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re: MIPS challenges ARM's Cortex with Aptiv launch
lewjames   5/16/2012 8:53:31 PM
I remember the days when Apple was "irrelevant" in the eyes of most engineers. Things can change with the right leadership.

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re: MIPS challenges ARM's Cortex with Aptiv launch
anilkannepalli   5/14/2012 1:35:59 PM
Micro,Inter,Pro and probably S... later.going the A-series,R-series and M-series way.

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re: MIPS challenges ARM's Cortex with Aptiv launch
chanj0   5/13/2012 10:36:46 PM
The seller still needs to make the product worthwhile to the buyer. Not to mention the products were probably in the roadmap for sometimes before the decision of selling the company has made. To management point of view, why not finish the planned works and hope for the best to come?

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re: MIPS challenges ARM's Cortex with Aptiv launch
junko.yoshida   5/12/2012 4:48:12 PM
I respectfully disagree. See the analysis here: http://www.eetimes.com/electronics-news/4372842/Four-reasons-why-MIPS-new-cores-may-make-it-relevant-again

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re: MIPS challenges ARM's Cortex with Aptiv launch
moronda   5/11/2012 4:27:26 PM
Sandeep Vij, why in the heck should anyone care? You already announced you were trying to get sold. Now you come out with new product announcements? Who cares? ARM ate your lunch and will continue to do so. Nobody cares. When I hear that a company is trying to get itself sold, I usually shop elsewhere. What a joke. Just sell it, get your payday, and go away.

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