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6/13/2012 12:01 PM EDT
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rick merritt
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re: AMD to integrate ARM core into APUs
rick merritt   6/13/2012 3:06:10 PM
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Given Intel's acquisition of McAfee and all that base of security software, it makes sense for AMD to tie into ARM's TrustZone ecosystem.

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Les_Slater   6/13/2012 4:13:19 PM
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The world seems to have a plethora of antisocial f*ckin' A*Holes out there and the computation ecosystem standard setters and providers have to begin to get serious in combating them to the point where they have no choice but to find an honest and productive job.

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elctrnx_lyf   6/13/2012 4:48:02 PM
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This surely seems to be an hybrid vehicle strategy. Hope AMD is making something really powerful n useful.

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Kinnar   6/15/2012 8:56:45 AM
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Commercially it looks a nice joint venture, but technically speaking it is very tough to think two different architectures processors working together. Only AMD Engineers will be knowing how they will be handling the issues of integrating two different architecture processors.

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t.alex   6/16/2012 2:27:00 AM
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When will ARM integrate AMD core so that it can go into PC market :-)?

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