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daleste
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re: Sitara ARM processor supports Profibus
daleste   11/28/2010 6:41:58 PM
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Yes, a sitari would sound weird since it is a stringed instrument from India made from gourds.

Amir177
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re: Sitara ARM processor supports Profibus
Amir177   11/27/2010 6:27:24 PM
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Correct! Kindly change this to Sitara, not Sitari. This should have been proof read first. Earlier, I observed another Title error, with a different EE Times article.

Silicon_Smith
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re: Sitara ARM processor supports Profibus
Silicon_Smith   11/26/2010 5:46:57 PM
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Someone should probably edit the title of this report. Sitari sounds very weird, especially to those who know what Sitara means.

Kinnar
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re: Sitara ARM processor supports Profibus
Kinnar   11/25/2010 7:40:36 PM
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This will really reduce the size of Instruments using Profibus for control and automation purpose and will also lead towards the flexibility while programming as well.

Sheetal.Pandey
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re: Sitara ARM processor supports Profibus
Sheetal.Pandey   11/25/2010 7:36:21 PM
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Well it really seems to be a very attractive processor. It would be a boon for automation appliations. The price also looks competitive.

Sheetal.Pandey
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re: Sitara ARM processor supports Profibus
Sheetal.Pandey   11/25/2010 7:33:51 PM
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After reading the headline, I also have the sme thought in mind that sitara means star.

Silicon_Smith
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re: Sitara ARM processor supports Profibus
Silicon_Smith   11/25/2010 1:31:15 PM
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A really low power consumption, ARM9. The profibus makes it very attractive! Hope this shines like a 'Sitara' indeed. (Sitara means Star in Hindi)



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