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Freescale eyes ARM server play

2/28/2013 11:20 AM EST
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asic_pal
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re: Freescale eyes ARM server play
asic_pal   2/28/2013 7:01:03 PM
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Good Question! To my knowledge there about 10 known companies working on ARM based Micro servers, I guess most likely performance per watt will be very close among all, it will be a tough market unless there is a key feature differentiation!

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re: Freescale eyes ARM server play
eewiz   2/28/2013 4:00:48 PM
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There are several startups/major companies in the ARM server space for a quite a while now. What's the USP that Freescale plan to offer?

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