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selinz
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re: Intel invests $40 million in 10 startups
selinz   10/3/2012 5:41:17 PM
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Interesting that there is not any clear benefit in any of these to their hardware offerings.

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re: Intel invests $40 million in 10 startups
Baliv   10/3/2012 6:14:55 PM
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Many of these investments support the Intel Media initiative. A virtual cable operator will require more chips in the home to deliver better processing power for the services (and hence, Intel hardware moves from computing to other markets while they maintain control of the platform, h/w and s/w).

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re: Intel invests $40 million in 10 startups
PV-Geek   10/4/2012 3:28:10 PM
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One way to drive adoption of your chip sets into new markets is to get startups to use them and hope they become influentual players in the space.



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