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What does IP stand for?
(1) Internet Protocol is a basic communication language or protocol widely used in the Internet or a private network. It is a data-oriented protocol used for communicating data across a packet-switched internetwork. (2) Intellectual Property. A product of the intellect that has commercial value, including copyrighted property (literary or artistic works) and ideational property (patents, appellations of origin, business methods and industrial processes).
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2009-02-25 Plug and Play IP goal remains "elusive" or is becoming tangible?
DesignCon's IP Selection panel essentially painted the view that plug and play IP remains 'elusive.' Here is my view that this goal is becoming tangible.
2003-12-16 PLLs, DLLs becoming reusable IP
PLLs and DLLs are becoming increasingly important in the SoC design and are gradually turning into IP that can actually be reused by ordinary mortals.
2005-08-03 PLD vendor releases open IP core soft MCU
In a move to drive user development of its new 8-bit soft microcontroller core, Lattice is offering an open IP core license that eliminates the boundaries found in free reference designs that restricts the use of IP.
2006-01-18 Piqua to monitor quality of IP-based services
TI announced Piqua, a system of IP quality management elements that aims to enable service providers to deliver a level of service quality to consumer and business subscribers moving to Internet and IP-based services.
2009-08-04 Physical IP libraries deliver energy-efficient MCUs
ARM is offering ultralow-power Physical IP libraries designed to drive the next generation of energy-efficient microcontroller devices.
2005-11-08 PHY, digital core IP combo integrates HDMI in SoCs
Silicon Image unveiled a HDMI digital IP receiver and transmitter core with a companion PHY chip for MPEG SoC designs.
2010-02-01 PHY IP solution eases HDMI 1.4 integration
Synopsys Inc. has launched the high-quality DesignWare HDMI 1.4 transmitter (Tx) and receiver (Rx) digital controllers and PHY IP solutions that are compliant to the standard specification.
2013-07-22 PHY IP platform supports JESD204B, CPRI and OBSAI
SBMULTR2T2812G SiIP PHY from Semtech is tuned to meet the performance of each standard through a programmable profile that sets a set of registers that control the operation of the PHY.
2008-05-02 PHY IP handles 5Gbit/s PCIe 2.0 PHY IP
Synopsys has rolled the DesignWare PHY IP for PCIe 2.0 (Gen II), based on the PCIe 2.0 base specification.
2012-02-17 PHY IP enables fast HDMI integration
The DesignWare HDMI 1.4 IP solution is fully compliant with both HDMI and high-bandwidth digital content protection specifications and has received certification from HDMI authorized testing centers.
2006-10-20 Phone systems offer full IP telephony, mobile functions
Oki Electric has released two new key telephone systems with full scale IP telephony and mobile functions.
2003-03-19 Philips' Silicon Hive to develop IP cores
Philips Research is spinning out a reconfigurable computing architecture it has kept under wraps since the early 1990s to an incubator company called Silicon Hive, which will develop and license synthesizable IP cores.
2007-04-30 Philips division spins off semiconductor IP supplier
The technology incubator division of Royal Philips Electronics has spun out Silicon Hive, a licensor of processor and related intellectual property.
2013-03-06 Peregrine to license UltraCMOS IP to Murata
Murata would be granted a license to design and manufacture RF switches and other switch-related components using Peregrine's technology and IP.
2005-09-01 Pentek beefs up GateFlow FPGA IP Library
Pentek announced an addition to its GateFlow FPGA IP Library that implements a 256-channel narrowband digital downconverter.
2015-06-24 PCIe IP with system-level data protection targets cloud apps
The DesignWare Controller IP for PCIe 4.0 supports multiple lanes/datapath widths for optimal configurations, as well as Native, ARM AMBA AXI-3 and AMBA AXI-4 interfaces for easy integration into SoCs.
2009-01-13 PCIe 2.0 IP supports 65nm node
Renesas Technology America Inc. has achieved certification of a new logical- and physical-layer intellectual property (IP) conforming to PCIe Base Specification rev 2.0 (PCIe 2.0).
2011-10-28 Partnership improves IP-based SoC assembly
Duolog teams up with Cadence to validate interoperability from early software development to prototyping.
2007-12-12 Partners provide Silicon Aware IP to China, Singapore, Taiwan
Virage Logic and MIC have entered a partnership agreement for the provision of Silicon Aware IP to China, Singapore and Taiwan.
2002-09-04 Parthus to reorganize IP product line
Parthus Technologies plans to streamline two product lines to improve the company's financial performance and enhance technology and market focus.
2002-04-10 Parthus to merge with DSPG IP licensing business
Parthus Technologies plc will soon be integrated with the DSP-IP licensing business of DSP Group Inc.
2004-02-06 Panel debates role of IP quality
A panel of IP vendor at DesignCon 2004 debated the question of IP quality - how it can be achieved and what it means to the industry.
2006-03-01 Overview: Distributed IP/Ethernet DSLAMs
There is a greater need for a cost effective distributed DSLAM architecture so that traffic-processing requirements are performed in the first mile.
2013-03-27 Overcome challenges in embedding TCP/IP (Part 1)
Here is an excerpt from uC/TCP-IP, the Embedded Protocol. In this instalment, we look at how to actually embed TCP/IP, and the common challenges as well as the solutions.
2009-04-27 OTP memory IP tailored for 65nm designs
Sidense has released its 1T-OTP one-time programmable (OTP) memory IP for customer designs at the 65nm process node.
2011-08-04 Orca launches smallest dual-mode Bluetooth RF, modem IP core
Orca's DRBT is a dual-mode Bluetooth RF and modem IP core that provides customers with reductions in silicon area, low power and good radio performance.
2003-11-03 Optimizing the RISC/DSP combo for voice over IP
Extensible architectures are a way to combine RISC and DSPs, but a poor implementation can negatively affect cost and execution speed.
2008-02-13 Open-IP consortium debates patent-brokering service
Participants in the first Open-IP.org consortium meeting debated whether a patent-brokering information service should be a generic database for multiple Web portals or whether the group should offer portal functions to help patent buyers and sellers.
2011-09-13 Open platform expedites IP publishing, integration
IC Manage has announced the inclusion of IP Central in the GDP-IP platform, which will allow rapid and efficient publishing and integration of internal and external IP as well as trace bug dependencies.
2005-08-12 OneNAND controller IP optimizes data flow in handsets
Denali Software and Samsung are working together to develop and deliver IP that will enable fast deployment of OneNAND interfaces for SoC designs.
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