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ARM stretches out with A5 core, graphics, FPGAs

10/21/2009 09:00 AM EDT
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pthomas8
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pthomas8   10/29/2012 4:11:37 PM
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Whatever happened to Atmel's announcement? It seemed like a good plan to me.

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WWANG1698   10/24/2009 10:44:38 AM
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answer: Very good

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rick merritt   10/21/2009 2:37:16 PM
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From 8-bit micros to kmini-notebooks--what's your experience with ARM?

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