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Israel Inside: A history of Intel's R&D in Israel
Operating in Israel since 1974, some of Israel's most important products were conceived, designed, and manufactured in Israel, according to Rony Friedman, Intel corporate vice president and general manager of the Intel Architecture Development Group ...
Q&A: Country Manager, Intel Corporation South Africa
IT News Africa caught up with Videsha Proothveerajh, Country Manager, Intel Corporation South Africa, to discuss the company's current position in the market, including how it aims to meet the growing demand for infrastructure and connectivity across ...
Understanding Why Warren Buffett Sold Intel
Advanced Micro Devices (NYSE:AMD) is still fighting Intel in the x86 space, but the short-lived advantage that AMD held over Intel between 2003 and 2006 came to a bitter end with Intel's "Tick Tock", and now the company is having serious problems ...
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The Investor's Guide To Intel's Smartphone Strategy
Intel's advantage here is actually staggering. First, the company develops its instruction set and core architecture internally, so it is not dependent on a third party before it can design its own system-on-chip solution.
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Intel: Cash In Some Chips On A Regular Basis
If Intel manages to grow earnings even modestly from now on, the stock will prove to be cheap at this point. The trailing P/E is 10.6 - much lower than the stock's five year average of 17.1.
Intel: A Value Stock To Buy For Dividends, Earnings Growth
We recommend Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) as a buy, based on its low valuations and high future growth prospects. The stock is relatively undervalued, and is trading at P/E and P/S of 11x and 2.4x, and it has a significant upside potential.
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Intel: How Will ASML Deal Impact You?
Intel's (NASDAQ:INTC) deal to buy 15% of ASML holding N.V., a Dutch company that makes the machines that make semiconductors and microchips, is ready to boost its future market share and future stock value.
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Tick-Tock: The Intel Party Doesn't Stop
"Tick-Tock" is a model adopted by chip manufacturer Intel Corporation since 2007 to follow every microarchitectural change with a die shrink of the process technology.
Intel - A Strategy For Substantial Profits At Minimum Risk
What should investors do with Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) shares? With excellent gross and net margins, a solid balance sheet, and powerful cash flow used to pay a healthy 3.6% dividend and fund share buybacks, the company might appear to be a long-term ...
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Intel Has 25% Upside Potential
Despite a decrease in earnings for 2012, Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) remains a great company that is priced as a mediocre one.