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Is the end of competition in industrial computing arising?

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re: Is the end of competition in industrial computing arising?
KabeDan   7/17/2008 7:48:47 AM
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Actually, you could say that the 80186 was Intel's first 'embedded' processor, followed on by the i960, which was truely designed for the embedded market. Be interesting to have your comments on the ARM .. at the moment a major player in the Mobile phone market

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