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AndrewJones
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re: Imagination gives profit warning
AndrewJones   5/3/2013 8:09:02 PM
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It doesn't help that STE have pretty much disappeared killing any of the products based on Series6, TI have refocused the OMAP business away from mobile (where all the volumes are) and even the S4 is based on Snapdragon in the key regions. Renesas again defocusing away from mobile. Who does that leave other than Apple ?. Mediatek I guess, but then even they have just announced a chip based on an ARM Mali processor.

Yog-Sothoth
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re: Imagination gives profit warning
Yog-Sothoth   5/3/2013 4:49:35 PM
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Interesting. Maybe ARM is getting more graphics design wins?

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re: Imagination gives profit warning
US Made   5/2/2013 11:54:59 PM
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I do not see the value of MIPS buy? other than general statement CPU+GPU going to merge need a second source to ARM



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