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No. They are ARM, ARM don't manufacture *any* chips (as you know), Cirrus Logic, Plessey, DEC/Intel all make ARM some are called ARM710, others StrongARM - they are STILL ARM processors because they're licensed from ARM (StrongARM is ARM Architecture V4 for example).

XScale is also licensed by ARM to intel (as ARM Architecture Version 5TE), so would also fall under such a license

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Annraoi

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