Qualcomm Inc. vs. Intel Corporation: Which Will Win in the Internet of Things?

| December 01, 2015

Qualcomm Inc. vs. Intel Corporation: Which Will Win in the Internet of Things?
The Internet of Things (IoT) -- which includes connected devices like wearables, smart appliances, and connected cars -- is widely expected to become the next major growth market for the tech industry. Research firm IDC estimates that the global IoT market will grow from $656 billion in 2014 to $1.7 trillion in 2020.

That's why big chipmakers like Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) and Qualcomm (NASDAQ: QCOM) are aggressively expanding into the IoT market. Intel, the largest PC and data-center chipmaker in the world, is using it to diversify away from its sluggish PC and mobile chip businesses. Qualcomm, the world's top mobile chipmaker, is expanding into IoT to diversify away from the saturated smartphone and tablet markets. As a result, the two tech giants are now clashing on multiple fronts across the IoT market. Let's take a closer look at both companies' core IoT strengths to see if either can triumph over the other.

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