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3/1/2012 11:30 PM EST
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daleste
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daleste   3/4/2012 5:09:32 AM
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I can see that the problem is that there is only two players in microprocessors, so they don't want to expose their share, just like the FPGAs. It would be good to still get the report for fab utilization and total market growth.

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manilascooltalk   3/3/2012 10:13:54 AM
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WSTS statistics on microprocessor chip sales varies from country to country. While Intel leads in the "CLONE" industry(chips cloned from IBM originals, in countries where APPLE is leading uses chips from TI(Texas Instruments). This reporting can be mere heresay without accurate data. I am glad that SIA is still committed in reporting "as-is" statistics.

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mcgrathdylan   3/3/2012 1:59:01 AM
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I think that is the plan. Without Intel and AMD reporting data, they will just have to estimate.

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old account Frank Eory   3/2/2012 8:15:01 PM
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The demand for the data is still there. So what now? Estimates?

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goafrit   3/2/2012 4:28:54 PM
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Without INTEL and AMD, I do not think they have a job. Intel is bigger than all and if INTEL goes and establish their own body, this NGO is done.

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