New markets including home entertainment will be major sources of growth for Intel Corp. as more gadgets become connected to the Internet and drive demand for powerful data centers, the top chip-maker's chief financial officer said.
While California-based Intel is eager to sell processors for smartphones, set-top boxes and other connected devices, in many cases the much more expensive chips...
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