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Energy Micro and Spectrum Design Solutions to offer energy-efficient wireless designs

5/27/2012 03:30 PM EDT
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oyvind borgan
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oyvind borgan   5/30/2012 12:14:35 PM
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@elctrnx_lyf Glad you see it this way! I think of it also as a proof of the Energy Micro products' actual value when larger operations choose to design EFM32 into their low power (battery operated?) portfolio. For a designer the benefit is, as you state, the option to choose form MCU solutions or design services. Øyvind (Energy Micro)

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re: Energy Micro and Spectrum Design Solutions to offer energy-efficient wireless designs
elctrnx_lyf   5/29/2012 10:22:10 AM
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It is certainly a good way to go to customer and talk about solutions than about services. Companies like Energy Micro and Spectrum design can deliver the complete turn key solutions to their customers.

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