While we take a look at a number of Intel products here at AnandTech, few people actually realize the scope of the company - from our reviews you would think that Intel is a processor company, a chipset company, a motherboard company, and that's it. In reality they're also a major player in wireless communications, graphics (albeit integrated), flash memory, networking, embedded chips, and more. Processors are their biggest source of revenue and profit by far, but the other groups never the less still play a part.Check it out over here.
As is customary with this series, today we'll take a look at Intel from both sides - business and technology - to understand what the company has been doing the past quarter, and where they are going in the near future. Intel is of course a very powerful technology company, but they also do a solid job of managing their overall business interests. As we'll see, this has made Intel a very solid company over the past quarter, but also one that will be fighting against growth concerns.
Intel's financial results explored
Posted on Sunday, Nov 04 2007 @ 11:47 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Anandtech has published a new article in their "The Business of Technology" series. In the latest addition they take a look at Intel's third quarter results: