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What I learned at the International Electronics Forum 2011

David Blaza
10/11/2011 03:25 PM EDT

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Brian Fuller2   10/12/2011 5:15:47 AM
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David, great points all around. Software and services, sure, but let's not surrender hardware and silicon design and manufacturing. Software may make platforms more flexible, but hardware will always be optimized, always make the world go around. (Even one as crazy as ours!!)

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fergie1965   10/12/2011 1:43:50 AM
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Interesting - thanks David

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