Embedded tools are 10% off to celebrate 25th Aniversary

COMSOL is celebrating its 25th birthday --- not many companies can claim that in our industry.

So we are starting what we hope will be an exciting year with a 10% discount on selected products available from our web shop. These include:-

C compilers from HI-TECH, Cosmic and Avocet.

Ellisys Tracker 110 the affordable USB analyser

RTOS and TCP/IP stacks for 8 to 32 bit CPUs from CMX

CAN interfaces from Peak for purchases over 400 UK Pounds

Jungo packages for creating windows drivers for PCI & USB

TCP/IP and USB stacks as well as embedded disk file systems from EBS

BDM interface cables and software from P&E for sales of over 500 UK Pounds

But hurry these offers only last until the 10th of December

As well as that we have bought 120 bottles of wine and will be giving them away over the next 3 months For details see the web site

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The latest issue of the Newsletter contains more information about these offers - It also has lots of information on a number of new products.......

HI-TECH the well respected C compiler manufacturers have now released affordable C compilers and Debuggers for these CPUs..... ARM dsPIC msp430 PIC-18 8051

Breaking News....P&E now have low cost USB to BDM interfaces available for the ColdFire and the 5xx/8xx PPC. The Nexus PPC 55xx has a JTAG interface and that is now supported along with a development package that includes a GCC compiler and debugger that will operate straight " out of the box"

For details and your copy of the newsletter

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Chris Stephens E-mail: snipped-for-privacy@computer-solutions.co.uk Computer Solutions Ltd. Phone: +44 (0)1 932 829 460

1a New Haw Road, Fax: +44 (0)1 932 840 603 Addlestone, Surrey, KT15 2BZ England
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For the largest range of embedded microprocessor development tools now available for next day delivery - from our web shop

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Chris Stephens
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Okay, posting this once is acceptable, but this is the 2nd or 3rd time.... you're getting to the stage of spamming if you keep going.

ttyl,

--buddy

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Buddy Smith

It is the 2nd time I have seen it 11 Nov and 2 Dec, not exactly spamming rates of once evry three weeks!

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Paul Carpenter

Google shows it at least 36 times:

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Vadim Borshchev

... in on-topic groups where the readers might actually be interested in the products.

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Rich Webb

... including comp.lang.c and comp.programming?

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Vadim Borshchev

Yes, they (COMSOL) sell C cross-compilers for microcontrollers. I would hope that there are embedded C programmers lurking in that group. Or perhaps there is a struggling embedded C programmer longing to burst free of the bonds of the big-iron... :-)

Rob Young

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Rob Young

Your argument would open up all newsgroups to spam from every company that "thought you'd be interested in their product".

As far as I understand, unsolicited advertisements to newsgroups are allowed ONLY ONCE, and only for NEW PRODUCTS related to the newsgroup's topic. Using newsgroups to advertise your "sale of the week/month" or (perpetual) Anniversary sales is not what I think most people have in mind!

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patrick

It is only twice in three weeks in COMP.ARCH.EMBEDDED if you see it in other groups as well, then maybe they are not setting crossposts and followups in a best manner, However it is still ahrdly spamming, if you had seen it

36 times in ONE DAY, or over lots of UNRELATED groups, you *might* have a point.
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Paul Carpenter

No. Neither of those are on-topic for advertising.

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Alan Balmer

... snip ...

By which token your message itself is disallowed. The exception is mild advertising in a sig block, which yours is not (it lacks a proper sig delimiter of "-- ").

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CBFalconer

Addlestone Community Theatre? Swift Clean UK? FT Refrigeration Services?

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Paul Burke

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