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posted in February 2013
Freescale eyes ARM server play
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2/28/2013   12 comments
Freescale CEO Gregg Lowe (shown) told EE Times his company is in good shape to exploit an Internet-driven boom in embedded applications from the humble microcontroller up to networking and servers
Baidu taps Marvell for ARM storage server SoC
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2/20/2013   8 comments
China’s Internet search giant will use a Marvell Armada XP ARM-based SoC to power a storage server, one of the first big design wins for an ARM-based server SoC.
China's Godson processors to power servers in 2014
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2/20/2013   11 comments
Loongson Technology is sampling a 32-nm Godson server processor and plans to ship a 28-nm version this fall to as many as 10 server makers in China.
Slideshow: Google updates fiber offer
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2/18/2013   5 comments
Milo Medin, former cable Internet entrepreneur and head of the Google Fiber program, gave engineers an update on the search giant's progress testing the waters as a carrier.
SK Telecom sets up Silicon Valley incubator
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2/15/2013   1 comment
The South Korean giant that now own Hynix will open a small incubator in Silicon Valley for up to four startups in chips, networking or medical electronics.
With new head, Zigbee gears up for meters, China
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2/12/2013   Post a comment
The newly crowned chairman emeritus of the Zigbee Alliance sees room for increasing Zigbee adoption in several areas.
Capitol Connection: A roadmap for semi industry's future
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2/1/2013   3 comments
In his first monthly column, the CEO of the industry group SIA lays out a bold policy roadmap.


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