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daleste
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re: Intel leads surprise inventory decline
daleste   3/14/2013 1:47:36 AM
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I guess Qualcomm is in an enviable position.

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re: Intel leads surprise inventory decline
Bruzzer   3/14/2013 9:58:11 PM
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Intel contnuous production run peaks Q4 2012 at 184% increase over Q3 2012. Through Q1 2013 face subsides 52% through run down and enters Haswell. Mike Bruzzone Camp Marketing

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chandan_e   3/14/2013 10:37:29 PM
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Is this English?

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Bruzzer   3/15/2013 4:05:12 AM
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Yes, the language in the classic best practices of industrial management that is production wave form. Do you serf? Ramp, up back side, peak, crest, face, run down, run end, trough, accelerant (especially with sail assist) ramp, peak, crest, face, mogule, kinetics (ouch), ramp, run down, run end ... Do you cycle? Press, ramp, gear up, press, crunch, peak, gear down, trough, crunch, peak. Mike Bruzzone Camp Marketing

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Bruzzer   3/15/2013 4:14:34 AM
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Missing out on the first set I just had to perform this evolutionary tactic known by every windsurfer: Ramp, up back side, peak, crest, face, run down, run end, trough, accelerant (especially with sail assist) ramp, peak, crest, face, mogule, kinetics (ouch), ramp, OVER THE TOP, run down, run end ... BLAST



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