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ARM Earnings Rise As PC Market Falls
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4/24/2013 | 10:55:53 PM
re: ARM Earnings Rise As PC Market Falls
Just look at the Pi or the BeagleBone, full general purpose computing devices for a fraction of the cost of an x86 based system that is not nearly as compact. And the applications are endless, from media servers to smart phones to industrial controls, everything is possible with ARM based systems. And now server vendors start clustering many ARM based servers together to be more flexible in resource assignment and have better power consumption. Try that with WinTel...won't work.

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