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Ericsson has gained access to ARM's ARM7TDMI processor core for use in its Bluetooth products.

The deal enables Ericsson to re-use the ARM intellectual property among all its divisions. In theory this will reduce development costs, speed up time to market and make for greater flexibility in the design process.

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