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In fact ARM are starting to realise that their "turf" may be invaded by others (cut down Mips and PPC processors and even (gasp) x86 derivatives) so they're gradually having to up their specs. Allowing for larger/faster caches and so on (I don't have the URL to hand but ARM do discuss larger fast caches - which *would* improve performance) and there are multi-core ARMs (or even single core faster ones such as the 80331 mentioned here on drobe).

The capabilities of ARM will improve (as ARM have no choice but to - unless they wish to concede ground to others). The end result is that *we* may benefit from faster, better, ARM's in future.

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Annraoi

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