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Letter to the Editor: TI defends analog strategy

3/25/2010 11:00 PM EDT
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re: Letter to the Editor: TI defends analog strategy
WKetel   3/31/2010 8:26:59 PM
It is clear that TI is, indeed, "in for the long haul". Where would we be if all of the semiconductor companys chose to only produce the "fashionable" products, which will be obsolete in 6 months and out of production in as long, and simply not available in production quantities after a year. So I stand and salute TI for choosing to plan for an extended future.

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