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ARMs are manufactured by everyone and his dog these days. Intel are merely one of the crowd (which I understand from friends that work in intel, really rankles) and XScale is I think no more than a name intended to somewhat hide the connection to ARM.

I'm a bit puzzled by the assertion of the ARM7 being the closest relative to the ARM1 still in production though. Maybe if one asserts that the SA, ARM9/10/11 & XScale have some radical departure in the implementation it would be reasonable.

 is a RISC OS Userrowledge on 29/4/05 8:57PM
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