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Intel's Post-PC Strategy: 4 Takeaways
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9/11/2013 | 8:23:49 PM
re: Intel's Post-PC Strategy: 4 Takeaways
"14 nanometer circuits by 2014" is a good Intel battle cry. It's going to be hard for competitors to match Intel's progression of shrinking circuits -- 7 nanometers in sight.At some point the features that can be put on a small chip will be a factor and Intel will be there, competing for mobile devices.
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9/11/2013 | 5:24:44 PM
re: Intel's Post-PC Strategy: 4 Takeaways
Internet of Things seems like Intel's biggest opportunity given the state of the PC and mobile markets.


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