New computer architectures come along all the time. Some stand the test of time while others get EOLed (end of lifed) pretty quickly. Why is that? Is it for technical reasons, marketing reasons, or something else? This is the topic that the Embedded Insiders tackled this week. And to give it a perspective, we asked Jonathon Miller, CEO of Diamond Systems, to join us. Diamond Systems offers products that take advantage of new architectures and old, so we figured Jonathan would have some answers to our questions (and he did).
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