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Intel's 'unimpression' of SeaMicro

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TarraTarra!
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TarraTarra!   3/10/2012 8:45:55 AM
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Sour grapes? The healthy price for which seamicro was acquired indicates that there were other bidders as well.

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KB3001   3/9/2012 9:45:21 AM
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Clearly it is fear of competition. Bryant's reaction proves it without a doubt...

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abraxalito   3/9/2012 9:13:41 AM
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Its not necessary to be a cynic to note that Bryant's response was an emotional one, coming from fear. She does indeed damn AMD overmuch. A sign of her vulnerability to disruptive innovation.

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motti2   3/9/2012 6:22:21 AM
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CMU's C.MMP & CM* ? dating back to ~1978-9? might say it all ( or at least some of the ?IP story ). :-) When discreet multiprocessor combined memory i/o fabrics might have begun in earnest?.

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