5 Questions Partners Want Intel To Answer On Its Q4 2016 Earnings Call

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Intel Earnings: Everything You Need To Know

Partners want to hear more about how Intel performed during its fourth quarter of 2016 – and the year overall. The Santa Clara, Calif.-based company, scheduled to hold a conference call to discuss its most resent financial results on Jan. 26 after the market closes,  is still dealing with a restructuring effort that began in April and has undergone massive executive switch-ups -- including bringing former ARM executive Tom Lantzsch on board as vice president of its IoT group.

Partners also look to Intel's earnings as an indication for how the PC market is faring, as the company's chips are used in various desktops and tablets. The holiday quarter presents a good opportunity to analyze sales for desktops powered by Intel's newest-generation processor – Kaby Lake – and whether customers have been upgrading their systems.

Following are five areas partners should keep an eye on related to Intel's earnings.

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