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Engineers Pioneer Future at Freescale Discovery Lab

Engineers' visions realized by multinational teams
9/3/2014 08:00 AM EDT
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anon2008494
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FDL is in Austin...
anon2008494   9/3/2014 11:16:36 AM
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The tagline says Portland, OR - but the lab is actually at Freescale HQ in Austin, TX. -Don

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R_Colin_Johnson   9/3/2014 11:24:06 AM
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Yes, the tagline just identifies where the reporter was when they wrote the story. The two Freescale Discovery Labs are in Austin, Texas and Toulouse France.

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anon2008494   9/3/2014 11:26:38 AM
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Aha - I may be a bit undercaffeinated this morning. Great article - thanks!

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toddkrein   9/3/2014 12:33:32 PM
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it worked well for bell labs... I'm surprised more companies aren't doing this.

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