A building on the Qualcomm campus is seen, as chip maker Broadcom Ltd announced an unsolicited bid to buy peer Qualcomm Inc for $103 billion, in San Diego, California, U.S. November 6, 2017. REUTERS/Mike Blake
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may pit Broadcom against IntelIf Broadcom Ltd.'s unsolicited $103 billion bid for Qualcomm Inc. succeeds, it could set up a battle with Intel Corp. for dominance in the production of the next generation of communications chips, which will play a vital role in so-called connected cars. Intel and Qualcomm declined to comment.It is unclear whether that deal will go through and whether Broadcom would take on NXP, but Broadcom has said it is willing to do so.Broadcom would get something similar with NXP, Juliussen said.
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