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    Intel may be Poised for a Major Collapse

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    Hello all,

    I have prepared an analysis of Intel for the Media and Press.

    The analysis titled "Intel may be Poised for a Major Collapse" It is available at the following link (note: this page is isolated, i.e. it has no links on the web):

    http://www.shimon-yanowitz.com/special/Intel/Intel.htm

    Intel has responded by announcing the replacement of its current CEO Craig Barrett with Paul Otellini, who is due to step-in next month.

    Intel has also announced on Friday the release of a Dual-Core CPU (see: "Intel is Spinning Hyper-Threading into Dual-Core", in my analysis).

    This was followed yesterday (Monday) by yet another announcement of the release of a minor new product, the WiMAX chip to be used in wireless networks.

    All these announcements appear to be an effort on Intel's part to launch a concentrated PR campaign prior to the release of its quarterly financial report, due for today (Tuesday).

    Note: According to my analysis, Intel's bleak outlook is totally independant of its financial report pertaining to the last quarter.

    Regards,

    Shimon Yanowitz

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    What a bollox article and lame inaccurate attention grabbing headline.

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    One major problem is that intel is soo much more than CPU's and chipsets....

    Its a massively flawed arguement to look at intel just from the CPU and chipset it creates.

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    absolute rubbish tbh

    I refuse to go to that link on principle that its their to generate hits

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    As TiG says Intel and a billion $ company. They don't just make processors.
    And besides that, desktop processors are a drop in the ocean of any chip makers business. Server solutions are where the big bucks are.

    Having a crappy desktop chip gives a maker a bad rep amongst enthusiast (look at IBM/Cyrix) but server oriendted chips are another thing completely.

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