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Lines blur between Intel Atom and Core

9/13/2012 05:25 PM EDT
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re: Lines blur between Intel Atom and Core
Bruzzer   9/17/2012 4:09:43 AM
In other words Mr. Perlmutter is saying that by having multiple overlapping processors in the power plane, that Intel sales can lure price takers to next higher margin product's tied in sales bundle when prior margin leader's price dips below Intel marginal cost of producing the run down volume. Mike Bruzzone Camp Marketing

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