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Fudan University licenses ARM7TDMI processor

Posted: 07 Jul 2005 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

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China's Fudan University and ARM have revealed that the State Key Laboratory of ASIC & System licensed the ARM7TDMI processor through the ARM foundry program. The State Key Laboratory of ASIC & System of ASIC and system will implement ARM technology in its advanced SoC designs for research and training purposes.

Chinese fabless companies continue to grow at a tremendous rate; however, the market still faces a shortage of talented designers and developers. By licensing ARM technology, China's only State Key Laboratory of ASIC & System in Fudan University will help increase the number of capable, local designers and developers by providing them with training through ARM technology-based SoC design and research projects using ARM solutions. The laboratory has trained many IC designers and developers in China during the last decade.

"The ARM architecture is widely recognized as the ideal solution to deliver high-performance, low-cost and power-efficient embedded SoC design systems," said professor Zhiliang Hong, deputy director of State Key Laboratory of ASIC & System, director of IC Design Laboratory, Fudan University. "The agreement will enable us to develop our research and training programs using the popular ARM7TDMI processor, which is among the most widely used in today's SoC design environment," added Hong.

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