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Comms processor integrates Wi-Fi IP

Wireless LAN IP is well suited to address the upcoming wireless convergence market thanks to its low power consumption, robustness and completeness of features.

News from Wipro-NewLogic, Aug 8, 2008

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Graphics processors to be optimised for MIPS

The HD Visual Reality and Mobile Visual Reality 2D and 2D/3D graphics processor IP cores will be optimised for integration in designs using MIPS32 24K and MIPS32 24KE cores.

News from Vivante Corporation, Aug 8, 2008

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MCU core is smaller and faster than original 8051

The T8051 microcontroller core is targeted at IC designers who want to make use of complete 8bit architecture functionality while substantially reducing the size of their systems.

News from Evatronix, Aug 4, 2008

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Graphics core shows up in consumer products

Dozens of PowerVR SGX-enabled products will ship in the next few months from manufacturers including Asus, Fujitsu, Gigabyte and Panasonic.

News from Imagination Technologies, Aug 1, 2008

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Cores to power femtocell basestations

Chipset will be the most advanced solution for femtocell basebands, cost-effectively combining the most advanced feature set with an unmatched level of integration.

News from MIPS Technologies, Aug 1, 2008

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ARM cores power ASIC offerings

European customers can now choose further ARM cores to improve performance, reduce power consumption and minimise board space in ASIC and ASSP designs.

News from Toshiba Electronics Europe, Jul 30, 2008

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Upgrade for GPS tuner core IP

The new generation of MIPS Technologies' GPS tuner IP core supports Global Navigation Satellite System systems in the L1 band and is also compatible with Galileo.

News from MIPS Technologies, Jul 29, 2008

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IP core catches FPGA thieves red handed

Algotronix has come up with a novel concept in tagging to help counter the rapidly growing trade in stolen IP, counterfeit chips and cloned designs.

News from Algotronix, Jul 28, 2008

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New microprocessor cores ease integration

The PowerPC 460S allows the system-on-chip (SoC) designer to select the L2 cache size, L1 cache size and multicore processor local bus necessary to optimise their design.

News from Synopsys, Jul 24, 2008

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Cores set standard for infrastructure development

PMC-Sierra is set to use a range of MIPS cores in its next-generation products, including the MIPS32 1004K coherent processing system.

News from MIPS Technologies, Jul 23, 2008

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Core powers wireless LAN chipsets

The embedded 74K core helps Broadcom's new Intensi-fi XLR 802.11n wireless LAN chipsets maintain datarates of up to 300Mbit/s in each band

News from MIPS Technologies, Jul 21, 2008

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GPU core set for multiple mobile deployments

Telechips chose the Mali-200 GPU for its ability to meet the full range of performance points to enable its chipsets to bring stunning graphics to a wide range of target markets.

News from ARM, Jul 18, 2008

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IP package creates full Serial ATA interface

Comprehensive high quality IP solution helps designers reduce the risk and cost of integrating the Serial ATA interface into their SoC designs.

News from Synopsys, Jul 15, 2008

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Low-cost core suits high-volume production

Typical applications for an XAP5 processor core include ZigBee and Bluetooth wireless networks, energy metering, sensor networks, tagging and transactions using RFID or NFC.

News from Cambridge Consultants, Jul 11, 2008

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Content processor solutions provide security boost

LSI-provided silicon components for Silverlight result in a more secure, high-performance system for content developers and hardware OEMs.

News from LSI Europe, Jul 11, 2008

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Core licensing deal speeds ASIC development

MIPS cores will enable K-micro to offer a range of optimised solutions to its customers in office automation and networking markets.

News from MIPS Technologies, Jul 10, 2008

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Proven IP speeds graphics controller design

Silicon-proven DesignWare IP provides a comprehensive suite of digital controllers and mixed-signal PHY to meet power, feature and performance requirements.

News from Synopsys, Jul 10, 2008

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Core takes control of VDSL2 design

Triductor Technology has used the Diamond 212GP processor as the system controller for VDSL2 design for both its customer premise and central office designs.

News from Tensilica, Jul 10, 2008

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Soft cores emulate industry standards

Two new soft IP cores from Evatronix can be used to replace industry-standard devices in FPGA and ASIC based implementations.

News from Evatronix, Jul 9, 2008

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Software IP market goes online is a new portal that allows buyers and sellers to communicate directly for software-related intellectual property.

News from, Jul 7, 2008

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Synthesisable cores power video encoding

The MIPS32 24K core family offers performance of over 600MHz in a 90nm G process, while minimising design time and reducing product costs.

News from MIPS Technologies, Jul 1, 2008

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Korean designers expand core options

As one of the leading design centres in Korea, ADT is well positioned to assist the rapidly growing number of Korea-based Tensilica licensees.

News from Tensilica, Jun 30, 2008

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Display memory runs OLED in LG handset

1T-SRAM dual-port display macros are designed specifically for mobile handset applications, such as those included in the LG Electronics AMOLED-based display.

News from MoSys, Jun 25, 2008

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FPGA cores target wireless basestations

Products include RF/IF processing functionality, as well as upgraded support for industry-standard basestation connectivity protocols.

News from Lattice Semiconductor UK, Jun 24, 2008

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Cores secure FPGA designs

AES1 and GCM1 IP cores enable FPGA vendors to add encryption to their designs using less than 15% of an RT54SX72S device.

News from IP Cores, Jun 16, 2008

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