WSJ: Intel To Exit Chip Statistics Group

Posted on Feb 29 2012 - 7:55am by Editorial Staff

Intel which already put up a lot of its future plans and happening during its MWC conference has decided to discontinue its membership in the semiconductor industries statistics-gathering organization, reports WSJ.

According to the publication, “Intel is taking a move in order to raise concerns about the future quality of data that has been a mainstay of chip-market watchers.” The Silicon Valley company’s decision follows that of rival Advanced Micro Devices Inc., which moved to end its membership in the non-profit group known as World Semiconductor Trade Statistics at the end of 2011.

The company have put up a lot of announcement during MWC – The company with Lava announced Medfield-based smartphone ‘Xolo X900’ for India, With Visa the company form ‘Strategic Alliance’ to advance m-commerce, detailed trio of phone-friendly atoms and unveiled atom Z2460, Z2580 And Z2000 Processor – all at MWC.

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