we are interested to learn about its outlook for the third quarter. In its earnings announcement last week, rival Xilinx XLNX said it anticipates some near-term softness in demand, and Altera is likely to experience similar business conditions
we remain excited about Altera's opportunity for market share gains in 2015, when the firm will use Intel to manufacture its next-generation 14-nanometer high-end PLDs, which should allow it to capture share from rival Xilinx .
Programmable chipmaker Xilinx reported fiscal second-quarter results ..... to-down-4%, provided in July. Xilinx saw PLD sales to the communications ..... to be flat to up 4% sequentially. Xilinx is anticipated to see higher PLD sales
Oct 16 (Reuters) - Xilinx Inc reported better-than-expected quarterly revenue and profit due to higher sales of programmable chips to industrial, aerospace and defense customers, sending the company's shares up 5 percent in extended trading.
Oct 16 (Reuters) - Programmable chipmaker Xilinx Inc reported a rise in quarterly revenue due to higher sales to industrial, aerospace and defense customers.
other geographies appear to be strengthening, which should benefit Altera. The firm appears to be picking up market share from Xilinx , which saw revenue decline 1% in the most recent quarter and provided an outlook of flat to down 4% next quarter. Nonetheless
Programmable chipmaker Xilinx reported fiscal first-quarter results ..... of flat to up 4% provided in April. Xilinx saw particular softness in programmable ..... and automotive segment rose 5%. Xilinx said results were softer than it had
in the PLD segment after a slowdown in the past couple of years and 2) the opportunity for market share gains from Xilinx XLNX beginning in late 2015. Orange ORAN Orange in the largest telecom operator in France (and still has a narrow moat
signal a change for the better at this beleaguered firm. Even with improvements in these areas, though, we think Lattice faces an uphill battle in the long term, considering the strength of Xilinx XLNX and Altera ALTR in the FPGA segment.
understand the financials but would like to know if anyone with tech knowledge has an opinion. Is XLNX pulling away from ALTR...as some apparently think? XLNX is fairly valued at the moment while ALTR under-valued. Or, is ALTR a solid long term