and communication segment compared to a slower growth in the PC segment, where as Intel has yet to penetrate in the smartphone market. Then, what are the devices under "embedded and communication" segment that boosted Intel's growth? the netbooks, the industrial embedded, anything else?

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