lol - debt -EVERY COMPANY has debt - that is how business works.. give a business man €1m to invest, and he'll go out and borrow €4m and invest €5m instead.. how the world goes round, (y were in this mess too haha)
"Intel has a pretty large debt"
"large" ? Really ? I don't think so. They actually have billions in cash on hand. What do you think their debt is ? If they have some debt, it's only because interest rates are so low right now.
The cost of packaging is now as much as 40 % of a Application Processor unit. With proprietary low cost packaging technology Intel can very well halve that cost and sell its AP at a discount so as to finally break into the Mobile market but still maintain its traditional margin for X86 CPUs.
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