The ex-giant of PC business since 1990s Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) has declared that they are going to put down their Intel’s Desktop Motherboard Business, as this business has facing hurdles from last three years.
The company which introduced itself in the market through “Intel inside” is going to introduced its customer to its new critical areas of the desktop space.
With this new Intel technology the integration of pioneering solutions for the PC ecological unit such as orientation designs development, NUC and many other areas to be discussed, this would be declared later on by the company.
Intel has managed to get attention of its user through its Skulltrail motherboard that possesses two Xeon’s rebranded as Core 2 Extreme QX9770 chips.
But if we talk about thee competition of board business only to big name appear on the board. The first one in no doubt Intel and second one is Nvidia and Intel. NVIDIA Corporation (NASDAQ:NVDA)’s license and want to introduced its chipsets for the then latest Core i7 CPUs.
Daniel Snyder, Intel spokesman, said that the company is going to declared that they are ramping down their Intel’s Desktop Motherboard Business over the course of the next three years,” told Maximum PC. The Intel spokesman added the company step by step put down its motherboard business, and will ramp up “critical areas of the desktop space.”
According to Maximum PC, if Intel wants to shutter its business of the board division wills not likely effect by its decision.
SanDisk Corporation (NASDAQ:SNDK) has report their Q4 on Wednesday, according to the report the company has show a profit of $213.54 million, or 87% on each share, as compare to the company last year for the same quarter which depict a profit of $281.22 million or a profit of $1.14 on each share. While the revenue of the company was $1.54 billion, which show a decreased of $1.58 billion, as compare to last year same quarter.
NVIDIA Corporation (NASDAQ:NVDA) shares traded up 1.80% to $12.41 in last session, Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) stock moved up 0.05% to $20.96, SanDisk Corporation (NASDAQ:SNDK) share rose 1.66% to $49.66 in last session on Friday.