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7/16/2012 03:08 AM EDT
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rick merritt
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rick merritt   7/16/2012 3:31:34 AM
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I'd be interested in getting opinions on which papers could be most significant. Click through the Hot Chips link above and chime in!

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Dave1010101   7/16/2012 7:01:58 AM
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I would interested in knowing Darpa's interest in Centip3De.

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chanj0   7/16/2012 4:28:47 PM
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I can't wait to learn more. Is August 27 tomorrow?

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_hm   7/17/2012 1:14:04 AM
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Low power AMD Jaguar with x86 core will be interesting for embedded systems design.

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rick merritt   7/18/2012 2:59:15 PM
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Jaguar may also give a peak into AMD's thinking about low power x86 servers to compete with the emerging ARM-based SoCs....If done well, this could become AMD's Atom.

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