Re: More Chuck news
- From: John Passaniti <nntp@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 06 Apr 2009 19:20:12 -0400
Elizabeth D Rather wrote:
The Intellasys parts are radically different from current microcontrollers.
You used the phrase "radically different" and I used the phrase "seriously wacky." Was your objection before that my phrase was less polished and nuanced than yours? They sound more the same than different to me.
> They offer some unusual opportunities, but are
clearly not ideal for a lot of mainstream embedded projects. If we> were dealing with a project for which these parts are appropriate, we
> would be facing some unusual design challenges, and would definitely
> welcome the participation of engineers who have confronted these
Did you answer my question? The phrase "welcome the participation" doesn't sound at all like "hand the specs to IntellaSys and have them deliver a turn-key product for you."
As time passes, it will be possible to capture more of their experience in manuals and design tools. Some people will prefer to wait until that happens. Early adopters, willing to seize the opportunity sooner rather than later in order to gain a competitive advantage, will prefer to work with experts now.
Perhaps. Or perhaps those companies who have internal engineering departments and/or trusted partners who they work with will question going to a new chip that is apparently so "radically different" that their own staff and/or partners can't program the thing.
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