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SBagai
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re: ST-Ericsson Symbian-on-A9 demo fails to make it to MWC
SBagai   2/17/2009 8:41:27 PM
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Mondayâ??s headline, the result of a press release we issued, was â??ST-Ericsson set to show multiprocessing Cortex-A9 running Symbian OSâ?ť. Unfortunately, we made a communication mistake, which was not a reflection of the progress of the technology and the collaboration with our partners. We have shown the demo to them and are showing the demo to our key customers and happily invite EETimes to see a demonstration of the technology, which will sample as a system-on-chip by the end of Q1'09.

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re: ST-Ericsson Symbian-on-A9 demo fails to make it to MWC
Peter Clarke   2/17/2009 12:05:23 PM
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"Passport, flight ticket details, hotel details, credit card. Oh sugar I left the demo board behind."



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