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8/23/2010 04:42 PM EDT
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re: ARM7 40-bit, virtualization
AlbanRampon   8/26/2010 2:19:52 PM
Hello, I think there is a slight confusion in ARM Architecture versions. The title says ARM7, which is an older widely used architecture. This is ARM v3 to v5. The text and announcement refers to ARM version 7 or ARM v7 which is for Cortex families. I like the Wiki page for product versions as it is quite clearly laid out: Kind regards, Alban ARM Connected Community

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