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9/7/2010 04:01 PM EDT
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re: XMOS co-founder takes COO post at Toumaz
Robotics Developer   9/8/2010 7:26:25 PM
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I wonder what this means for XMOS? I have used the XMOS chip and was impressed. I have yet to get it into any production devices as I am looking for floating point and vision support. Will XMOS replace Noel Hurley's spot or just continue on.. Just wondering....

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eewiz   9/8/2010 5:13:52 AM
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Once I had looked into Toumaz Sensium chipset. There power consumption is impressive for wireless health monitoring applications. But they havent taken off well yet. And AFAIK there is no high volume products yet. Hope Noel can help them.

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