"Explosive alerts" is a euphemism for breaking wind. Do you really need specific instructions for getting involved with this?
but inasmuch it refers to someone pretending to be a satisfied customer in order to lure others into buying, who is really the shill here, eh?
"Intel will top 30 eventually this year and then some. Intel to 100 eventually and then some. And you will be afraid that on the way to 100 you have some stupid gaps" --- maximum_probability, April 18, 2012
No wonder he's mad.
"They need to show double something over x86 in some important metric ..."
Perhaps that metric will be in performance per dollar (when measured both in terms of initial deployment and recurring cost of energy to run).
Also, the world wants more than one supplier, because Intel played very dirty for years (which is what happens when there aren't enough suppliers). For the world, the stranglehold of x86 being broken is a good thing.
The "server software" issue you raise is a nonstarter; it went away with virtualization. And as for the "server buying public", no such entity exists. The public is not in the habit of buying servers at all, and the companies which are in the habit will evaluate what is available and decide accordingly. They won't make their decisions on some perverted sense of loyalty like some of the diehard losers on this board have done by marrying a stock that does absolutely nothing for them.
Will smoke start pouring out of those machines running Windows XP on the day extended support ends?
Perhaps you should pose a different question: how hard is it for you to pick a different stock? Apparently VERY difficult as you are wedded to failure.
Yeah. that ought to help INTC shares a whole bunch. You sound like a paid shorty ARMH basher. Kind of despicable that someone would take pleasure in seeing the global economy crumble, but I guess it takes all kind.
"Wallis Weaver Day? President Barry Obama has declared May 21 Wallis Weaver Day, a national day of rememberance: "In six months those who bought Intel at 24 will look just fine." Wallis Weaver, May 21, 2010"
The long, tall, TXN is kickin' INTC's rear end. Wallus is up 25 centavos after more then [sic] two years.
"Once the arb`s finish, this baby will jump like a coiled spring. I really thinks the shorts are beginning to get a little nervous. RTQ 75 3/4"
Two questions for you:
1) Is TXN still trading in fractions?
2) Have the arbs finished yet?