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giriscitek
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re: Top 10 shifts in chips, comms
giriscitek   12/19/2012 4:19:06 AM
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Micro-Processor design prowess shifting towards ultra-low power design phase.

sranje
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re: Top 10 shifts in chips, comms
sranje   12/19/2012 2:45:52 AM
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Rick - excellent summary - thank you

Kuckoo
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re: Top 10 shifts in chips, comms
Kuckoo   12/18/2012 4:34:24 AM
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Hate self promotion, but I would like to mention that shifts like ARM a winner in smartphone silicon and mobile cloud becoming a major trend were anticipated in my book "Smartphone" published in December 2011. It also provided details of how Windows world is changing in the post-PC era.

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re: Top 10 shifts in chips, comms
rick merritt   12/17/2012 4:17:47 PM
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What big shifts have you felt this year?



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