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May 13, 2012
16:18 EDTINTC, CSCOCisco and Intel's views on IT spending clash, Barron's reports
When CEO John Chambers blamed Cisco's (CSCO) earnings miss last Wednesday on weakened corporate tech spending, his comments whipsawed tech investors and stocks. Indeed, much of Cisco's woes can be blamed on Europe, which is a big spender on business software, services, and networking gear. That is especially true of Europe's governments, which might explain Chambers' more negative view of corporate spending, Barron's reports. But apparently, Chambers hadn't checked with Intel (INTC) CEO Paul Otellini, who sees no change in IT spending. Intel is less reliant on Europe and more dependent on emerging markets in China, India, and Brazil, which probably explains why Otellini isn't feeling Chambers' pain, the periodical notes. Reference Link
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December 16, 2014
11:31 EDTINTCRackspace looks to reduce reliance on Intel chips, Bloomberg says
Rackspace Hosting (RAX), which has been testing server computers based on IBM (IBM) Power chip designs, is looking to reduce its reliance on Intel (INTC) chips as it shifting to some server computers based on modified International Business Machine processors, says Bloomberg. Reference Link

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