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Aurix architecture enhances power train and safety applications

5/31/2012 07:10 AM EDT
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re: Aurix architecture enhances power train and safety applications
JDT0   6/6/2012 1:03:19 PM
After reading this article and then following the link to read the complete article at "EE Times Europe Automotive", I am left wondering why EE Times splits the U.S. "Automotive Designline" from the European version. I've often thought that "Automotive Designline" is missing a lot of news about what is going on in the industry, and at the European site I see a lot more interesting articles. EE Times, you should consider consolidating your automotive sites into a single global site. The industry itself is global, so why would an industry news organization split itself into regional sites?

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