Intel’s multibillion investment in ASML Holding may give it a competitive advantage over ARM

Intel’s multibillion investment in ASML Holding may give it a competitive advantage over ARM

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Intel’s multibillion investment in ASML Holding may give it a competitive advantage over ARM

Industry — July 10, 2012 at 12:21 pm
Intel may be the world’s biggest chip producer, but it’s pretty much a no-name in our beloved smartphone and tablet industries. However, we’ve now learned that Intel is about to buy an up to 15% stake in ASML Holding, a Holland-based chip equipment manufacturer, in an attempt to speed up the development of new important technologies. What new technologies? The first one is called Extreme Ultra-Violet...

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