Non sono particolarmente brillanti i dati trimestrali di Intel: il colosso dei chip ha infatti archiviato il periodo con utili in calo. L'utile per azione è stato di 23 centesimi contro i precedenti 35 (le attese sono state comunque battute, si parlava di 22 cent). La società perde anche quote di mercato a vantaggio della concorrente AMD (Advanced Micro Devices).
Ecco i dati così come riportati dal sito della società: • Operating income $1.7 billion ($2.1 billion excluding share-based compensation) • EPS 23 cents (27 cents excluding share-based compensation) • $585 million in cash dividends • $2.9 billion used to repurchase 138.5 million shares
Intel Corporation today announced first-quarter revenue of $8.9 billion, operating income of $1.7 billion, net income of $1.3 billion and earnings per share (EPS) of 23 cents. Excluding the effects of share-based compensation, the company posted operating income of $2.1 billion, net income of $1.6 billion and EPS of 27 cents. “We believe PC growth rates have moderated over the course of the past few quarters, leading to slower chip-level inventory reductions at our customers and affecting our revenue in the first half of the year,” said Intel President and CEO Paul Otellini. “We made excellent operational progress during the quarter, shipping millions of 65nm dual-core processors, and saw strong market acceptance of the Centrino™ Duo mobile platform as well as the Viiv™ platform for the digital home. We plan to launch new processors based on the Intel® Core™ microarchitecture in the third quarter, giving Intel performance leadership across the server, desktop and mobile segments and setting the stage for a strong second half.”
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