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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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2005-11-07 Renesas to license SMSC's IP for digital content
SMSC and Renesas Technology Corp. have reached a licensing agreement enabling Renesas to incorporate SMSC technology providing Digital Transmission Content Protection (DTCP) for DVD audio and video, including copy-protected DVDs.
2005-07-06 Reference design offers TCP/IP connectivity on FPGA platform
Altera has teamed up with InterNiche and MorethanIP to provide embedded designers with a networking reference design for its Nios II embedded processor.
2007-09-13 Ref design rolls for multichannel video-over-IP, IPTV
Xilinx and MBITL teamed up to develop a reference design for video-over-IP and IPTV aimed at video-based solutions including broadcast, video conferencing, surveillance, wired and wireless IPTV.
2003-09-01 Recycle RTL testbenches to verify IP models
Future work in the area of reusing RTL testbenches to verify TLM blocks will focus on fully automating the process, including automatic fault checking.
2007-07-23 Reconfigurable logic IP rolls for 65nm, 45nm nodes
Lightspeed Logic tips a new generation of its Reconfigurable Logic IP for the 65nm and 45nm process nodes.
2002-03-07 Reality hampers vision of interoperable IP cores
Although the worldwide market for semiconductor IP is growing 20 percent a year, the electronics industry's efforts to establish open IP trading have been hindered by instability and self-recrimination, according to panelists at the Design Automation and Test in Europe conference.
2005-01-03 Reality check for configurable IP blocks
Configuring IP subsystems in Bluetooth within existing architectures can now be overcome through a more holistic approach.
2013-06-20 Rambus settles with ST, signs IP deal
Agreement covers FDSOI design, security, memory and interface technologies and settles all outstanding claims.
2004-05-12 Rambus offers interface IP for DDR, DDR2 DRAMs
Rambus for the first time is offering interface intellectual property for industry-standard double-data-rate, DDR2 and XDR DRAMs.
2010-06-01 Rambus buys Uni-Pixel backlighting IP for $2.25M
Rambus has acquired a portion of Uni-Pixel's intellectual property (IP) portfolio relating to dynamic backlighting, field sequential color displays, and Time Multiplexed Optical Shutter display technology.
2005-04-25 Rambus acquires digital IP cores from design services firm
Rambus Inc. has acquired digital core intellectual property (IP) assets from GDA Technologies. Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
2006-09-06 RadiSys completes acquisition of IP media company
RadiSys Corp., a provider of advanced embedded systems, announced the successful acquisition of Convedia Corp., a developer of IP media processing technologies and IP media server products.
2010-11-10 Quickpath IP gets into Achronix FPGAs
Intel's Quickpath IP core for processor communications will be integrated into FPGAs from Achronix that will be manufactured by Intel.
2005-01-26 QuickLogic, Renesas collaborate on 802.11 IP phone reference
Programmable logic developer QuickLogic has inked a development pact with Renesas Technology, under which the companies will develop an IP reference design for 802.11b/g wireless LAN (WLAN) networks.
2003-12-03 QuickLogic purchases IP cores from Quest Innovations
QuickLogic Corp. has acquired a number of IP modules from Netherlands-based Quest Innovations B.V.
2002-04-22 QuickLogic presents IP Web solution at IIC-China
QuickLogic Inc. proposed a new WebESP solution, at the 7th annual International IC ? IC Conference and Exhibition (IIC-China), to provide users with major IPs.
2004-06-01 QuickLogic delivers encryption IP core
QuickLogic announced the availability of the AES 128 IP core for higher security of sensitive data streams running over wireless and public networks.
2002-09-20 QuickLogic adopts Virage embedded memory IP
QuickLogic has licensed Virage Logic Corp.'s Area, Speed and Power High-Speed embedded SRAM memory on Tower Semiconductor's 0.185m logic process, for its Embedded Standard Products.
2006-02-16 Quality metric upgrade may ease IP selection
Selecting silicon IP may get a little easier, as the VSI Alliance has released its QIP Metric 2.0 for free.
2013-02-26 PtP microwave modem IP geared for backhaul apps
The 1024QAM from Xilinx claims to deliver the features that OEMs need to speed up development of wireless solutions that use up 30 per cent less power and can cut BOM cost by 30 per cent.
2013-12-18 Prototyping family optimized for IP, subsystems
Synopsys' FPGA-based HAPS Developer eXpress includes customized synthesis and debug software to speed prototype bring-up and streamline the transition from individual IP blocks to full SoC validation.
2015-10-21 Protect IP, business model with software licence management
As the value of devices continues to shift from physical components towards software running the device, the need to protect and flexibly control that software is becoming paramount. Here's a primer on software licence management.
2007-08-06 Prospects dim for semiconductor IP sector
The semiconductor IP sector is turning out to be non-profit business, with most IP vendors losing money in this arena.
2007-09-18 Proposed organization to give voice to IP community
A proposal is circulating to form a new and independent organization which will give the semiconductor IP community a new and much-needed voice in the arena.
2002-10-16 Processor task segregation conquers Voice over IP
To optimize the transmission of voice traffic over VoIP, packet processing should be relegated to NPUs and not on DSPs.
2010-10-27 Potential seen for cable STBs as IP carrier
In-Stat report states that cable STBs are underutilized as carrier of IPTV signals and IP services
2014-05-07 Porting TCP/IP stack to embedded IoT devices
It is a common misconception that since a communication protocol stack is called a TCP/IP stack, porting it to an embedded target provides the device with all TCP/IP functionalities and performance.
2006-09-21 PoE tools enable full remote power to IP security cams
Phihong's Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) package, comprising the POE20U midspan and the PSD14 splitter, offers a complete remote power solution for IP security cameras.
2006-09-28 PoE controller suits IP surveillance cameras, phones
TI said its 26W PD controller for PoE applications is the first for the next wave of higher-powered systems such as IP surveillance cameras and phones.
2005-02-24 PMC-Sierra readies IP DSLAM chip for triple play
PMC-Sierra started sampling an ATM-to-Ethernet interworking device for IP DSLAMs that it says will help accelerate the deployment of equipment capable of offering triple play services.
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