In the following video, Motley Fool senior technology analyst Eric Bleeker discusses Intel's new agreement to manufacture for Altera , a company that specializes in FPGAs, which are chips that can be programmed after manufacturing. Eric tells investors why this move toward manufacturing, which the company had been reluctant to make in the past, could represent a great new revenue stream for Intel and is, hopefully, a sign of more to come.
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