NI Technology Editor Handicaps MIPS and ARM ‘Wrestling’ for Multiple Markets
PRINCETON, N.J., Jan. 25, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Next Inning Technology Research (http://www.nextinning.com), an online investment newsletter focused on semiconductor and technology stocks, has published a new special report updating outlooks on MIPS Technologies (Nasdaq: MIPS), ARM Holdings (Nasdaq: ARMH), Sequans Communications (Nasdaq: SQNS), Broadcom (Nasdaq: BRCM), and Intel (Nasdaq: INTC).
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McWilliams latest report takes an in-depth look at MIPS and ARM and covers several related companies taking part in this battle royale. In his extensive coverage, McWilliams offers key insights into critical emerging processor markets. The report makes a great companion to McWilliams’ recent 15-page report on Intel, which includes 11 tables and lays out what is really happening in Intel’s markets ranging from the emerging “Ultrabooks” to smartphones and tablets and on into its strategic positioning in data center servers.
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McWilliams covers these topics and more in his recent reports:
– Does McWilliams expect MIPS to report better-than-expected Q4 earnings? Will MIPS forecast strong numbers for Q1 2012? What important caveat do investors need to be aware of when looking at MIPS’ earnings report? How does McWilliams see MIPS future prospects as it tries to battle ARM and now Intel in the mobile markets? Is MIPS threatened in any of its legacy markets?
– Where have MIPS and ARM evolved to become head-on competitors? Which company is winning the power consumption and computing arms race? What two advantages might ARM have over MIPS today? What notable wins has MIPS captured that have allowed it to post admirable growth?
– Sequans is an emerging baseband processor company focused mostly today on the LTE (4G) market that switched from ARM to MIPS. Does McWilliams expect aggregate demand for LTE baseband chips to grow substantially beginning this year and continue to ramp going forward?
– In line with McWilliams’ predictions, Broadcom announced last October it will no longer invest to develop new chips for the digital TV (DTV) and Blu-ray markets. Why has Broadcom decided to exit these markets and why is this move important for MIPS and ARM investors to monitor?
– What sort of threat does Intel and its new Medfield processor pose to ARM and MIPS? Is Intel in the process of launching a viable and potentially very successful attack on the mobile device market?
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