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rick merritt
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re: Two burning questions for ARM this week
rick merritt   10/30/2012 2:28:22 PM
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Less disruptive techniques...such as???

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re: Two burning questions for ARM this week
chipmonk0   10/29/2012 7:19:47 PM
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Is ARM going to put all their eggs into one basket by backing 3D stacking of chips ( SoCs and Memory ) using TSVs ( thru silicon vias ) and wide I//O or would they be open to less disruptive ways to get higher bandwidth / power efficiency for their Core designs aimed at SmartPhones etc. ??

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re: Two burning questions for ARM this week
rick merritt   10/29/2012 6:31:25 PM
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What burning questions do you have for ARM that just maybe I could find answers for this week?



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