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News Release from: Ignios
Edited by the Electronicstalk Editorial Team on 15 April 2005

Cool vendors set for business impact

Semiconductor IP provider Ignios has been included in the list of 'Cool Vendors' in the April 2005 'Cool vendors in semiconductors, 2005' report published by Gartner.

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Semiconductor IP provider Ignios has been included in the list of 'Cool Vendors' in the April 2005 'Cool vendors in semiconductors, 2005' report, published by Jim Tully, et al of Gartner. The latest Gartner report highlights six vendors considered to be 'coolest' in their areas of innovation. According to the Gartner report, cool vendors will have business impact.

Almost every significant SoC design start today contains multiple cores - including DSPs, microprocessors, hardware accelerators and other system resources.

Managing those resources poses a considerable problem from a system and software design perspective.

SystemWeaver provides a very efficient hardware solution to this software problem.

Although SystemWeaver offers the maximum payback when deployed in multicore chips containing higher numbers of computing resources, the benefits of flexibility and improved debugging capability can also be leveraged in traditional 'RISC plus DSP' multicore architectures.

'We believe the recognition by Gartner of the potential impact of our technology is further substantiation of our innovative solution for on-chip system management of multicore devices', stated Rick Clucas, Ignios CEO.

'Our opportunity to make a significant business impact is clear, due to the market potential for multicore solutions and the direct economic benefit that comes from deploying SystemWeaver'.

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