Intel recently held an investor meeting to update key financial analysts. Bright Side of News reports it looks like the chip giant will achieve another record revenue quarter, and that the firm plans to further boost sales with price cuts across its desktop, notebook and server lineups:
However, rain on parade comes in the form of rumors from Asia - July notebook sales were well below expectations, and the company hopes that building products for Holidays 2010 shopping season will propel the quarter in towards the 11.6-11.7 billion dollar mark.
In order to achieve these sales, the company will introduce a series of price cuts across the range. We already wrote about the upcoming price cuts for Core 2 and Xeon processors. According to new information at hand, those price cuts will incorporate Atom processors to make room for new dual-core Atoms, as well as encompass more notebook products, including chipsets.
Furthermore, the site also learned that Intel is planning an aggressive ramp up of Sandy Bridge chips during Q4 2010, which is one quarter sooner than expected.