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9/12/2011 04:43 PM EDT
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re: B'com deal launches comms attack from rear
Mxv   9/12/2011 8:52:15 PM
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So BRCM paid $ 3.7B for IP that they could have bought for $300m a few years ago. Start management ober there.

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re: B'com deal launches comms attack from rear
Price.David   9/12/2011 7:37:10 PM
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Yes, but will broadcom provide data sheets when you need them? I dought it so i will stick to Cavium for now.

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