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Neo10
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re: Kontron adopts ARM across the board
Neo10   9/10/2011 6:22:53 AM
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The advantage for these non-consumer product based companies in going with ARM is that they can leverage the terrific ARM ecosystem to reduce the total cost of hardware+software and still deliver cutting edge system with the latest standards with the added benefit of high class power optimization inherent in ARM.

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Kinnar   9/9/2011 5:57:48 PM
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It is quite true that over ARM the industrial pcs will be more reasonable as it will provide more interfacing standards on the chip itself, so it is a very right step towards selecting the ARM for industrial PCs.

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goafrit   9/9/2011 4:04:18 PM
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Interesting how this ARM movement is shaping to become. Good one for them. Intel should be concerned these days.

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viemacs   9/9/2011 2:50:15 PM
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Kontron's specialty is x86. 'Nuff said.

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Peter Clarke   9/9/2011 9:00:51 AM
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@Luis That's microprocessors (not MCUs) and for board-level products such as the old VMEbus and Multibus, and now MicroTCA, CompactPCI and other board-and-backplane standards

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Luis Sanchez   9/9/2011 4:37:12 AM
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Intel with commanding position in the board level microcontroller? I doubt that. ARM has been the preferred for quite sometime now. The low power benefit of the ARM architecture is tough to beat.

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krisi   9/8/2011 6:23:11 PM
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Another win for ARM in the embedded systems space...Kris



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