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Re: Who else is on tap in 2014?
hazydave   1/30/2014 3:40:06 PM
Cavium is all about MIPS... ARM seemed to be kind of a redheaded stepchild over there. I ran into this last year, trying to get ARM support from them for a new product. Well, that and all the SOC documentation.,, much of which just not available, even to existing customers. Freescale seemed happy to have the business, they seem to be able to give top support to more than one architecture, and they have great specs, everything we needed.

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