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May 27, 2012
11:22 EDTINTCIntel is still set for revenue increases and strong margins, Barron's contends
The lack of a compelling product has prevented Intel (INTC) -- and its stock -- from getting more benefit from the explosion in mobile Internet use. Now, Intel after spending billions of dollars, will see its Atom line of low-power chips showing up in more smartphones in India, China, France, the U.K., and the U.S. The new push into mobile comes as Intel has been excelling in several other areas, including PCs, which many have written off as a dying business. Intel has also been a big beneficiary of the cloud-computing boom. Intel shares should get revalued as it powers more smartphones and other mobile devices. Barron's reports that the two-year upside is $38-$40, about 50% above current levels. 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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