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Memory system boosts automotive camera reliability

The reality of cars that warn drivers of road hazards and track potentially dangerous behaviour of other nearby cars is closer than you think, thanks to MobilEye Vision Technologies.

News from Virage Logic, Feb 20, 2004

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Core powers up home networks

A revolutionary new chipset from Entropic Communications is based on the MIPS32 4KEm processor core.

News from MIPS Technologies, Feb 19, 2004

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Platforms optimised for Korean 0.13-micron line

Virage Logic's Technology-Optimized Platforms will shortly be available on the new 0.13-micron CMOS processes at DongbuAnam Semiconductor, the world's fourth-largest foundry.

News from Virage Logic, Feb 19, 2004

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CSR has cores to increase datarate

Cambridge Silicon Radio has licensed the ARM968E-S core for use in a range of wireless connectivity solutions.

News from ARM, Feb 12, 2004

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Cores suit under-bonnet FPGA applications

New local interconnect network (LIN) and controller area network (CAN) cores have been added to the library of IP supporting Actel's automotive- and industrial-temperature grade FPGA devices.

News from Actel Europe, Feb 11, 2004

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Core is central to Chinese SoC curriculum

The Beijing Embedded System Key Lab at the Beijing University of Technology, has joined the ARM University Programme and licensed the industry-leading ARM7TDMI core for SoC teaching and research.

News from ARM, Feb 11, 2004

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No rest for panellists in Paris

Virage Logic is taking an active role in panel discussions at this month's Design Automation and Test in Europe (DATE) conference in Paris.

News from Virage Logic, Feb 9, 2004

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Kawasaki adds cores to ASIC library

MIPS Technologies and Kawasaki Microelectronics have entered into an agreement that adds MIPS-Based proven cores to Kawasaki's ASIC intellectual property (IP) portfolio.

News from MIPS Technologies, Feb 4, 2004

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Samsung is sold on ARM 3D graphics

Samsung Electronics has licensed the PowerVR MBX 3D graphics solution from ARM for use in high-end mobile APs for smart phones and PDAs.

News from ARM, Feb 2, 2004

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French CEA investigates novel transform

RF Engines has recently leased a hardware/software demonstrator to one of the French Atomic Energy Commission Laboratories to evaluate the pipelined frequency transform hardware architecture.

News from RF Engines, Feb 2, 2004

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Seifert takes charge of finance

Virage Logic has appointed Mike Seifert to the post of Chief Financial Officer (CFO).

News from Virage Logic, Feb 2, 2004

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Agilent signs for single-transistor SRAM IP

Agilent Technologies has licensed MoSys' 1T-SRAM embedded memory technology.

News from MoSys, Jan 30, 2004

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Acquisition to speed 32bit MCU moves

ARM has entered into an agreement to acquire Triscend Corp, a pioneer and leader in configurable system-on-chip devices and customisable microcontrollers.

News from ARM, Jan 29, 2004

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Library access programme speeds design tools

ARM has founded its RealView Model Library Access Programme with Prosilog and Emulation and Verification Engineering (EVE) as inaugural members.

News from ARM, Jan 28, 2004

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ASIC platforms aim for comms and storage devices

LSI Logic has expanded its application driven RapidChip Xtreme family of prebuilt slices and associated IP with two new devices for communications and storage applications.

News from LSI Logic Europe, Jan 28, 2004

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Transceiver core boasts 6.4Gbit/s throughput

A new 6.4Gbit/s Gflx (0.11-micron) HyperPHY transceiver core will help designers seeking to increase the performance and density of high-speed datacomms, telecomms and storage systems.

News from LSI Logic Europe, Jan 27, 2004

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Lantronix embeds 1T-SRAM

Lantronix has begun producing chips containing MoSys' 1T-SRAM embedded memory technology.

News from MoSys, Jan 27, 2004

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ZigBee set for widespread adoption

The low-cost and low-power attributes of the ZigBee radio standard will vastly increase the wireless market, and 2004 will be the critical design-in year, predicts Cambridge Consultants.

News from Cambridge Consultants, Jan 26, 2004

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Sanyo is sold on 1T-SRAM

MoSys has licensed its 1T-SRAM embedded memory technology to Sanyo Electric for use in its consumer product SoC designs.

News from MoSys, Jan 23, 2004

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Low-jitter hard macro wins key timing spot

Parama Networks has implemented a True Circuits clock generator PLL as the primary clocking macro in its new ADM-on-a-Chip, fabricated in UMC's 130nm process technology.

News from True Circuits, Jan 23, 2004

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Virage's positive Q1 includes record royalties

Virage Logic has reported its financial results for the first quarter of fiscal 2004 ended 31st December 2003.

News from Virage Logic, Jan 23, 2004

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WIS Technologies joins MIPS fan club

WIS Technologies is to incorporate a 32bit core from MIPS Technologies in its future product line of products for the high-growth digital consumer marketplace.

News from MIPS Technologies, Jan 19, 2004

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Core is pressed to novel automotive applications

MobilEye, a leading developer of vision-based-intelligent transportation systems designed to enhance driver comfort, is using the ARM946E-S microprocessor core in its customisable SoCs.

News from ARM, Jan 15, 2004

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Strong showing for customers at CES

This year's Consumer Electronics Show has again seen significant announcements by MIPS Technologies' customers.

News from MIPS Technologies, Jan 14, 2004

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System demonstrates reconfigurable advantages

Elixent has combined with Italy-based Accent to successfully develop a demonstration system for D-Fabrix, its reconfigurable algorithm processing technology.

News from Elixent, Jan 7, 2004

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