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lifewingmate
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re: Use a West Bridge Architecture to multitask effectively
lifewingmate   8/31/2010 6:47:33 AM
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I hear Google is going to launch its own mobile phone that allows you to call with the just launched Google Call / Video chat app (competitor to Skype). How will/Will West Bridge be a part of this new model of PC to PC and Phone to PC architecture?

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re: Use a West Bridge Architecture to multitask effectively
timkung   8/26/2010 10:38:52 PM
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@t.alex Yes, the current generation of West Bridge allows connections to different types of mass storage, peripherals using SDIO, as well as USB.

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re: Use a West Bridge Architecture to multitask effectively
t.alex   8/25/2010 5:35:20 AM
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The term West Bridge is quite interesting as it sounds quite similar to North/South Bridge on PC motherboard. Does this West Bridge allows connection of other kinds of peripherals?



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