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China's Quest for 'MIPS in Wearable'

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Jacob
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MIPS based ecco sytem
Jacob   4/15/2014 4:32:02 AM
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"The world is waiting to see if China has the will (or stomach) to build a MIPS-based ecosystem robust enough to rival ARM. The keys are Chinese supercomputers (based on MIPS cores) and Ingenic."

Junko, the answer is yes, but before that competitor has to develop the full ecco system. Then only they may be able to grab that idea.



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