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PCI Express IP supports I/O virtualisation

I/O virtualisation technology reduces system hardware requirements by enabling the simultaneous sharing of peripherals across multiple CPUs or operating systems.

News from Synopsys, Jun 12, 2008

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ColdFire processor becomes FPGA core

The V1 32bit ColdFire core will be available as a free licence from IPextreme.

News from Freescale Semiconductor, Jun 10, 2008

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IP core eases optical transceiver integration

The MAC-1G PCS IP core is fully compliant with the IEEE802.3-2002 standard, guaranteeing a hassle-free implementation into fibre-optic enabled SoCs.

News from Evatronix, Jun 6, 2008

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Multistandard receiver IP takes up no extra space

The Ensigma UCCP230 multistandard receiver IP platform requires the same silicon area as typical single-standard solutions.

News from Imagination Technologies, Jun 6, 2008

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Audio engine gains software support

Spirit DSP has produced 18 optimised, high quality digital audio and voice software packages that run on the Tensilica HiFi 2 Audio Engine.

News from Tensilica, Jun 5, 2008

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Cores cover full range of graphics requirements

Scalable multiprocessor graphics core enables chip makers to serve multiple product markets with the same architecture, choosing the optimum power, performance and area.

News from ARM, Jun 3, 2008

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Security engines accelerate SoC cryptography

The inclusion of Elliptic's hardware and software security engines in Synochip's next generation product will offer improved cryptographic capabilities and faster response time.

News from Elliptic, May 29, 2008

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Toshiba signs for wider core coverage

Latest deal will enable Toshiba to provide an ARM powered system-on-chip portfolio across the full performance spectrum.

News from ARM, May 26, 2008

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Codec IP cuts power drain for on-chip hi-fi audio

Audio codec IP achieves an impressive 100dB dynamic range and -93dB THD while consuming only 7.8mW power when playing back through stereo line outputs at 48kHz.

News from MIPS Technologies, May 21, 2008

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Memory interface specs are upgraded

Chip architects, memory controller vendors and PHY providers can use the new specification to speed their DDR memory system design and integration.

News from Denali Software, May 21, 2008

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Microcontroller IP comes with HDLC controller

Platform is developed to facilitate the process of designing telecommunications chips that use an HDLC controller.

News from Evatronix, May 20, 2008

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Models speed creation of virtual platforms

DesignWare System-Level Library models significantly reduce the time needed to create virtual platforms and are written in SystemC to work in any IEEE1666 (SystemC)-compliant simulation environment.

News from Synopsys, May 16, 2008

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ARM compliant core powers complex 130nm SoC

Faraday offers a range of synthesisable and hardened ARM v4 and v5 TE compliant cores in its FA CPU family product line.

News from Faraday Technology, May 15, 2008

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Processor cores suit consumer electronics

The BL2348 RG SoC delivers the performance, integration and functionality required for the latest generation of customer premise equipment (CPE) that connects the home network to the access network.

News from MIPS Technologies, May 13, 2008

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SDIO host controller handles multiple cards

Proven System Block for QuickLogic's Customer Specific Standard Product solutions platform library addresses the needs of handheld system designs.

News from QuickLogic, May 13, 2008

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Partnership targets high-end computing

Tensilica and the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory's supercomputing collaboration aims to make "exascale systems"feasible and cost-effective.

News from Tensilica, May 6, 2008

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Audio core adds Blu-ray Disc support

Tensilica's HiFi Audio Engine is a fully programmable processor core optimised for audio applications, with a library of over 30 of the most popular audio software packages.

News from Tensilica, May 1, 2008

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Broadband gateway processor uses two ARMs

Mindspeed Technologies has used two ARM1136J-S processors in its Comcerto 100 series of broadband gateway processors.

News from ARM, May 1, 2008

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PCI Express IP moves to next generation

Industry's only complete silicon-proven PCI Express 2.0 IP solution from a single vendor includes digital controllers, PHY and verification IP.

News from Synopsys, Apr 29, 2008

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Instant RFID data prevents car theft

Ship2Save's RFID cabinet key solution, with Impinj's UHF Gen 2 RFID chips, readers and antennas, provides a way to authenticate car keys upon their return from a test drive.

News from Impinj, Apr 24, 2008

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Extra-permanent memory proves popular

Embedded extra-permanent memory technology has been used in several security applications, such as digital content protection and rights management.

News from Kilopass Technology, Apr 21, 2008

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USB2.0 IP receives PHY certification

Synopsys' DesignWare USB 2.0 nanoPHY uses half the power and die area of previous USB PHY IP solutions and enables faster time to market with reduced risk.

News from Synopsys, Apr 18, 2008

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Nonvolatile memory IP qualifies for 80 and 90nm

Target applications for the 80 and 90nm processes include general purpose consumer as well and mobile and wireless applications.

News from Kilopass Technology, Apr 18, 2008

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IP programme shows initiative for FPGA designers

Programme delivers the industry's first and complete universal, encrypted design methodology for FPGA implementation.

News from Synplicity, Apr 16, 2008

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Processor suits low-power applications

The Cortex-M3 processor is supported by the ARM Power Management Kit (PMK) and is optimised for low-power physical IP standard cell libraries and memories from the ARM Artisan physical IP family.

News from ARM, Apr 15, 2008

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