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INTC Jan 2026 42.000 call

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Previous close9.55
Open10.05
Bid10.15
Ask10.55
Strike42.00
Expiry date2026-01-16
Day's range10.00 - 10.05
Contract rangeN/A
Volume4
Open interest596
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    Intel sees AI opportunity for standalone programmable chip unit

    Artificial intelligence offers a growing and potentially lucrative opportunity for Intel's freshly standalone programmable chip unit, its CEO Sandra Rivera said. Intel's programmable chip unit began operating as a standalone business at the beginning of the year, and on Thursday outlined its plans for the future and its official name: "Altera, an Intel company." Rivera said the programmable chips Altera designs are useful for AI applications and computing tasks that fall in between the purpose built custom processors designed by cloud computing companies like Amazon.com and the general use AI chips made by Nvidia.

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    UPDATE 1-US Senator urges chipmakers to help keep their chips out of Russian weapons

    U.S. semiconductor manufacturers should do more to keep their chips from illegally making their way into equipment used by the Russian military, U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal said at a hearing on Tuesday. Blumenthal's comments came as reports showed U.S.-origin chips and other technology continue to be found in a wide range of Russian equipment on the battlefield in Ukraine, from drones and radios to missiles and armored vehicles. His remarks were aimed at U.S. chipmakers like Advanced Micro Devices, Intel Corp, Texas Instruments and Analog Devices, after reports of their products in Russian equipment or flowing to Russia, despite U.S. export controls.

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    US chipmakers should do more to keep chips out of Russian weapons, senator says

    U.S. semiconductor manufacturers should do more to keep their chips from illegally making their way into equipment used by the Russian military, U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal said at a hearing on Tuesday. Blumenthal's comments came as reports show U.S.-origin chips and other technology continue to be found in a wide range of Russian equipment on the battlefield in Ukraine, from drones and radios to missiles and armored vehicles. His remarks were aimed at U.S. chipmakers like Advanced Micro Devices, Intel Corp, Texas Instruments and Analog Devices, after reports of their products in Russian equipment or flowing to Russia, despite U.S. export controls.