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The world's largest chipmaker, looking ahead to changes in computing, makes its biggest acquisition ever.
Yet another multibillion-dollar deal in the chips world could be coming as soon as next week, according to a report.
Intel has a goal to drive growth and career development for women and minorities in order to achieve "full representation" at every level by 2020.
The chip designer is reportedly in talks to spend about $80 million on Israel-based Sansa Security, which would help it compete in the growing market for connected devices.
The combination continues the consolidation in the chips business, as firms bulk up to better supply components to more connected gadgets.
The chipmaker reports first-quarter revenue is mostly flat, though it does see a slight rise in income.
By making chip designs themselves a little bit programmable, a Silicon Valley startup expects benefits like quicker network upgrades and better search engine performance.
Marvell is cited as a likely chip customer for Intel. If the analysis pans out, it would be Intel's third ARM customer.
Intel will fabricate processors based on its chief competitor ARM's designs as part of a new deal with chip designer Altera and other companies.
Even as its x86 arm competes fiercely with ARM, Intel is taking on work to build ARM-equipped chips for its own customers. One of those chips will pack a whopping 4 billion transistors