Your shameless pumping is not working Wallis. Dump the spreadsheets and take a close look at the semiconductor ecosystem.
Mobile is driving the semiconductor industry and Apple is driving mobile. The new iPhone5 has a custom SoC using the ARM instruction set, not a standard core, and believe me my iPhone5 runs laps around the 4s.
Others will follow leaving Intel even farther behind. No way does Intel license the Atom instruction set even if someone wanted it! SELL INTC WHILE YOU CAN! THE SKY IS FALLING!
Intel is failing in mobile. They cannot crack either Samsung or Apple. Not now and not ever and with a declining PC market, the only driver for revenues is servers, but that market is not large enough to compensate for the decline in PCs.
Intel is in a death spiral and I'm not sure how they can find the way out.
[Absolutely false. The new Motorola smartphone is solid evidence of this. Also Lava, Lenovo, ZTE, Orange, Karbonn and MegaFon. And the new Intel tablet reference design which will provide significant inroads into enterprise....]
"They cannot crack either Samsung or Apple."
[Intel sells chips to both Samsung and Apple, dufus. But Intel doesn't need mobility business from either of them. They can help their competitors to kick their rear ends...]
"Not now and not ever and with a declining PC market, the only driver for revenues is servers, but that market is not large enough to compensate for the decline in PCs."
[Intel will have a constantly expanding share of mobility due to its highly superior fabrication and manufacturing. Intel is ramping up as ARM's fabrication is coasting to a stop. And maybe you have never heard of the Internet of Things (IoT) which will produce a revenue stream as large as the existing cellular networks. Intel due to its WiFi chip development will have a large lead there. And then there's industrial, automotive, medical and on and on. You really should looks some of this up....]
"Intel is in a death spiral and I'm not sure how they can find the way out."
[I'd say it's your job in the paid shill pool that's in a death spiral, shill boy. You don't know enough about this stuff to have the right to an opinion...]
In mobile, the new kid on the block is Motorola. With Google's backing and Android's predominance, they are poised to take over Samsung's position as the Android leader. They have already grown to 12% US market share (Apple is 17%). Intel has a long term chip sourcing agreement with Motorola. Their first chip, the 2GHz Medfield that powers the Razr i is at par with the almost identical Snapdragon S4 (ARM) powered Razr M. This bodes well for Intel's future in mobile. I wouldn't write them off just as yet.