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12/2/2011 01:51 PM EST
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peters345423523
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re: Freescale licenses Vivante ScalarMorphic graphics
peters345423523   7/17/2012 6:55:40 PM
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I hope it does help Freescale in the long run. http://valentinosdisplays.com

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Michiel Fuller   4/10/2012 8:20:02 AM
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Display and graphics are definitely important parts of the consumer experience, and this is a great strategic move that will help Freescale in the long run. Great job! Michiel - http://www.discountdisplays.co.uk

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re: Freescale licenses Vivante ScalarMorphic graphics
goafrit   12/2/2011 4:20:10 PM
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Vivante seems to be doing great and finding value in its IP. This technology will surely help Freescale in the consumer market as 3D penetrates. People will need graphics and that is the value.

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