One of the most important questions for Intel investors is whether the company will ever command a stronghold in the mobile computing space. To help improve this outcome, the company recently acquired Fujitsu's semiconductor wireless processing business, which is highly regarded for its LTE expertise.
While this may sound exciting on paper, it likely won't be for a few more years until Intel investors get the low-down as to whether this acquisition will truly benefit Intel's business. In the following video, tech and telecom analysts Eric Bleeker and Jamal Carnette sit down with Fool contributor Steve Heller to discuss the potential of this acquisition and how much of an impact it could really have on the company's results.
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