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Taiwan’s Andes brings processor cores to U.S.

3/14/2013 06:01 AM EDT
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rick merritt
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re: Taiwan’s Andes brings processor cores to U.S.
rick merritt   3/14/2013 1:42:21 PM
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FYI, you can find them at http://www.andestech.com/en/index/index.htm Link added to story

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MikeBfromJersey   3/14/2013 12:58:08 PM
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How about a link for more information on Andes??? What's the use of baiting us to click on this article if we have to google the company later. What happened to journalism in this country? Are we outsourcing this work too??? EETimes is turning into a tabloid now. I might as well just go to Huffpo for my electronics news.

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ip2design   3/14/2013 8:01:31 AM
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Any benchmark against ARM, MIPS or Cortus ?

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