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In a recent strategy review, Editor Paul McWilliams wrote: "In the semiconductor industry, I think we're going to see an acceleration in the trend to integrate functions that are currently supported by discrete chips as features on the core chips used in high volume consumer products. While this is not a new trend, I believe this round of integration will focus on integrating a significant amount of power management and battery management functions into the core chips used in handheld consumer devices with cell phone handsets being the number one target..."
McWilliams looks at these topics: -- How might Linear Technology be impacted by an emerging trend in the semiconductor industry? Heading into 2007, does McWilliams see a trading opportunity for investors in Linear Technology? -- Looking at current tech trends, what strategy should investors interested in Cisco consider? -- Does STMicro merit consideration from investors based on its current position in the marketplace? -- Is Intersil at risk from competitive threats in its core markets? How does McWilliams expect Intersil's stock to perform in 2007?
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