Intel Quarterly: Hard on servers, happy for HWzone

Intel Quarterly: Hard on Servers, Happy for Mobility

The chipmaker's financial data continues to be relatively stable, despite revenue declines for some major divisions - and with impressive growth for the Israeli subsidiary

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Is the product and price war against Intel Is starting to make its mark more clearly? The company's financial report for the second quarter of 2019 certainly provides evidence of this with slight and uncommon declines in revenue from several major divisions.

Intel reported 16.5 billion revenue and net profit of 4.2 billion for the three months ending early July - and although this is an increase compared to Q1 data, it is down 2019 percent earnings over the same period last year, which is the best point of reference For this time period.

Continues to make and earn huge sums - but these are no longer the constant records we used to get from it in the past.

Home Computing Division Continued to be responsible for the largest revenue share with $ 8.8 billion and even managed to deliver revenue up one percent over last year, with an increased average purchase amount that successfully eradicated a slight drop in the volume of processed products - but the situation is fundamentally different in the company's second-largest data server division Of all of them.

The home market continues to smile at the company, for the time being, with more and more purchases of premium and expensive premium models

Sales of Xeon processors shrunk by 12 in the second quarter of 2019 compared to the same period last year, and although there is no official reference to this, To the modern and competitive EPYC processors AMD's category has an impact on the situation. Is it possible to launch this Ryzen 3000 series in the home market Will bring about a similar phenomenon later on? We may find out the answer in about three months from now.

The world of server products has begun to suffer significantly when it comes to demand - and not sure this trend will be reversed any time soon

The non-volatile memory division (NAND chips) continues to be unprofitable for both Intel and the FPGA solutions division saw revenue decline - but a bit of landfall this quarter comes from the direction of the Internet of Things (IoT) division and the Mobilay division Which it acquired in a record-breaking deal In 2017. These two divisions managed to record double digit growth in the last quarter due to increased demand for their products, and despite the fact that their revenues are very modest relative to the core areas of This is a very interesting development that may hint at changes in the technological focus that will be reached in the not too distant future.

The financial situation of Continues to be very firm and high quality - though it may need to invent innovative areas of practice to ensure long-term continuity

Intel's Q3 forecast, which will traditionally be stronger than the previous two, speaks of $ 2019 billion revenue - which will also be a small decrease of about 18 percent compared to the record $ 6 billion revenue recorded by the manufacturer In the third quarter of 19.2. The Ice Lake processors will save the situation and bring the company to new heights? For now, it's not quite in sight.

All key metrics of Slight declines in 2019 - but the really big question is what are the chances of rebounding with the advent of the 10 era of high gearing


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  1. Well ...

    Gulliver in the Land of the Dwarves!

    Nothing affects the giant.

    We can eulogize the company,

    Create left and right crises

    but what ?

    Intel's box office continues to ring….

  2. ZAN 2 did not start selling at all delicate and not a NAVI garden. Only the next quarter will be a relevant indication of what is happening and if it is affecting Intel at all.

    In any case, it will come as no surprise if they continue to sell strongly (even if they do not break records) in the next quarter.

    Anyone who thought Intel was in serious crisis following the alignment of AMD's impressive line of processors (which also bypassed some of them in some cases) - all spoke of their own vengeance on Intel and their hope that Undergood will succeed. no more.

    AMD needs to hold the performance title for at least a year in a row (and preferably 3) from today so that something really starts to move in the market picture.

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