Top Tech Analyst Issues Special Report on Intel, Updates Outlooks on ARM Holdings, Advanced Micro Devices, Seagate Technology and Western Digital
PRINCETON, N.J., June 28, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Next Inning Technology Research (http://www.nextinning.com), an online investment newsletter focused on technology stocks, has issued updated outlooks on Intel (Nasdaq: INTC), ARM Holdings (Nasdaq: ARMH), Advanced Micro Devices (NYSE: AMD), Seagate Technology (Nasdaq: STX), and Western Digital (Nasdaq: WDC).
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McWilliams covers these topics and more in his latest reports:
– Intel: With a long record of correct predictions under his belt, what is McWilliams expecting from Intel in its upcoming quarterly report and outlook for the seasonally hot third quarter? Is Intel poised to continue to surpass expectations or have global factors limited its potential? How is the competition shaping up in the smartphone, tablet, PC and enterprise markets? How will the introduction later this year of Windows 8 impact Intel and ARM Holdings? Which is most likely to win and which is most likely to lose? What is McWilliams’ long-term outlook for Intel and what is his full value price target for Intel shares?
– ARM Holdings and MIPS: Does the release of Microsoft’s Windows 8 open up new opportunities for ARM Holdings to break into Intel’s traditional markets or will it more likely broaden the reach of Intel’s x86 platform to ARM’s detriment? While ARM now admits Intel will gain modest market share in the smartphone market, does McWilliams think ARM is still over-stating its competitive position? Is ARM likely to win business providing infrastructure for Facebook? What are Facebook, Dell and Hewlett-Packard saying about their “processor agnostic” enterprise strategies? Do all three think ARM is ready for prime time enterprise server applications? Why is Facebook considering MIPS as a viable source for processors to use in its server designs?
– AMD: Investors interested in AMD and Intel should take a close look at McWilliams’ report on AMD’s acquisition of SeaMicro, a specialty server company that introduced what it describes as a “data center in a box.” In that report, McWilliams describes why Intel didn’t step in and buy SeaMicro instead and explains how this story has much to offer investors interested in processor trends.
– Seagate and Western Digital: Which of the two leading hard drive manufacturers is trading at a more attractive valuation right now? What stock may offer investors a better play on hard drive trends then either Seagate or Western Digital? What changes are likely to happen in the solid-state drive (SSD) market that will substantially disrupt most of the current players and turn the entire market on its head within the next two years?
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