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  • backbay_bstn backbay_bstn Oct 18, 2009 2:58 PM Flag

    Why can't Intel raise chip price

    They dont have to...Moore's Law and economies of scale. Costs dropping per chip, so Intel wins with either flat or slightly lower ASPs.

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    • Moore's law hit the wall along time ago, The boat sank in the late 90's and 2000's. Intel stock will never be the way it was before. That is why Intel is stacking processors on top of processors. Silican is old technology.....

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      • The time range of "late 90's and 2000's" is pretty wide. Can you narrow it down a little more?

        Moore's law deals with transistors per chip doubling about every 18 months. Isn't the very fact that Intel is putting multiple cores and much larger caches on a single die an indication of a growing transistor budget?

        What would you describe a "new" technology if silicon is "old technology"?

        I agree with you that Intel is a mature company and will not have share price movements like in its growth period. Intel grew on the back of the PC industry which currently defines its limits.

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