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2005-05-05 TI adopts Cypress USB controller for portable music player
Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) has selected Cypress Semiconductor Corp.'s EZ-USB FX2LP and EZ-OTG.
2005-12-01 Pocket-sized DVB-T receiver targets PCs
Micronas announced the immediate availability of MicStickD, a production-ready reference design which enables watching and controlling live DVB-T broadcasts on any USB 2.0-equipped desktop and notebook PC.
2005-10-17 Cypress' USB 2.0 programmable MCU measures 5-by-5mm
Cypress Semiconductor unveiled what it touts as the world's smallest high-speed USB 2.0 programmable microcontroller.
2004-09-21 Cypress USB controller earns USB-IF certification
The latest EZ-USB FX2LP low power, programmable USB 2.0 controller from Cypress has been certified by the USB Implementers Forum.
2004-07-21 Cypress controller IC slashes power consumption in half
Cypress announced that it has begun sampling the industry's smallest, most power-efficient, high-speed USB 2.0 controller.
2007-12-10 Video-over-USB ref designs accelerate H.264 encoding
The Crusher and Crusher-Capture reference designs use Cypress's EZ-USB FX2LP USB controller and Mobilygen's MG1264 H.264 CODEC to accelerate the H.264 video encoding process up to 5x faster than real-time.
2006-10-05 Ref design adds biometric security to portable HDDs
Cypress Semiconductor Corp. and Symwave Inc. have jointly introduced a reference design for adding biometric security to external HDDs using fingerprint recognition technology.
2006-02-03 Easily add biometric security to your HDDs
Cypress and AuthenTec jointly introduced a reference design for adding biometric security to external hard disk drives using fingerprint recognition technology.
2008-08-13 Cypress builds joint design facility with India college
Cypress University Alliance is partnering with Nuva College of Engineering and Technology in Nagpur, India to establish a next-generation academic design facility.
2006-10-23 Biometric security ref design targets external HDDs
Cypress Semiconductor and UPEK jointly introduced a biometric security reference design for fingerprint recognition technology to protect data on external HDDs.
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