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Old 17th April 2008, 08:41   #1
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Default Intel Expects Volume of Mobile Processors to Exceed the Volume of Desktop Chips

Intel Corp.’s chief executive said during a conference call with analysts that it expects volume of mobile chips it sells to exceed the volume of desktop microprocessors already this year, not in 2009, as it was believed a while ago. What Paul Otellini from Intel did not point out were the exact reasons for this crossover, which may involve quite a number of factors.

“As we look forward in the course of the year, […] the crossover from the desktop to the notebook [is] happening essentially a year sooner than we first had thought. I think that is a good news for Intel given the strength of our product lineup on the Centrino side and now with the netbooks and Atom starting to show fairly good volume projections,” said Paul Otellini, president and chief executive of Intel Corp.

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here at work about 60% laptops/40% desktops. Before it was 30/70, and it's still shifting more and more towards laptops
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and for mobile chips Intel holds an even bigger advantage on AMD
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