Not really, but I do hope they sort out there anti-FreeTrade thinking by not selling things like Shield and TK1 in Australia.
Now if a country can be forced, under free-trade, to export commodities, why are companies on the Internet not policed for failing to sell into countries with free-trade agreements with the source of the technology?
Neat though is the latest from XMOS (XCORE-EA) which I think still might find it hard to get traction.
XCORE-EA is not targeting the same marked as TK1, Parallella but might go happily against GA144 I suppose. Because the XCORE-EA is a little more “familiar” to people (and they are avoiding saying “transputer”) they might have a chance.