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IP core enables 2.5Gbit/s serial links

Cypress Semiconductor has brought its Programmable Serial Interface (PSI) family of programmable PHY devices into the InfiniBand marketplace with the introduction of an InfiniBand IP core.

News from Cypress Semiconductor, Jul 9, 2001

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MIPS warns of flat fourth quarter

MIPS Technologies has warned that fiscal fourth quarter revenue is expected to be below the company's previous expectations.

News from MIPS Technologies, Jul 5, 2001

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Acer takes Bluetooth from NewLogic

Acer Laboratories has signed an agreement to license NewLogic's Boost Radio and Boost Software products.

News from NewLogic, Jul 4, 2001

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Thales uses MIPS core for high-security ASICs

Thales Communications has taken a license from MIPS Technologies for the 32bit MIPS32 4Km processor core for low-power, high-performance security access devices.

News from MIPS Technologies, Jul 3, 2001

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Mosys goes public to raise over $51 million

Monolithic System Technology (MoSys) has announced the initial public offering of 5,000,000 shares of its common stock at a price of $10.00 per share.

News from MoSys, Jul 3, 2001

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System configures programmable IP for comms

QuickPack from QuickLogic is a novel "point and click" system for implementing complete key interface blocks within complex communications systems designs.

News from QuickLogic, Jul 2, 2001

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Bluetooth baseband processor available on FPGA

NewLogic today announced the immediate availability of its Boost Lite Bluetooth baseband processor core for use in Xilinx Virtex-II and Virtex-E FPGAs.

News from NewLogic, Jun 21, 2001

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AMI and ARM in two-way co-operation

AMI Semiconductor (AMIS) has entered into a licensing agreement with ARM, and is also to provide foundry services to ARM customers.

News from AMI Semiconductor, Jun 20, 2001

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Brecis uses MIPS core for broadband platform

MIPS Technologies has licensed its MIPS32 4Km synthesisable core to Brecis Communications.

News from MIPS Technologies, Jun 20, 2001

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Boosted performance for 32bit soft core

MIPS Technologies has launched its next generation 32bit, high-performance, low-power core, the MIPS32 4KE family.

News from MIPS Technologies, Jun 19, 2001

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Bluetooth technology to be taken up by Yamaha

Yamaha Corporation and NewLogic have announced a licensing deal which allows Yamaha to add Bluetooth functionality to its IC products, and to manufacture Bluetooth chips and chipsets

News from NewLogic, Jun 18, 2001

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PCI core migrates FPGA designs painlessly

Designers using high-density, advanced FPGAs with embedded PCI cores can now cost-effectively and easily transition to an ASIC for volume production.

News from AMI Semiconductor, Jun 14, 2001

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PowerPC cores available as IP for CPLDs

Cypress Semiconductor and Eureka Technology have announced the immediate availability of Eureka's suite of PowerPC IP cores for the Cypress Delta39K family of complex programmable logic devices.

News from Cypress Semiconductor, Jun 14, 2001

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64bit soft core has integral floating-point unit

In response to customer demand for a 64bit synthesisable processor core with floating point, MIPS Technologies has introduced the MIPS64 5Kf core.

News from MIPS Technologies, Jun 14, 2001

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Novel architecture mixes 16 and 32bit instructions

ARCompact is an innovative instruction set architecture (ISA) from ARC Cores that allows designers to mix 16 and 32bit instructions on its 32bit user-configurable processor.

News from ARC International, Jun 13, 2001

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Core embeds reconfigurable logic into SoCs

LSI Logic has announced the immediate availability of the LiquidLogic core, an embedded programmable logic technology that can be used in both ASIC and ASSP SoC designs.

News from LSI Logic Europe, Jun 13, 2001

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RF Micro Devices uses ARC core for Bluetooth

RF Micro Devices has licensed both configurable 32bit processor technology and a USB controller from ARC Cores for its new Bluetooth baseband controller.

News from ARC International, Jun 7, 2001

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NewLogic's Bluetooth faces the music with Yamaha

Yamaha Corp is to use NewLogic's Boost Core and Boost software IP products to add Bluetooth functionality to its IC products, and to manufacture Bluetooth chips and chipsets.

News from NewLogic, Jun 7, 2001

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Universal Serial Bus controller on an FPGA

Insight Electronics and inSilicon Corp have announced the availability of the Universal Serial Bus (USB) 1.1 device controller for Xilinx FPGAs.

News from inSilicon Corp, Jun 4, 2001

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Nintendo uses MoSys 1T-SRAM for latest console

Nintendo is to incorporate 27Mbyte of MoSys' high-performance, low-latency 1T-SRAM memory technology in the production of the Gamecube, its new generation video game console.

News from MoSys, May 25, 2001

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Low-power DSP cores deliver 100MIPS/mW

Bops has released a range of low-power-consumption DSP cores designed to extend battery life without giving up the high performance required by the next-generation of mobile devices.

News from Bops, May 24, 2001

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Intersil adds ARM core to PRISM development

Intersil has licensed the ARM946E microprocessor core for use in its Prism wireless LAN product line.

News from Intersil, May 24, 2001

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PCI core gets official seal of approval

In conjunction with IP 2001 Japan, Synopsys has announced the PCI Special Interest Group (PCI-SIG) certification of the DesignWare PCI-X MacroCell.

News from Synopsys, May 24, 2001

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ARC core drives MPEG-2 audio/video codec

Stream Machine's new SM2288 MPEG-2 audio/video codec chip uses ARC's configurable microprocessor core.

News from ARC International, May 11, 2001

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MIPS comes to Boston for East Coast support

MIPS Technologies has established an East Coast USA headquarters for sales and applications support in Boston.

News from MIPS Technologies, May 11, 2001

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