Intel says PC chip supply is on track to meet full-year revenue targets

Intel's interim CEO Bob Swan will guarantee that at least customers and investors will be provided with the necessary PC chips to achieve Intel's full year sales forecast in July. Mr. Swan sent letters online on Friday and said the company's response to the unexpected growth of the PC market.

"The amazing return of PC TAM's growth was straining our factory network.

Also, thanks to Windows 10, there is a possibility that sales of PC will increase next year

According to Gartner, PC shipments in the second quarter increased for the first time in six years only worldwide. According to Swan, Intel is anticipating discreet growth for the first time since 2011, for the first time in total addressable market (TAM) PC this year. It was 61.3 billion dollars as the PC market exceeded expectations.

Intel prioritizes the production of Xeon processors and Core processors to accommodate high performance market segments. However, Mr. Swan pointed out, "Especially at the entry level of the PC market, the offer is undoubtedly tight."

Correspondingly, Intel has contributed more than $ 1 billion at 14-nm production base in Oregon, Arizona, Ireland and Israel. This will raise capital expenditure for that year to $ 15 billion.

Swan said that Intel is evolving at 10 nm. "We are improving the harvest volume and we anticipate mass production will continue in 2019. Intel will originally release 10nm processors in 2015. In the results for the first quarter of April the mass production 10nm product It has become clear that it provides only.

In addition, Swan focused on Intel 's "customer first" approach to tailor supply to demand.

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