Open Microprocessor Systems Initiative Management Office (Omimo)
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Foster and promote European industrial research and development in the microprocessing sector; foster cooperation among suppliers, particularly of technology and equipment for applications in the field of domotics, cellular telephones, work stations, automobiles, telecommunications, multi-media and aerospace and wider public applications; represent members' interests with European Community/Union institutions and other organizations; contribute to the development of microprocessors based on a single chip.Available with paid subscription only.
Works especially within the framework of Open Microprocessor Initiative (OMI) of the European Union.
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