Intel will bring its smart home gateway to the market very soon, according to Christian Morales, the company's vice President and General Manager EMEA revealed during a press conference at the CeBIT 2014 expo.
The company partnered with Taiwan-based ODM Hitron to deliver its first smart home gateway, one based on the Puma 6, an Atom based system-on-chip that runs at 1.2GHz.
The device ran four different home servers (Home Automation, Home Security, Entertainment and Energy Efficiency) at the same time in a running demo.
Comcast was the first service provider in the US to use Intel's smart home gateway solution back in June 2013, which was built by Cisco.
The Puma 6 SoC adheres to DOSCIS 3.0, allowing it to reach up to 1.32Gbps downstream speed by combining 24 DOCSIS channels and up to 320Mbps upload (using EuroDOCSIS). It also offers hardware-based virtualisation, MOCA compatibility as well as wired and dual-band wireless MIMO connectivity.
This level of versatility is one of the reasons why utility companies such as MVV Energy AG in Germany are evaluating the unit for decentralised energy management within the home.
"[yawning noise] Finasinker missed. $23.30 now. Lower than before earnings. Lower than before Q3 2013. It's a dog. It's got pathetic numbers for a stock with a 40 pe ratio. At least AFOP's pe is 15 and kicking the snot out of FNSR in operations, growth and profitability. And to think AFLOP..."
[The yawning noise comes in response to your analysis. You obviously know nothing about the technology or about what we learned at earnings. You're a paid shill with a couple of talking points on a 3 by 5 card. But here's your chance - tell us everything you know about parallel fiber optics trends and tunable fiber optic technology. Or Coherent Transceiver technology.]
"Missing the whole point on R&D leverage."
[It's useless to say something like this without providing any support or analysis. And just as useless to follow it up with a question like: "How much do you think it costs to develop a CPU core?"
That's not debate, that's the avoidance of debate. ]
FNSR should do quite well with the parallel fiber optics market going forward and should enjoy better than average margins in this market. One has to wonder if FNSR shorts understand any of the dynamics within the fiber optics business because their trading doesn't show it.
With the stock price having doubled in less than a year, shorts keep saying how successful they have been. Unless success with giving your money away is what they are talking about, this makes no sense.
Data centers are undergoing big changes and FNSR will be one of the major beneficiaries. Stick a fork in the shorts. They're done.
Another day of this cretin creating new IDs, stalking and harassing as he gets his head handed to him in a basket.
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Sure listen to the guy with the fake ID and no backbone:
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Will these guys ever learn? 2014 is looking very good.
Intel up, Humpty down with Grandpa Tiglet, Twinkletoes, and Lucy being dragged off to the woodshed.
Twinkletoes gets his belt time first for garbaging up the board all weekend with his bile, venom and emotional neediness.
radmdphd Sunday, 03/09/14 06:01:07 PM
Re: aeassa post# 131246
Post # of 131273
INTEL TAKES ALL.
Dear Aeassa and WBMW,
1. Intel is the current and future performance winner in servers and microservers.
2. Intel is the performance winner in the next round of smartphone and tablet SOC's based on 22nm, and will pull away at 14nm at the end of this year.
3. Intel is the current and future winner in the next round of HPC super chips for supercomputers.
The table below is a comparative analysis of SPECint_rate_base 2006 (SiRb06) per watt TDP (W), per socked, (P/S/W), for various server platforms currently available from Intel (Xeon, Avoton,), IBM Power7+, AMD opteron, and the to be available ARM based platforms from AMD (A1100) and Applied Micro (X-Gene), and the to be available IBM Power8 .
There are also columns for number of sockets (S) and cores (C), die size in mm2 (D), and core size in mm2 (CS), including L2 cache.
The core sizes in mm2, are used below in conjunction with performance, core count, clock speed in Ghz, TDP in watts, *100 to report performance per core area corrected for clock speed and power consumption (P/C/GHZ/CS/W).
[The post is rather long with extensive references and footnotes. The section above is just a small excerpt. Highly recommended reading.]
For the second time in a month these dim but provocative bottom-dwellers are hyping Intel’s purported failures that don’t exist. They didn’t do even the basic, bare minimum research, ask anyone with basic domain knowledge about the tech, or anything else. Neither did their editors. It makes us all look bad, it hurts Intel and Altera, and makes you wonder if they don’t have undisclosed ulterior motives.
From Charlie at SemiAccurate
"40+ companies sponsor SemiWiki."
[And it still doesn't produce enough revenue to preclude Nenni from having to troll for hits on message boards. ]
"You misspelled "Auhtor" on your professional profile."
[So, now we know three things about Nenni:
1.) He doesn't know the difference between 2014 and 2104.
2.) He doesn't have an education recap.
3.) He doesn't know how to run a spell checker.
I guess none of those are prerequisites for being a (self-proclaimed) icon in the semiconductor business. ]
[More bad news for the doom and gloom crowd. Lucy, are you listening? ]
Employers added more workers than projected in February, indicating the U.S. economy is starting to shake off the effects of the severe winter weather that slowed growth at the start of 2014.
The 175,000 gain in employment followed a 129,000 increase the prior month that was bigger than initially estimated, Labor Department figures showed today in Washington. The jobless rate rose to 6.7 percent from 6.6 percent as the number of people joining the workforce swamped the quantity of jobs available.
The pickup following the weakest two-month hiring gain in more than a year shows employers remain confident the economic expansion will recover after winter storms slowed consumer spending. Yields on Treasury securities jumped as the report probably also means Federal Reserve policy makers will continue to trim monthly bond purchases aimed at spurring growth.
“The U.S. is on a stable trajectory for moderate growth,” said Julia Coronado, chief economist for North America at BNP Paribas in New York, and a former researcher at the central bank. “This is a steady-as-she goes report, and that means the Fed can continue to taper in March.”
Sellers tried to jump on the stock at the opening only to have their heads handed to them in a basket.
They have been fighting a losing cause all day, throwing good money after bad. Face it, boys - you blew the earnings call and you have nothing but pain ahead of you in 2014. Enjoy.
FNSR has completed one facility in Wuxi, China and is going to start on a second with outfitting of 2 or maybe 3 of four floors. This is ahead of schedule and a solid indicator that demand is good and getting better.
The FNSR shorts are simply on the wrong side of the stock and its just going to get worse for them as they totally blew the earnings call. Well, they have totally blown all of the recent calls.
The only question for shorts at this point is:
"What were you thinking???"