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Neil Kurzman
08/23/12 20:55
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#188152 - A side issue in this case
Responding to: Jim Granville's previous message
I am pretty sure they want the networking stuff.
SMC is not noted for 8052 products. A lot of companies toss in and 8052 core so they do not need to support tools. Plus there are many around. PIC and AVR are not available. not sure what ARM cost.

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TopicAuthorDate
MicroChip buys another 8051 supplier !      Jim Granville      08/23/12 02:51      
   this may have more impact in marketing ...      Richard Erlacher      08/23/12 10:10      
   A side issue in this case      Neil Kurzman      08/23/12 20:55      
   SMSC      Andy Peters      09/04/12 15:59      
      for quite some time ...      Richard Erlacher      09/04/12 16:38      
   a plan      Mahmood Elnasser      09/06/12 14:35      
      Bad Plan      Neil Kurzman      09/06/12 20:02      
         Microsoft      Mahmood Elnasser      09/08/12 12:49      
            Borland      Erik Malund      09/08/12 16:46      
               RE: Borland has been doing this ...      Andy Neil      09/09/12 00:27      
               More than that      Per Westermark      09/09/12 03:38      
                  Maybe others too      Richard Erlacher      09/09/12 16:16      
                     Turbo Prolog      Per Westermark      09/09/12 18:21      
                        Yes, that was the one ...       Richard Erlacher      09/09/12 20:43      
            It's common practice      Richard Erlacher      09/08/12 21:37      

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