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7/23/2013 11:30 AM EDT
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Peter Clarke
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What odds will you give me?
Peter Clarke   7/23/2013 12:11:15 PM
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Any body want to offer odds on the other companies that Warren East will have in his portfolio?

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Re: What odds will you give me?
DrFPGA   7/25/2013 9:08:03 PM
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I would put an FPGA company on my high odds list. With all of them going the ARM route now for their SoC FPGAs it would seem to be a natural fit. One of the challenge for these companies is how to differentiate themselves and which market segments to go after. He could help with that...

Now the question is, which one? I would bet on brand A (not brand X) since brand A has some catch-up work to do...

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