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Altera's sales slump on inventory glut, comms weakness

4/20/2012 05:30 AM EDT
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KB3001
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re: Altera's sales slump on inventory glut, comms weakness
KB3001   4/22/2012 1:20:32 PM
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I wonder how much of this is due to a loss of ground to Xilinx?

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DrFPGA   4/20/2012 9:05:16 PM
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Altera has traditionally been strong in the comm market and suffers the ups and downs associated with it. Other programmable guys are a bit more diversified...

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goafrit   4/20/2012 5:20:50 PM
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Altera is used everywhere in the emerging market. But Altera does not sell any of these parts. In China, Altera is popular. Unfortunately, those are counterfeit parts. To do well, Altera needs a plan to manage that.

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