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Startups complete Brazilian MCU design

11/16/2010 04:33 PM EST
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re: Startups complete Brazilian MCU design
elctrnx_lyf   11/16/2010 6:20:39 PM
Certainly a gutsy way. I appreciate the research effort to rethink the whole strategy and come up with a different product at this time when we already have matured micro controller products. Future. We might see many front end elements going inside the microcontrollers and if they are produced in larger volumes then even the prices will come down drasticlly.

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