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2011-06-16 Should Google join 'white-space' radio
Neul founders James Collier and Glenn Collinson intend to leverage on their Bluetooth success with their new tilt on "white-space' radio
2011-07-04 Neul's $12.8M fund to support M2M radio trials
Neul has raised $12.8 million from a venture capital syndicate, an amount that would support ongoing wireless data trials to assess the viability of the TV white-space spectrum for M2M communications.
2012-07-05 Toumaz acquires fabless DAB radio chip firm
Ultralow power wireless technologies pioneer Toumaz Ltd intends to raise about $46 million before expenses to put toward the purchase of Frontier through a placing of 285.6 million shares.
2003-03-12 Silicon Wave unveils Bluetooth radio processor
Silicon Wave has started sampling its single chip CMOS Bluetooth radio processor that is targeted for portable and cellphone apps
2006-01-06 Cambridge Consultants, picoChip partner in WiMAX design
Cambridge Consultants is supporting picoChip in developing software-defined radio reference designs for the mobile WiMAX market using the picoArray DSP device
2002-03-07 Zenocom to use CSR BlueCore for Bluetooth modules
South Korea-based WLAN and Bluetooth solutions company Zenocom, has selected CSR's single-chip Bluetooth solution named BlueCore for its latest Bluetooth Class 1 module called the BlueLink01.
2003-01-02 Wireless ICs call on integration
Makers of ICs for Bluetooth and 802.11, or Wi-Fi, WLAN connectivity are readying a new generation of chips for volume delivery in Q1 of 2003.
2002-02-27 Wireless Futures partners with CSR for development of Bluetooth modules
Wireless Futures has joined Cambridge Silicon Radio's module partner program, which aims to enable a fast and reliable route to Bluetooth integration.
2005-08-23 Voice quality gets clearer for Bluetooth headsets
Cambridge Silicon Radio announced that its Clear Voice Capture technology is now available to all customers in the BlueLab development system.
2003-06-20 USI SiP module achieves better RF efficiency
Universal Scientific Industrial Co. Ltd. has announced the SiP module that combines Agere Systems' Wi-Fi and Cambridge Silicon Radio's Bluetooth technology.
2003-09-11 USI SiP module achieves better RF efficiency
Universal Scientific Industrial Co. Ltd. has announced the availability of an SiP module that combines Agere's Wi-Fi and CSR's Bluetooth technology.
2003-01-02 USB dongle test compatibility between Windows XP, Bluetooth
Cambrige Silicon Radio has announced the availability of the NanoSira Reference Radio turnkey reference design of a USB dongle for testing the compatibility of a Bluetooth device with Windows XP
2001-04-01 Startup set to roll Bluetooth module-on-a-chip
A CMOS device said to pack nearly all the components needed to build a Bluetooth module has been launched by a year-old Silicon Valley startup
2004-09-16 Royalty-free XAP RISC processor moves to 32bits
Cambridge Consultants has recrafted its XAP RISC processor architecture to handle up to 32bit data
2004-02-11 O2 latest Smartphone adopts CSR Bluetooth
Cambridge Silicon Radio (CSR) has been chosen to Bluetooth enable O2's latest Smartphone.
2002-12-12 MiniPCI card combines Bluetooth, 802.11b protocols
CSR, Intersil Corp., and Smart Modular Tech have developed a miniPCI card that combines Bluetooth and 802.11b wireless protocols for portable devices.
2002-07-08 Fujitsu supplies Flash memory for CSR's Bluetooth solutions
Fujitsu Ltd has agreed to supply Flash memory to CSR for its Bluetooth requirements.
2003-10-14 CSR, TTPCom partner on Bluetooth designs
Cambridge Silicon Radio and TTP Communications plc have agreed to cooperate to produce fully integrated 2.5G and Bluetooth solutions for wireless makers.
2003-06-24 CSR, SeekerNet partner on Bluetooth monitoring system
Cambridge Silicon Radio and SeekerNet, a developer of wireless technologies, have collaborated to provide a Bluetooth based wireless tracking system.
2003-10-06 CSR, Linear Tech collaborate on Bluetooth components
Cambridge Silicon Radio (CSR) has signed Linear Technology Corp. to supply its battery charging technology for CSR Bluetooth applications.
2003-09-12 CSR, Cypress Bluetooth adapter suits USB peripherals
Cambridge Silicon Radio and Cypress Semiconductor have developed what they claim is the industry's first low-cost Bluetooth connectivity solution for off-the-shelf USB peripherals.
2003-07-09 CSR, Canon i-tech to offer Bluetooth solutions
Cambridge Silicon Radio and Canon i-tech, a Japan-based software production company, have agreed to jointly provide Bluetooth solutions to customers.
2003-06-25 CSR, Barcoda to Bluetooth-enable Microvision scanner
Cambridge Silicon Radio and Baracoda have signed an exclusive supply agreement with Microvision Inc. that will enable the latter to globally distribute a new Bluetooth-enabled bar code scanner.
2004-11-19 CSR Wi-Fi devices tailored for cellphones, MP3 players
CSR launched a range of true single-chip Wi-Fi devices that promises to deliver unparalleled size, power, performance and cost advantages to Wi-Fi product designers.
2003-12-05 CSR to Bluetooth-enable CC&C printer adapter
Cambridge Silicon Radio (CSR) announced that its BlueCore silicon has been selected by CC&C Technologies Inc.
2003-03-12 CSR supports CCL on-chip Bluetooth designs
Cambridge Silicon Radio has partnered with Cambridge Consultants Ltd in the first of a series of agreements designed to provide Bluetooth solutions for niche markets.
2004-01-12 CSR solution adopted in Navman GPS navigation system
The BlueCore Bluetooth silicon from CSR has been selected by Navman for its GPS 4400 in-vehicle system
2002-10-08 CSR receives $19M round financing
Cambridge Silicon Radio has secured $19 million of new funding following a successful private equity placement.
2003-10-24 CSR puts up design center in Taiwan
Cambridge Silicon Radio has opened a design center in Taiwan to support its customers in the development of Bluetooth products.
2003-08-13 CSR proxy firmware enhances Bluetooth-based devices
Cambridge Silicon Radio (CSR) has announced that it has added Human Interface Device (HID) proxy capabilities to BlueCore-based USB devices.
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