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June 3, 2014
09:25 EDTSNPS, INTCSynopsys and Intel announces broad SoC design enablement for 14-nm Tri-Gate
Synopsys (SNPS) and Intel (INTC) announced broad SoC design enablement for Intel's 14-nm Tri-Gate process technology for use by customers of Intel Custom Foundry. The Intel Custom Foundry 14-nm design platform supports Synopsys' industry-leading Galaxy Design Platform tools and RTL-to-GDSII methodology, high-performance DesignWare Memory Compiler intellectual property, and advanced interface IP. Extending the companies' production-proven design enablement for Intel's 22-nm foundry process design platform, the design tools and IP are now ready for Intel's 14-nm foundry process technology.
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October 14, 2014
18:20 EDTINTCOn The Fly: After Hours Movers
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17:51 EDTINTCIntel says 'remains on track' for 40M tablet goal for 2014
Expects to ship 40M-45M tablet chips in 2014. Says strategy for growth yielding results across a wide range of products. Says Q3 revenue was highest in company history. Says seeing robust growth across data center business. Says customers see normal/seasonal Q4 for consumer PC demand. Says mobile won't be profitable in 2015. Says Sofia product won't require contra revenue. Does not expect iPhone 6 to have any effect on notebook demand. Says current inventory is "very typical" heading into Q4. Comments from company's Q3 earnings conference call.
16:31 EDTINTCIntel CFO: China continues to be relatively weak
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16:09 EDTINTCIntel up approximately 3% following Q3 results
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16:06 EDTINTCIntel used $4.2B to repurchase 122M shares of stock in Q3
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16:06 EDTINTCIntel CEO says 'pleased by the progress the company is making'
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16:05 EDTINTCIntel sees FY14 CapEx $11B, plus or minus $500M
16:04 EDTINTCIntel reports Q3 PC Client Group revenue $9.2B, up 6% sequentially, up 9% YoY
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16:02 EDTINTCIntel reports Q3 gross margin 65%
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16:02 EDTINTCIntel sees Q4 revenue $14.7B, plus or minus $500M, consensus $14.49B
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16:01 EDTINTCIntel reports Q3 EPS 66c, consensus 65c
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15:29 EDTINTCNotable companies reporting after market close
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14:45 EDTINTCEarnings Preview: Intel to report after Microchip correction warning
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12:31 EDTINTCIntel October 32.5 straddle priced for 6% move into Q3
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11:39 EDTINTCIntel technical comments ahead of earnings
The shares have outperformed the broader averages over the last three months. Removing today's bounce, the stock has been flat against the down performance of the averages. The trading pattern for the stock when viewed with a three-month window has been up sharply, sideways, and down sharply. That doesn't leave a great deal of room for trend interpretation other than traders being cautious into results. When we pull back to a 1-year view, the technical picture is strikingly different. Almost all of the gains in shares this year, up over 34% excluding today, has come since the early summer. That sharp rise then developed into a bearish rounding formation viewed on a closing basis. On an OHLC chart, the formation instead is an Island Top. That is, a bullish gap, the sideways move previously described, and a bearish gap from yesterday. That leaves the price action of the last several months isolated, an island, within the context of the longer term uptrend. Island Tops are usually considered extremely bearish on a technical basis, suggesting the up move has exhausted itself in a blow-off. If the news on earnings and outlook supports this bearish price interpretation, there could be significant downside risk. Levels to watch on the downside would be at $31.80, the bottom of the bullish gap from July, $30,03, and $28.10, the bottom of the bullish gap from June. A break below $28 might leave the shares back in the $24 to $26 range characteristic of the price action at the start of the year. If the news is positive, the first major resistance is at the 52-week high at $35.56 and then at $37.15.
10:10 EDTINTCChip makers rise following Skyworks positive preannouncement
Shares of a number of semiconductor makers are climbing after one of the companies in the sector, Skyworks (SWKS), preannounced stronger than expected results. WHAT'S NEW: Skyworks, which develops chips for cell phones, raised its fourth quarter earnings per share outlook to $1.08 from $1.00. Analysts' consensus estimate was $1.01. The chip maker increased its Q4 revenue guidance to $718M from $680M. Analysts' consensus estimate was $679.5M. "Skyworks’ upwardly revised outlook demonstrates the broad-based strength of our business and our ability to capitalize on positive underlying market trends to connect everyone and everything, all the time,” said Skyworks CEO David Aldrich. "These multi-year technology trends are setting the stage for us to outperform the broader semiconductor industry in the December quarter and for the foreseeable future," the CEO added. WHAT'S NOTABLE: Skyworks' positive report comes less than a week after another semiconductor maker, Microchip (MCHP), preannounced lower than expected revenue and said it thought the sector had entered a correction. Semiconductor stocks have sold off sharply since Microchip's preannouncement and pessimistic comments. PRICE ACTION: In early trading, Skyworks surged 6.4% to $48.24, Intel (INTC) rose 1.5% to $31.94, NXP Semiconductors (NXPI) rose 1.2% to $54.55, STMicroelectronics (STM) advanced 2% to $6.82, and Avago Technologies (AVG) gained fractionally to $69.30.
07:24 EDTINTCIntel gains government ally in China with new deals, Reuters says
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06:29 EDTINTCTSMC and rivals racing to pack computer power in each chip, WSJ says
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October 12, 2014
12:13 EDTSNPSSynopsys plans appeal of verdict in Mentor patent infringement case
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12:04 EDTSNPSMentor Graphics wins patent infringement verdict, awarded $36M in damages
Mentor Graphics (MENT) announced that a Portland, Oregon jury delivered a verdict in favor of Mentor in a trial in which Mentor asserted infringement of one of its patents against Emulation and Verification Engineering S.A. and Synopsys (SNPS). The jury in the United States District Court for the District of Oregon found that one Mentor patent – U.S. Patent No. 6,240,376 – was directly and indirectly infringed by EVE and Synopsys. As part of the verdict, the jury awarded damages of approximately $36M and certain royalties to be paid to Mentor Graphics.
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