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Product category: Intellectual Property Cores
News Release from: ARC International
Edited by the Electronicstalk Editorial Team on 19 April 2001

CellGuide to use ARC core in wireless
devices

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CellGuide, an Israel-based fabless communications semiconductor company, is to use ARC's user-configurable 32bit processor core in its devices for the wireless location market.

CellGuide, an Israel-based fabless communications semiconductor company, is to use ARC's user-configurable 32bit processor core in its devices for the high-growth wireless location market "The ability to provide accurate and reliable location information of wireless devices such as cellular phones, pagers and PDAs is likely to enable new and compelling commercial services based on location-sensitive information such as intelligent Internet applications, geo-based billing and automobile location-related services", said Joseph Nir, CEO of CellGuide