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B'com's Samueli on NetLogic and more

9/13/2011 04:39 AM EDT
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re: B'com's Samueli on NetLogic and more
Price.David   9/16/2011 11:55:36 AM
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Well now you can not get support for Netlogic unless you buy 1 million pieces? I refuse to even look at Broadcom due to teh fact that you can never get support or even look at a data sheet, unless you make a commitment of 1M pieces. I can do the same with Marvell, Viteese, etc. Now Netlogic is off my list. Just Glad they did not buy Cavium.

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