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2002-05-13 Cypress search engine can reach 100MSa/s
A network search engine from Cypress Semiconductor Corp. hits 100MSa/s and handles 256,000 entries.
2002-06-28 Cypress samples SiGe SONET/SDH serdes
Cypress Semiconductor's CYS25G0102DX OC-48/STM-16 serdes is designed for use in OC-48/STM-16 switches, routers, DWDM systems and add/drop MUXs.
2005-02-02 Cypress samples seven customers with magnetic RAM
Silicon Magnetic Systems, a subsidiary of Cypress Semiconductor Corp. has shipped so-called &quote;alpha&quote; samples of a 256kbit magnetic random access memory (MRAM) device to customers, and in at least two cases the memory is up and running in systems.
2005-02-01 Cypress samples seven customers with magnetic RAM
Silicon Magnetic Systems shipped so-called "alpha" samples of a 256Kb MRAM device to customers.
2006-04-05 Cypress samples QDRII+, DDRII+ SRAM devices
Cypress Semiconductor announced it has begun sampling the industry's first Quad Data Rate II+ and Double Data Rate II+ SRAM devices.
2002-08-06 Cypress samples fastest 16Mb asynchronous SRAMs
Cypress Semiconductor Corp. has begun sampling its 16Mb asynchronous SRAMs manufactured using the company's 0.155m RAM7 process technology, enabling speed of up to 8ns.
2003-03-07 Cypress samples channelized GFP SONET/SDH framer
The company is sampling the POSIC2G framer, which is touted to be the industry's first 2.5Gbps channelized SONET/SDH framer with generic framing.
2004-12-28 Cypress rolls out USB RDK for embedded apps
Cypress announced general availability of its USB host mass storage reference design kit for embedded apps
2004-06-21 Cypress rolls out fast PLL clock drivers for DIMMs
Cypress Semiconductor disclosed that it is now sampling one of the industry's fastest PLL clock drivers for registered DIMMs.
2009-04-20 Cypress rolls low-power, fast asynchronous SRAMs
Cypress Semiconductor Corp. has added three new devices in its SRAM portfolio: The 64Mbit MoBL (More Battery Life) SRAM, claimed to be dot be the highest-density low-power SRAM and the 3- and 6Mbit fast asynchronous SRAMs for wireless and networking applications.
2003-01-23 Cypress rolls low-cost USB 2.0 transceiver
Cypress Semiconductor Corp. has announced the availability of the EX-USB TX2 USB 2.0 transceiver FOR $1 in volumes of 100,000 units.
2005-09-21 Cypress rolls firmware-programmable USB 2.0 NAND controller
The EZ-USB NX2LP-Flex USB controller from Cypress Semiconductor is touted to be the industry's first firmware-programmable USB2.0 high speed NAND flash controller.
2015-06-05 Cypress rolls BLE remote control, touch mouse RDKs
The CY5672 PRoC BLE Remote Control RDK and CY5682 PRoC BLE Touch Mouse RDK from Cypress claim to provide feature-rich, production-ready implementations with prolonged battery life
2005-02-18 Cypress rolls algorithmic search engine
Cypress started sampling its Sahasra 50000 algorithmic search engine, which is aimed at forwarding applications in networking equipment designs
2002-11-05 Cypress RFIC connects 7 HIDs up to 10m
Cypress Semiconductor's CY694X series of Wireless USB devices can connect as many as seven HIDs that are 10m apart.
2002-05-31 Cypress releases USB host controller driver for Linux
Cypress Semiconductor Corp.'s Linux USB host driver integrates the company's SL811HS embedded host/peripheral controller into the Linux USB host stack, providing Linux developers the ability to add USB host functionality to embedded system apps.
2004-03-16 Cypress releases RDK for Ayama 10000 NSEs
Cypress has launched a reference design kit to provide system companies with a suite of tools to assist in the design-in of its Ayama 10000 NSEs
2003-11-28 Cypress Release 4.0, development kit support SVF
Cypress Semiconductor has launched the Release 4.0 of its In-System Reprogrammable software for CPLDs.
2007-02-26 Cypress reference kit eases wireless HID designs
Cypress Semiconductor has introduced a reference design kit that promises to simplify the design of wireless mice, keyboards and dongles.
2003-10-06 Cypress reference design kit delivers 24MBps
Cypress Semiconductor has unveiled a high-performance reference design kit targeting streaming video and isochronous USB apps.
2004-11-04 Cypress receives electronics design award for innovation
Cypress Semiconductor Corp. disclosed that it's WirelessUSB 2.4GHz wireless interconnect solution has received the IML Group's "Electronics Industry Design Award for Innovation" 2004.
2004-06-14 Cypress readies for 3G evolution with OBSAI membership
Cypress Semiconductor Corp. announced that it has become a supporting member of the Open Base Station Architecture Initiative (OBSAI), an organization formed to create open specifications for base-station architectures.
2004-11-05 Cypress qualifies PSoC mixed-signal array for automotive apps
Cypress Semiconductor Corp. announced that its CY8C24xxx and CY8C27xxx families of Programmable System-on-Chip (PSoC) mixed-signal arrays have met the standards of the Automotive Electronics Council (AEC) for automotive applications operating up to 125C. AEC is composed of automotive manufacturers.
2005-08-25 Cypress qualifies PSoC mixed-signal array at fab 4
Cypress Semiconductor Corp. has qualified production of its programmable system-on-chip (PSoC) mixed-signal array technology in the company's high-volume fab 4 production facility in Bloomington, Minnesota.
2003-06-23 Cypress puts up second design center in India
Cypress Semiconductor Corp. has established a chip design center in Hyderabad, India.
2004-07-15 Cypress PSoCs used in private manned space flight
Cypress MicroSystems Inc., a subsidiary of Cypress Semiconductor Corp. has announced that its programmable system-on-chip (PSoC) device is embedded into the Dynon Avionics' EFIS-D10 Electronic Flight Information System that was used aboard the first private manned space flight.
2005-04-28 Cypress PSoC selected by LSI Logic for software development kit
Cypress Semiconductor Corp. announced that LSI Logic is offering a Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) software development kit (SDK) based on Cypress's Programmable System-on-Chip (PSoC) mixed-signal array devices and programming software.
2004-10-22 Cypress provides common control-plane API
Cypress announced the production release of its Cynapse Software Platform, providing networking vendors with a common control-plane API
2005-12-09 Cypress PRoC flies high in radio-controlled planes, helicopters
Cypress announced that Horizon Hobby has selected its Programmable Radio-on-a-Chip device for the Spektrum DX6 system, which is used in radio-controlled planes and helicopters
2008-10-29 Cypress positions CyFi for embedded apps
Cypress bills CyFi as a solution for low-power wireless sensor networks and human-to-machine interfaces
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