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Freescale boosts its QorIQ comm processors

8/23/2010 11:00 PM EDT
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re: Freescale boosts its QorIQ comm processors
R_Colin_Johnson   8/24/2010 5:48:04 PM
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How do you think the PC versus comm processor will fair over the rest of this decade? Intel is king of the PC microprocessor, but Freescale is king of the communications processor. As smartphones, touchscreen tablets and the like increasingly become the web-surfing client-of-choice, how will that effect microprocessors? How do you think PC processors will fair compared to comm processor over the rest of this decade?

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