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Anobit to be fully integrated into Apple

1/26/2012 04:03 AM EST
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GREAT-Terry
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GREAT-Terry   1/30/2012 5:35:22 AM
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Will this new technology helps Apple be ahead of competitions? Although many people focus on the performance difference between iOS and Android, a higher performance hardware surely helps to pull the distance further. Apple, being a whole company playing both hardware and software, surely see this advantage.

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Dave.Dykstra   1/26/2012 5:21:13 AM
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Very interesting. This looks like it could be a good addition to their semiconductor efforts. It will be very interesting to see what comes of this downstream, especially in another year or so in flash intensive devices.

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SylvieBarak   1/26/2012 4:24:30 AM
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fair point. It is often called "flash memory firm Anobit", but I can see why that's confusing. Will update :)

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resistion   1/26/2012 4:21:13 AM
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Just to clarify, anobit doesn't make flash but helps it operate better.

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