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_hm
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re: Taiwan nurtures the next ARM
_hm   7/26/2011 8:57:47 PM
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Same as @RD: Good teaser, made me want to go and read the full article..

Paul.Pacini
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re: Taiwan nurtures the next ARM
Paul.Pacini   7/26/2011 5:58:21 PM
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Isn't EETimes one entity? Why link to the rest of the article in another branch of the same company? Is each division (author? office?) competing for web hits? Pathetic. I'm on enough email distribution lists as it is. I'll just wait and I'm sure the story will show up somewhere else soon. Cheesy tactics to get hits and sign-ups. Appears others don't like the tease either.

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re: Taiwan nurtures the next ARM
speedy   7/25/2011 9:42:17 AM
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P*** teasing article, might as well send me a V***** link too. If this is the way you are to treat interested users I will go elsewhere and regard all EE Times as spam.

Kinnar
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re: Taiwan nurtures the next ARM
Kinnar   7/24/2011 5:03:16 AM
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I think they have selected a new way and perhaps the right path in the changing world, starting from the less quality oriented market and slowly growing towards quality oriented market. Lets wish all the best the the ambitious people, if they are going to contribute really in the developing world.

Etmax
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re: Taiwan nurtures the next ARM
Etmax   7/23/2011 9:25:15 AM
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With all the free content on the web they're going to have a hard sell chrging for this.

ArekZ
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re: Taiwan nurtures the next ARM
ArekZ   7/22/2011 8:36:59 PM
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After 13 years in the UK (both in academia and industry) I worked with some Germans (a real failure) and now I work with a Taiwanese company, not far from Hsinhu. And I enjoy it. It looks like my new ideas will be implemented there.

t.alex
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re: Taiwan nurtures the next ARM
t.alex   7/22/2011 2:30:46 PM
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Interesting. Taiwan is going more ambitious.

nicolas.mokhoff
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re: Taiwan nurtures the next ARM
nicolas.mokhoff   7/22/2011 12:23:23 PM
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I do not either. A lot of the China design effort is wishful thinking that they can penetrate established designed-in OEM environments and make a dent with quick turnarounds and price-cutting tactics. The support infrastructure of an ARM ecosystem seems to be lacking. But hey, our man on the ground in Taiwan dug deeper and came up with some interesting nuggets. It's worth a read on www.eetimes.com/confidential

CJW101
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CJW101   7/22/2011 7:32:49 AM
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I do not detect any patent activity by Andes Technology Corp outside TW and CN

Jeff Martens
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re: Taiwan nurtures the next ARM
Jeff Martens   7/21/2011 8:00:32 PM
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If you keep trying to upcharge for articles, I will go elsewhere...

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