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RichQ
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Another news item
RichQ   11/4/2013 3:38:14 PM
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A late-breaking news item to add to the list: Freescale announced that the One Box platform it developed with ARM and Oracle (and debuted at Java One) will additionally support the smart grid and telehealth IoT service markets. The One Box platform is a gateway reference design and cloud software support that simplifies IoT device development by providing an open, standards-based set of hardware and services that developers can apply to their own projects. Here's a more detailed story at Embedded.com.

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Re: Be there or be square
KB3001   10/31/2013 4:32:08 PM
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I enjoyed Simon Segars' interview yesterday. Thumbs up to both the interviewer and interviewee!

RichQ
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Re: Comment on paper at ARM Tech Con 2013
RichQ   10/31/2013 4:06:04 PM
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Sorry, didnt see it. Was following a different track.

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Comment on paper at ARM Tech Con 2013
chipmonk0   10/31/2013 12:45:56 PM
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presented a paper at the TechCon on Tuesday morning on power wasted in transferring data between SoC & Memory and their mitigation for Smart Phones. Any comments ?

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rick merritt   10/31/2013 12:25:50 PM
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I'm in

KB3001
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Good summary
KB3001   10/31/2013 9:24:44 AM
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Good summary Rich. Looking forward to the live chat!

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Re: Be there or be square
Caleb Kraft   10/30/2013 6:38:46 PM
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This should be really interesting. I'm curious to hear about what you guys felt was the star of the show!

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Be there or be square
Susan Rambo   10/30/2013 4:25:17 PM
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Looking forward to this chat on Nov 1, 9am Pacific.

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