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Marvell's buy of Xelerated lines up comms offerings

1/4/2012 02:40 PM EST
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tb1
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tb1   1/6/2012 10:46:37 PM
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A lot of love from EETIMES? They are just reporting Marvell's announcements. There's been no analysis one way or the other. Buying Xelerated and building the next Google TV are pretty big announcements.

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help.fulguy   1/6/2012 9:45:59 PM
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Good point Goagrit. EETimes love can be bought. Just look at articles from Dhillon, Rick, Sylvie. There is a trend. AMD and Intel get the stick. ARM and its peep get all the love. Sad to say, thats how it is.

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goafrit   1/6/2012 2:17:17 PM
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Marvell is getting a lot of love from EETIMES recently. They just got a deal with Google TV ...Yet, I do not see the strategic value of this acquisition as this is a commodity market already

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krisi   1/5/2012 6:21:55 PM
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Network processors becoming in vogue again! Kris

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