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Web-based access to revision-controlled IP library

The QuickUse Repository is an off-the-shelf IP repository based on the proven QuickUse Development System knowledge management infrastructure from Mentor Graphics Brochureavailable

News from Mentor Graphics UK (6 June 2002)

UMC to be first with Amethyst core

UMC has signed a licensing and comarketing agreement for MIPS Technologies' top-performance 64bit processor cores, the MIPS64 20Kc and the company's next-generation core, code-named Amethyst

News from MIPS Technologies (5 June 2002)

Broadband communications processor uses MIPS core

Infineon Technologies' new EasyPort broadband communications processor family is based on a powerful, highly integrated, 64bit CPU core subsystem that uses the MIPS64 5Kc processor core

News from MIPS Technologies (4 June 2002)

Lang sets sales for ARC in Asia

ARC International has completed another goal set by CEO Mike Gulett earlier this year by appointing James Lang head of all sales operations in Asia

News from ARC International (31 May 2002)

Core aids rapid embedded systems development

The new RCM3000 RabbitCore is Z-World's most powerful and feature-packed microprocessor core module

News from Impulse (29 May 2002)

Codec provides improved image compression

inSilicon Corp has added the JPEG2000 codec to its existing portfolio of image compression semiconductor intellectual property

News from inSilicon Corp (22 May 2002)

Walsh takes over marketing at inSilicon

inSilicon Corp has signed up Kevin M Walsh as vice president of Marketing

News from inSilicon Corp (21 May 2002)

RF Engines breaks into US defence market

RF Engines has signed a major modification and licensing deal for its novel Pipelined Frequency Transform (PFT) technology with one of the leading US defence prime contractors

News from RF Engines (21 May 2002)

MoSys IP revenue is fastest-growing worldwide

MoSys reported the fastest-growing IP revenues for FY2001 worldwide, among the top 20 semiconductor intellectual property companies, according to Gartner Dataquest

News from MoSys (17 May 2002)

MoSys CFO Mitchell hangs up his spreadsheet

F Judson Mitchell will retire from his post as Chief Financial Officer and Secretary of MoSys in June 2002

News from MoSys (16 May 2002)

Motorola joins the 1T-SRAM fan club

MoSys has licensed its 1T-SRAM embedded memory technology to Motorola SPS

News from MoSys (16 May 2002)

Latest 32bit cores join IP library

The newest MIPS Technologies family of 32bit low-power high-performance cores, the MIPS32 4KE family, is now available immediately through Synopsys' DesignWare Star IP library

News from MIPS Technologies (16 May 2002)

More cores join 0.11-micron SoC library

LSI Logic has expanded its SoC CoreWare portfolio with the addition of the standard MIPS64 5Kf microprocessor core for customer SoC designs

News from LSI Europe (14 May 2002)

Library is armed with the latest cores

LSI Logic has become the first ARM semiconductor partner to license the new synthesisable ARM1026EJ-S microprocessor core

News from LSI Europe (14 May 2002)

Awards for MIPS processors

MIPS-based 64bit products took two awards at Microprocessor Report's Analysts' Choice Awards dinner, held last Monday evening at the Embedded Processor Forum (EPF)

News from MIPS Technologies (3 May 2002)

Telecomms benchmarks put ARC on top

ARC International has released the results of the Embedded Microprocessor Benchmark Consortium (EEMBC) telecomms benchmark tests on its ARCtangent-A4 processor

News from ARC International (3 May 2002)

Glasauer engineers the future for ARC

Bernard Glasauer is the new senior vice president of engineering at ARC International

News from ARC International (2 May 2002)

AMD to develop 64bit MIPS-based devices

MIPS Technologies has licensed its MIPS64 instruction set architecture (ISA) to AMD

News from MIPS Technologies (1 May 2002)

Fulcrum joins the 32bit MIPS fan club

MIPS Technologies has licensed its 32bit MIPS instruction-set architecture (ISA) to Fulcrum Microsystems to develop chips for high-speed wire line communications applications

News from MIPS Technologies (1 May 2002)

Core optimised for use in multiprocessing SoCs

MIPS Technologies has developed a novel 32bit synthesisable core designed to optimise SoC designs implemented with multiple CPU cores

News from MIPS Technologies (30 April 2002)

Axys aids ARC development

ARC has licensed Axys Design's MaxCore and MaxSim Developer Suites to develop, package and distribute processor models for the new ARCtangent-A5 microprocessor

News from ARC International (30 April 2002)

Cautious optimism over ARC results

ARC International has announced results for the first quarter ended 31st March 2002

News from ARC International (26 April 2002)

Intrinsity to take MIPS to higher speeds

MIPS Technologies has licensed its industry-standard MIPS32 architecture to Intrinsity

News from MIPS Technologies (23 April 2002)

Pixim joins the MoSys 1T-SRAM fan club

Pixim has licensed MoSys' advanced 1T-SRAM memory technology for integration in its imaging products

News from MoSys (19 April 2002)

Philips to use 1T-SRAM in cellular infrastructure

MoSys has licensed its 1T-SRAM embedded memory technology to the semiconductor division of Philips

News from MoSys (19 April 2002)

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