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What can I say? I watched it all the way through. It’s a real tear-jerker. All of the ladies in the audience end up crying. I had a speck of dust in my eye (that’s my excuse and I’m sticking to it). All I can say is that I’m glad I’m already married, because young Tom would be an extremely hard act to follow!

— Jessica Lipsky, Associate Editor, EE Times

Akerson said the NVM Express Organization is currently developing revision 1.2 of the base specification, while at the same time standardizing in-band and out-of-band management of PCI Express SSDs, including LEDs and thermal control. These specifications are targeted for release in the second half of 2014.

— Karen Field, Editorial Director, EE Live and EE Times

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— Jessica Lipsky, Associate Editor, EE Times

Akerson said the NVM Express Organization is currently developing revision 1.2 of the base specification, while at the same time standardizing in-band and out-of-band management of PCI Express SSDs, including LEDs and thermal control. These specifications are targeted for release in the second half of 2014.

— Karen Field, Editorial Director, EE Live and EE Times

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    Tom Starnes, a processor industry analyst at Objective Analysis, told us that neither the impending merger nor the possibility of having a new player in the chip business is the most interesting thing about the announcement that Fujitsu Ltd. and Panasonic Corp. would split off portions of their chip-design businesses and unite them in an independent third company.

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