That's a good oportunity for the 500+ french engineers left off TI as they are currently closing(*) the TI plant in South of France. Most of them were working on OMAP.
(*)Strange that this Christmas announcement was not echoed here on EET.
We reported on the 1,700 layoffs at Thanksgiving time when the Omap shift was announced.
Sorry to here the bad news continues.
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