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Started by ziteribo November 3, 2006
> > > Due to their experience with supercalculators, I bet on IBM :) > > Are you saying that you're going to take the 'supercalculator', > incorporate it as a component of the SoC to replace many of the > function-specific components of a mobile phone? A software defined > radio for my trouser pocket? If so, you've piqued my interest.
The mobile phone of tomorrow will be a "supercalculator". Moreover the "pocket SDR" is already here ... : http://www.imec.be/wwwinter/mediacenter/en/SR2005/html/142216.html http://www.imec.be/wwwinter/mediacenter/en/3GPPLTE_2006.shtml
> >Why didn't the others do this ? > > > >IBM and Intel are the only founders to control these technology that > >was > >primarily developed for high-end servers. ARM isn't involved in this > >business > >( they will be soon forced to switch due to the 45 nm limit ). > > > >If you don't believe me : > > > >http://mph-roadmap.mit.edu/about_ctr/members.php > > > >Where is ARM ? > > Down at the bank depositing checks? ;-)
For sure ... :)
> > -- > Dan Henry
Regards, Guilaume
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