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Old 05-15-2014, 02:42 PM   #1
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LXer: Sneak peek at a proof-of-concept Snapdragon MCM

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The Qualcomm rep who showed it to us (and is holding it in the photos below) emphasized that the MCM was purely a “proof of concept” being shown around to prospective OEMs, and would not necessarily end up going into production. Still, in light of the recent flurry of Snapdragon-based computer-on-modules (COMs) from embedded board vendors (see “Related posts” list farther below), we can’t help wondering if Qualcomm might be preparing to market its Snapdragon SoCs more aggressively to makers of devices outside the realm of consumer smartphones and tablets.



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