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8/1/2013 03:00 PM EDT
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Sanjib.A
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max working frequency?
Sanjib.A   8/4/2013 2:10:40 AM
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What is the maximum working frequency for this processor? Good to see a processor targeted for embedded applications. Typical power of 3W is attractive. I think Freescale is prominent player in embedded domain so far with its wide range of low power processors for embedded, industrial domain. Let's see how AMD could compete with Freescale with its new series of processors in this domain. Have AMD published technical documents yet?

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sound good
liangchen   8/2/2013 5:25:32 AM
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 although  I cannot get it all, but it seemed good

 

 

 

 

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