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Intel Q2 2022: The Good, The Bad, and the CHIPS Act

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Futurum’s Daniel Newman and Ron Westfall examine Intel’s Q2 2022 financial results including the bad, the good, and the implications of the CHIPs Act passage. Intel’s CCG and DCAI units reported substantial declines that contributed directly to missing consensus outlooks related to its Q2 top-line and bottom-line expectations and revising full-year guidance, however progress in the NEX, AXG, and Mobileye units along with advancement of the CHIPs Act in the U.S. Congress indicate how Intel can mount a much-needed comeback before near-term and long-term.

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Ericsson and Intel Form Cloud RAN Tech Hub to Synthesize R&D and Bolster Software Roadmaps

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Futurum’s Ron Westfall evaluates the formation of Ericsson-Intel Tech Hub enabling both companies to pool their R&D resources to advance Ericsson Cloud RAN capabilities running on Intel technology, ease CNF application adoption, and provide a roadmap for upcoming commercial software releases as CSPs evolve their RAN strategies in the emerging Open 5G era.

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Intel x86 vs. Arm: The Most Important Selection Criterion – New Futurum Research Report

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In this research report, Futurum Research examines why in selecting the optimal microprocessor architecture organizations must take a comprehensive approach in understanding the strategic microprocessor architecture powering their implementations. This includes understanding fully that the migration off of x86 to Arm for most companies would prove to be a significant undertaking at a point in where the diverse x86 offerings in market are market tested and trusted by enterprises to run the vast majority of enterprise applications—especially those critical in nature.

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Intel Pledges to Reduce its Greenhouse Gas Emissions to Net-Zero by 2040 for All Intel Facilities and to Lower Carbon Footprints of Intel Products and Platforms

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Futurum analyst Todd R. Weiss explores Intel’s bold new pledge to reduce its direct and indirect greenhouse gas emissions to net-zero by 2040 throughout its diverse global facilities, as well as its plans to work even harder to reduce the carbon footprints for the company’s technology products and services.