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Release date- 02062014 - COMPUTEX,
This is ARM's first CPU Design Center in
'Close proximity to key semiconductor and ecosystem partners and high-caliber local engineering talent makes
The news was welcomed by
'Economic development remains at the top of the government's policy agenda, MOEA has endeavored to drive
The new center is slated to open at the end of 2014 and will create highly skilled microprocessor design opportunities for the technical community in the region.
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