SPOTLIGHT: Intel ramps up cell processor shipments

Intel says it plans to ship nearly 30 million cell phone processors this year and exit the year on a run-rate "significantly" greater than 30 million per year. The company has reportedly spent between $4 billion and $5 billion trying to establish itself in the cell-phone processor market, which includes several acquisitions. Article

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