Does anyone think that with the new processors, and technology at Xilinx, they will be key on penetrating more of the markets and growing significantly over the next 3 years ? Currently the market cap is tiny compared to Intel. The stock may require a 4 to 1 split soon.
It is more likely that Xilinx' competitor (Altera) be able to do that in 2016. Altera uses Intel 14 nm, while Xilinx uses TSMC 20/16 nm for their next generation products. In the mean time Altera will continue to slide lower because they are not doing well on current 28 nm node.