AMD gained some ground on Intel in the fourth quarter, as the chip market revived after the effects of the recession
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The chipmaker is calling on businesses to avoid lengthening their PC refresh cycles as a cost-cutting measure, as security-risk and maintenance bills could prove more costly
Chip giant Intel urges small and medium-sized enterprises to avoid lengthening their PC refresh cycles as a cost-cutting measure during the recession.
Deep-pocketed Intel isn't waiting for the tech turnaround--it's making investments now to make sure it's competitively positioned when the economy lifts. "Moore's Law isn't going to stop for a recession," CEO Craig Barrett says in the final installment of
Intel is to stop investing in new data centres because of fears of a US recession, and poor revenue from its existing four centres.
'You never save your way out of a recession,' the CEO tells an Intel Developer Forum crowd in outlining $12 billion in capital and R&D spending for this year. The emphasis? Silicon.
First published: Thu, 07 Jan 1999 17:51:50 GMT
Cheaper PCs could be on the way as a result of the revenue decline in the semiconductor industry, according to analysts.
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