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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.
2007-02-20 Silicon Hive powers MagnaChip image sensors
Silicon Hive, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Koninklijke Philips Electronics NV, has agreed to supply its HiveFlex ISP 2200 processor to MagnaChip Semiconductor Ltd.
2007-11-15 Silicon Hive offers Full HD video signal processor core
Silicon Hive has started licensing the HiveFlex VSP 2500 video signal processor for Full HD video codecs
2005-08-08 Silicon Hive licenses processor to Agere
Silicon Hive today announced that it has licensed its Avispa processor to Agere Systems Inc. for use in future Agere semiconductor system-on-a-chip (SoC) products
2006-05-24 Korean WiMAX developer licenses Silicon Hive IP
South Korean developer of WiMAX products POSDATA has licensed IP from Silicon Hive for the design of a baseband chip that will be embedded in mobile WiMAX terminal chips
2011-02-24 Intel acquires multimedia DSP licensor
Intel's acquisition of Silicon Hive will equip its Atom process portfolio with enhanced still-imaging and multimedia video processor technology, compilers and software tools
2003-06-16 Reconfigurable computing driving new era for DSP
A new computing paradigm for DSP applications that retains the inherent programmability of a software-driven solution while also achieving the raw processing speed and low power consumption of a hardware solution is needed to support the DSP industry's growth.
2009-10-15 18Mpixel camera phone, anyone?
It won't be long before your camera phone will turn into a real camera with a real phone. But what will it take to make that happen? And will it affect alleven the most basic phones?
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