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    Weird Semiconductor Professionals Wanted in Austin

    Ericsson has opened an ASIC Design Center in Austin, and we would like to invite any experienced Semiconductor Engineers to come out and share a beer with us at the Mean-Eyed Cat in the parking lot of our new office to learn more about our ASIC Design.

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    Ale's and ASIC's with Ericsson at The Mean-Eyed Cat! Tickets, Thu, Jul 26, 2018 at 5:30 PM | Eventbrite

    Simply RSVP here to let us know you're interested and there will be a free beer ticket or 2 waiting for you when you arrive.

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    Thu, July 26, 2018
    5:30 PM – 7:30 PM CDT

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    Mean-Eyed Cat
    1621 W 5th St
    Austin, TX 78703

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    Would they be replacing standard parts for ASICS in their networking gear? Is Austin an ASIC hotbed?

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    From what I have heard, yes, Ericsson is making a move back to ASIC. And wow - is Austin an ASIC hotbed? NXP, ARM, Samsung, Cypress, TI, Intel/Altera, Microsemi, a zillion startups probably a long list more I am missing

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    RIP CPU huh

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    I don't think people can self-identify themselves as weird. I mean, when you find someone weird, he or she would most probably find those idiosyncrasies normal from his/her point of view. No? Hehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by coldmama9 View Post
    I don't think people can self-identify themselves as weird. I mean, when you find someone weird, he or she would most probably find those idiosyncrasies normal from his/her point of view. No? Hehe
    When in my wild years my mother often asked me why I can't act 'normal'. And my standard reply was that being normal is boring...

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