[Arm-netbook] rk3399 what full schematics does lkcl want?
Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton
lkcl at lkcl.net
Tue May 30 03:23:32 BST 2017
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On Mon, May 29, 2017 at 3:41 PM, David Niklas <doark at mail.com> wrote:
> So, how did the t-firefly group create their SOC if they could not get
> the CAD files?
who said that they could not get the CAD files from Rockchip? nobody
said that they could not get the RK3399 CAD files from rockchip. i
certainly didn't say that they could not get the CAD files from
Rockchip. i also didn't see anyone *else* say that they could not get
the CAD files from rockchip.
or any other source for that matter.
it may help you to understand how they got hold of them if (and i
believe i am correct about this but it may need confirmation) you are
aware that t-firefly is a trading name (or subsidary) of the extremely
large company known as "Acer".
Acer as you are no doubt aware created the highly-successful
mass-volume RK3288-based Chromebook.
Acer therefore qualifies, easily, in Rockchip's Management's eyes, as
a "100k and above volumes" OEM 3rd party.
they'd be *more* than happy to give Acer absolutely anything they want.
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