TI is a very interesting company. After using their products and having worked closely with them for many years they are a big company with a very small company feel. I only hope that as our company grows we can maintain the same level of intimacy with our customers that TI has been able to achieve.
Nic did you use analog or digital re-calibration :)
"mentioning that that there is now more software"
oc people would like to know where these TI Vp's keep their "analog quantum photogenic computer on a SOC" price lists ;)
but if that's to hard to answer at this time then we would probably settle for where is their REAL FULL "open source" OMAP Cortex graphics Kernel and user mode open source code URL and Upstream GIT for this code base and when can Linux expect to get this code and documentation to improve its speed etc.
Don't want to be a back seat proofreader... but, this really could have used some.
The second paragraph is a mess. It mentions the company twice as part of the guys title.
2nd para... vying instead of vouching (at least I'd assume)
6th para... tapping instead of taping
12th para... "a DSP specialist and embedded vision processing"... can't guess what that should have been.
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