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London Calling: Are ARM's big-little days numbered?

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re: London Calling: Are ARM's big-little days numbered?
ChipMaster0   4/20/2013 7:10:39 PM
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What's next for big.Little is that it just got 20 licensees, and Renesas will even take it into the car chip market, which should be another booming chip market, soon: http://techdomino.com/renesas-big-little-r-car-h2

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