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DAC panel spotlights rise of IP subsystems

6/7/2012 05:41 AM EDT
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re: DAC panel spotlights rise of IP subsystems
BillM210   6/11/2012 8:12:31 PM
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After today's announcment from Apple conference, there should be no questions whether IP subsystems can be successful. Apple has created one subsystem/ecosystem that many will envy: a HW (standard) platform that is supported by App Store that has 400,000,000 registered credit card users (one click purchase) and 650,000 applications that can be quickly purchased/downloaded and used. Proven by users purchasing 30B applications that customize their HW (iPhones/iPads) to a user's specific needs via SW. Just a question how large you view the solution...

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