Analysts expect sales of four billion dollars for Intel in 2013
For several years, things go very well on intel in economic terms, at the expense of AMD that has been left behind and even has trouble showing green financial figures every month that passes.
This is reinforced now with the analysis of German bank Deutsche Bank, who through Ross Seymore said that Intel will report sales of the order of USD $4,000 million during the next year 2013, extending a domain that has been brewing since 2008 until today , promising to continue in the future.
More interestingly, it is said that half of the revenues correspond to business conducted in areas other than the x86 microprocessor architecture, such as through sales of NAND flash memory, wireless technologies and more, which speaks of the need appears to be the diversification in the field of computing.
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