Hello EETimes readers,
And BTW nice to meet U Chanj, as you say ARM becomes stronger each year. At the beginning of 2011, we can say: 2011 yaer is going to adapt itself to the ARM company in new multimedia portable system. Apple has been a catalyst making ARM Architecture a party to the tablet (the logical continuation of IPhone). Today, ARM could be a potential partnership of future low power server. In this market, MIPS has 64-bit its architecture but not ARM.
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