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ARM sales soar on broadening license deals

4/27/2011 08:42 AM EDT
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yalanand
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yalanand   5/4/2011 3:48:02 AM
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A 26% of increase in revenue is quite impressive. Now that Microsoft has announced that the next version of Windows will support ARM-based devices, this will definitely help ARM to expand its reach.

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daleste   4/30/2011 3:08:11 PM
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ARM is in a great position for the future. With all of the growth outside of the PC, they should continue to grow.

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david.may   4/27/2011 8:17:02 PM
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i want.... i also want to see the worlds generic wireless routers vendors dropping their current slow inadequate SOC to provide extra data throughput and stability, and replacing them with at least dual core Cortex A8/A9 SOC ASAP, are any of these 39 licenses or their partners such wireless vendor's today !

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david.may   4/27/2011 8:12:06 PM
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hi peter. "ARM's total revenue was £116 million (about $191 billion) " LOL that doesn't seem like "unfavorable currency translation" i was some of that if anyone's giving that kind of UK to US currency translation

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Luis Sanchez   4/27/2011 6:23:21 PM
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The foreseen is becoming reality. This is only a confirmation of the previously considered. Mobile computing is rising. A 26% of increase in revenue is outstanding when compared against the previous quarter. The stock has more than doubled in a year. Should've bought some! darn!

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