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XMOS lowers price for event-driven MCUs

3/1/2013 01:29 PM EST
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Phononscattering
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Phononscattering   3/1/2013 3:13:18 PM
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It won't be easy to stay alive during the Cortex- revolution that's currently going on the MCU sector...

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krisi   3/1/2013 3:54:10 PM
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$2.95 for a multicore micro-controller?! amazing

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Peter Clarke   3/1/2013 5:06:17 PM
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@iniewski But as I point out it is single ALU that runs four virtual cores in a time-sliced fashion.

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