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Taiwan's Faraday selects ARM for next-gen CPU designs

Posted: 05 Feb 2007 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:microprocessor? CPU? Faraday? ARM?

Taiwan-based Faraday Technology Corp. and ARM announced that Faraday has licensed the ARM926EJ-S microprocessor and the ARMv5TEJ instruction set for its next-generation CPU for embedded, networking and multimedia applications.

According to the press release, the latest agreement expands Faraday's portfolio of ARM architecture solutions and services, which helps its customers, ranging from small- and medium-sized startups to large international IC and system design houses, to accelerate time-to-market.

"In recent years, we have seen a significant increase in demand for ARM Powered designs, as ARM has emerged as the architecture of choice in the embedded world. Most importantly, ARM provides us with the flexibility we need to deliver customized solutions to meet unique customer requirements," said H.P. Lin, president, at Faraday.

"Competitive differentiation and time-to-market are more critical than ever, and Faraday is opening new opportunities for innovation and speeding implementation for a broad range of companies throughout the semiconductor design chain," said Tudor Brown, chief operating officer, ARM.

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