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Kinnar
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Re: Global Lighting for Chip IP Company
Kinnar   12/17/2013 1:46:29 AM
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Global Lighting term will be useful at application level environment, it will not put any thing more than a few computational overhead and they do have sufficient signal processing supporting computational power. We will have to wait to find a word about this acquisition from ARM.

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Re: Global Lighting for Chip IP Company
goafrit   12/16/2013 12:26:26 PM
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ARM innovates, it may be the disruptor which will give Intel a really good fight. No one is talking of the second-fiddle AMD. ARM is very innovative and clearly have a strategy to innovate and develop tools that will in the future

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Re: Global Lighting for Chip IP Company
chanj0   12/16/2013 12:24:58 PM
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It seems to me the move will expand the horizon of ARM to support more smart application. Typically, similar result can be achieved through sales and marketing effort. Unless there are some interesting IP, I don't see a lot of reason to support the acquisition. Kinnar, I'm with you. Any insights are welcomed.

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Re: Global Lighting for Chip IP Company
goafrit   12/16/2013 12:24:23 PM
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Most of the ARM processors will find markets in gaming devices. It makes sense to have the deep knowledge of a company that has done some of the hard works.

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Global Lighting for Chip IP Company
Kinnar   12/16/2013 3:16:33 AM
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How the Global Lighting effects will be useful to a Chip IP Company like ARM? Is ARM going to plan in to the business of virtual reality?



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