As the world continues to embrace the mobile computing revolution, Intel remains entrenched in the PC world. In the coming years, Intel hopes it can gain a foothold in the smartphone and tablet space with the help of its technologically superior foundries. Given the market conditions within the mobile computing industry, Intel may be up against revenue pressures in the future. In this video, Fool contributor Steve Heller weighs in on if Intel needs to cannibalize itself to survive and what that could that mean for investors longer term.

When it comes to dominating markets, it doesn't get much better than Intel's position in the PC microprocessor arena. However, that market is maturing, and Intel finds itself in a precarious situation longer term if it doesn't find new avenues for growth. In this premium research report on Intel, a Motley Fool analyst runs through all of the key topics investors should understand about the chip giant. Click here now to learn more.

The article Does Intel Need to Cannibalize Itself to Survive? originally appeared on Fool.com.

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