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ST Ericsson plants center in Silicon Valley

9/13/2011 06:02 AM EDT
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WW Thinker   9/17/2011 3:38:50 PM
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I am wondering if a dual-core with A15, plus smaller core with M?, would provide a better system performance. Regardless, the performance of multi-cores should depend on whether the OS is best optimized for 2 or 4 or ? cores. Do anyone know how well Win8 / Ice Cream can take advantage of the number of cores existed?

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djafer   9/13/2011 6:00:37 PM
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Keep dreaming buddy, while Nvidia and Qualcomm take the market. Quad core makes no sense, ha? Well you will lose all the high end tablet segment. "We have a road map which is very aggressive, but the key question is will we deliver on it on time," Well if you're wondering about it, I sure would not bet on you if I would be a phone/tablet maker.

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goafrit   9/13/2011 3:58:29 PM
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Hope the cross-fertilization of ideas that Silicon Valley brings will help them become better and innovative. This is a step in the right direction.

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