Next Inning Technology Research Analyzes Intel's Inventory Challenge and Looks At Prospects for New Atom Microprocessor

PRINCETON, N.J., Jan. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Next Inning Technology Research (, a subscription service focused on semiconductor and technology stocks, announced it has published its State of Tech Report featuring updated outlooks for Intel (NASDAQ: INTC), NVIDIA (NASDAQ: NVDA), Xilinx (NASDAQ: XLNX), Linear Technology (NASDAQ: LLTC), Amkor (NASDAQ: AMKR), Siliconware Precision Industries (NASDAQ: SPIL) and many others.

In 2008, Next Inning Editor Paul McWilliams guided his readers through record stock market volatility, predicting the catalysts that led to the late November rally and offering stock-specific commentary throughout the challenging period. You are invited to take a free test drive of Next Inning during which you'll receive free copies of the exclusive "2009 Guide to Undervalued Tech Stocks" and the supporting State of Tech reports. These reports contain McWilliams' outlooks for 2009 and his latest technology stock ratings designed to leave investors well prepared as earnings season begins. To accept this offer, visit the following link:

There's no shortage of analysts covering Intel, but there aren't many who can give you the inside story. McWilliams was in the semiconductor industry for a quarter century and sold his first Intel products in 1976. To get the inside scoop on Intel and other tech companies, many of which McWilliams has had first hand knowledge of during his career, Next Inning is the place to go. In his recap of Intel's earnings report and the reports of other technology companies, McWilliams looks at these topics:

-- Why is understanding Intel's inventory situation key to understanding the company's prospects for 2009?

-- Why did McWilliams compare to Intel CEO Paul Otellini as Paul Volker, the famed Fed Chairman of the early 1980s who is credited by most for stopping inflation in its tracks?

-- After declining sharply in Q4, have Intel's gross margins bottomed out? When does McWilliams expect Intel's gross margins to return to normal levels?

-- Do the challenges Intel now faces change McWilliams' long-term view of the company?

-- Is the emergence of Intel's Atom processor a positive catalyst for NVIDIA? Should investors look at NVIDIA in 2009 based on the company's ability to leverage the Atom processor to its advantage?

-- After getting nailed with the "double whammy" in Q4 that McWilliams forecasted, is Linear Tech likely to rebound in 2009?

-- Did Xilinx's Q4 report confirm McWilliams' contention that a favorable paradigm in programmable logic will benefit Xilinx going forward?

-- What are the distinct differences between the supply channel inventory situation we're seeing today and what we saw in 2001? How will these differences change the recovery pattern we experience from this downturn?

-- What recent activity has McWilliams heard about from his field contacts that might bode well for package and test companies like Siliconware Precision and Amkor?

Founded in September 2002, Next Inning's model portfolio has returned 131% since its inception versus 17% for the Nasdaq.

About Next Inning:

Next Inning is a subscription financial newsletter focused on technology stocks. Editor Paul McWilliams is a 20+-year industry veteran.

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