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2004-06-02 Motorola brings convergence to mobile devices
With cost, time-to-market and size becoming more important in mobile devices, Motorola believes its MXC hardware and software platform is just the right answer.
2005-10-18 Debugging tools reach out to latest processors
Macraigor Systems LLC extended the reach of OCDemon, its proprietary on-chip debugging technology, to include ARM Ltd's ARM1136, Freescale Semiconductor's i.MX31, and Intel's 81342 Dual XScale processors.
2005-03-18 TI, Imagination offer breakthrough performance for gaming, graphics
Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) and Imagination Technologies have collaborated to develop a targeted ecosystem leveraging the power of TI's OMAP 2 platform and Imagination's PowerVR MBX graphics accelerator.
2008-09-12 TI OMAP: ARMed and ready
After nearly two years Texas Instruments Inc. has introduced the OMAP3530, the next evolution of its OMAP family of mobile application processors, which includes the OMAP2420, used in a number of mobile consumer applications including the Nokia N93 and N95.
2006-12-13 TI OMAP2 platform powers new NEC FOMA 3G phone
Texas Instruments announced that its OMAP2 platform has been selected to provide multimedia functionality for one of NTT DoCoMo's newest FOMA 3G handsets, the FOMA N903i from NEC.
2006-08-16 Mindspeed rolls video processor IC, DSP cluster
Mindspeed Technologies Inc. simultaneously launched a seventh generation of its Comcerto VoIP processor and a software suite that includes protocols for 3GPP and IP Multimedia Subsystems.
2004-07-13 LSI Logic processor core runs at 425MHz
Immediately available for cell-based ASIC apps, the new member of LSI Logic's portfolio of processor cores in Gflx 0.11?m technology runs at 425MHz.
2002-10-17 LSI licenses ARM's latest cores
LSI Logic Corp. has licensed the ARM's latest ARM1136J-S core and the ARM1136JF-S core for use on its SoC designs for the communications, consumer, and storage markets.
2005-05-02 Initiative brings low power to mainstream design
Suppliers say collaboration is the best way to make low-power design accessible to mainstream IC designers.
2006-02-10 Freescale, Nokia ready 3G phone ref design
Freescale has joined forces with Nokia and Symbian to offer later this year a 3G handset reference design. It will run Nokia's S60 software on Symbian OS, using Freescale's single core modem.
2005-03-24 Four industry players team up to address power issue
Members of the Silicon Design Chain Initiative announced silicon-validated, low-power design techniques that promise to achieve power savings of over 40 percent on a 90nm test design.
2003-10-20 Additional ARM cores licensed by Motorola
ARM Ltd and Motorola Inc.'s Semiconductor Products Sector have extended their strategic partnership with a new licensing agreement.
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