44.60 -0.03 (-0.07%)
After hours: 5:50PM EST
|Bid||44.57 x 1500|
|Ask||44.60 x 300|
|Day's range||44.62 - 45.62|
|52-week range||33.23 - 47.30|
|PE ratio (TTM)||17.03|
|Earnings date||24 Jan 2018 - 29 Jan 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||1.09 (2.40%)|
|1y target est||45.95|
NVDA results were encouraging, Priceline (PCLN) and TripAdvisor (TRIP) disappointing, Intel (INTC) and Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) have are collaborating on graphics technology.
NVIDIA is clearly a better investment proposition than Intel and Texas Instruments on the back of strong earnings performance and estimate revisions.
There is little doubt that the partnership that Intel and AMD announced recently is aimed at combating rival Nvidia , which is becoming increasingly competitive.
Intel (INTC) is going to be transformed by its push into chips for artificial intelligence, according to a report today by Deepak Sitaraman, who raised his rating on the stock to Buy from Neutral, as he assumes coverage of the stock from his predecessor, Yoko Yamada, who left the firm earlier in the year. Interestingly, Sitaraman also took over coverage of Intel competitor Nvidia (NVDA), and also boosted that stock to Buy from Neutral. Sitaraman has a $55 price target on Intel shares, and a $260 price target on Nvidia shares. "We see Intel as a beneficiary of the anticipated robust growth in Datacenter and Automotive end-markets driven by AI,” writes Sitaraman.
Over the past few weeks, senior analyst Chris Wilder has been with Intel Corporation learning about its Internet of Things (IoT) product roadmaps from security, healthcare, retail, energy, smart cities, and leveraging IoT to extend the customer experience.
Last week Lenovo announced the company had scored an impressive collection of performance benchmarks on Intel’s Xeon Scalable processors, aka Purley, with its ThinkSystem line of servers. I wanted to go into a little more detail about the achievements, and offer my take on them.
NVIDIA (NVDA) and Intel (INTC) are two of the hottest stocks in the S&P 500 and there's a very good chance they will continue performing well in 2018.
Intel announced today that it has issued a notice of redemption to redeem on December 18, 2017 all of its outstanding 2.95% Junior Subordinated Convertible Debentures due 2035 .
Intel has not been resting on their laurels with the announcements they’ve made this year. Intel is continuing to push it when it comes to 4G and 5G connectivity with a slew of announcements that reaffirm the company’s commitment to 5G leadership. Here are my thoughts on the announcements.
Intel today announced substantial advances in its wireless product roadmap to accelerate the adoption of 5G. Highlights include the introduction of the Intel® XMM™ 8000 series, Intel’s first family of 5G new radio multi-mode commercial modems, and Intel’s latest LTE modem, the Intel® XMM™ 7660.
As mentioned yesterday, this week sees tons of supercomputing types rushing to Boulder, Colorado, for the Supercomputing Conference taking place there, where multiple chip vendors are in attendance, including Nvidia (NVDA) and Advanced Micro Devices (AMD). Among those in attendance was Hans Mosesmann of Rosenblatt Securities, who today offers up his thoughts from observing booth traffic and chatting with people at the show. Among Mosesmann’s "high-level take-aways” are that AMD, and field-programmable gate array maker Xilinx (XLNX) "had the most activity of the semi booths we checked out." AMD had a “very busy booth,” he writes, for its “Epyc” server chip and its “Instinct” GPU chips.
Intel‘s stock reached all-time highs of around $47 following its strong third quarter results, before a slight pullback. Accordingly, it is worthwhile to explore what would it take for the company’s stock to go even higher and hit $50.
Today, Intel Corporation launched a fundraising effort on Charitybuzz to benefit the Second Harvest Food Bank of Santa Clara and San Mateo counties. The company is auctioning a VIP experience at the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas including travel, deluxe lodging and a backstage meet and greet with Intel CEO Brian Krzanich before his opening keynote on Jan.
Qualcomm (QCOM) recently updated its proposed acquisition of NXP Semiconductors (NXPI), a maker of automotive chips.
Qualcomm is now manufacturing data center chips with technology that delivers higher transistor density than Intel's best.
Intel has generated $14.9 billion in cash from operations so far this year as of the end of 3Q17. That implies $1.3 billion more cash from operations YoY.