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

Intel partners want to hear updates on the company's restructuring initiatives, Internet of Things opportunities and data center resurgence when it discloses its latest financial results later today.

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What Does The Qualcomm-Apple Lawsuit Mean For Intel?

It will be important to the channel to hear if Krzanich talks about the Qualcomm-Apple dispute and what it means for the chip company. Last week, Apple filed a lawsuit against Qualcomm, alleging the chip manufacturer demanded "onerous, unreasonable and costly" terms for licensing its patents. Apple also alleged that Qualcomm withheld $1 billion in rebates for keeping Qualcomm modems in products like the iPhone and iPad. Qualcomm, which manufactures baseband processors for mobile phones, has been a chip supplier for Apple; Apple also pays the company licenses to use its wireless patents. However, the lawsuit also has big implications for other competitors in the chip industry – including Intel.

"Intel has a lot to gain if Qualcomm's business model shifts. ... I'm interested to see if they have any comment," said Moorhead.

 
 
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