Intel to leave the market of mobile devices

Intel to leave the market of mobile devices

The company has canceled development platforms SoFIA 3GX, SoFIA LTE and SoFIA LTE2 and said he would send money for products that “give a higher yield”. It was a difficult month for the Intel, and they were forced to lay off about 12,000 employees, representing approximately 11% of their workforce, and, of course, a huge part of their development and production.

Intel has passed a thorny road to the mobile business market. Their chips were only a small number of smartphones and tablets, the most popular of which were Asus ZenFone 2 and the Xiaomi Mi Pad 2. Today, the company has made a statement that they will stop progress in the segment of mobile devices.

Intel to leave the market of mobile devices

The company has canceled development platforms SoFIA 3GX, SoFIA LTE and SoFIA LTE2 and said he would send money for products that “give a higher yield”. It was a difficult month for the Intel, and they were forced to lay off about 12,000 employees, representing approximately 11% of their workforce, and, of course, a huge part of their development and production.


When a company begins to lay off employees in large numbers, it is definitely not good news. Intel will likely not go bankrupt in the near future, but it is clear that some changes will still be made. And given that the market for PC and notebook is reduced, the Intel will be forced to look for new markets.

Intel new strategy is to work with 5G networks. 5G – the next generation mobile network, and we are already beginning to see, as Verizon and AT&T has already carried out tests. In the near future the market will be very promising and Intel can bring a huge amount of profits in the next few years.

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