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2007-07-23 Cypress touts 'most' flexible touchscreen controller
Cypress Semiconductor Corp. claims to have delveloped the industry's most flexible touchscreen controller solution, addressing a growing trend toward touchscreen technology in products from mobile handsets to white goods.
2004-01-05 Cypress tool simplifies USB 2.0 development
Cypress Semiconductor Corp. has unveiled a suite of software tools designed to simplify the development of USB 2.0 peripherals.
2007-03-02 Cypress tool adds capacitive sensing support
Cypress Semiconductor's PSoC Express version 2.2 development tool has added support for the company's CapSense capacitive sensing solution and WirelessUSB LP 2.4GHz wireless radio-on-a-chip.
2006-01-25 Cypress to use Torex's step-up DC/DC converters
Torex will offer a family of step-up DC/DC converters optimized for operation with Cypress' WirelessUSB 2.4GHz radio SoC and microcontrollers for human interface devices.
2002-10-17 Cypress to use Tensilica processor on comm products
Cypress Semiconductor Corp. has licensed Tensilica Inc.'s Xtensa processor to be used as the base product development platform for several of Cypress' future USB and wireless products.
2007-02-02 Cypress to sell SVTC biz for $53M
Cypress Semiconductor Corp. will sell its R&D arm Silicon Valley Technology Center to private equity firms Oak Hill Capital Partners and Tallwood Venture Capital.
2005-02-17 Cypress to sell MRAM subsidiary
Cypress Semiconductor Corp. has revealed its plans to divest Silicon Magnetic Systems (SMS), a subsidiary company founded to commercialize magnetic random access memories (MRAMs).
2007-12-21 Cypress to let go of Texas fab
Cypress plans to transfer production in its Fab 2 semiconductor manufacturing facility in Round Rock, Texas by late 2008 to its more cost-competitive Minnesota fab and outside foundries.
2007-03-06 Cypress to keep U.S. 200mm fab
Cypress Semiconductor clarifies its current position on its fab strategy, saying it continues to invest in a 200mm fab in Minnesota, United States, while "exploring options" for an older 150mm fab in Texas, also in the United States.
2006-09-28 Cypress to hold free seminars on PSoC Express software
Cypress will present seminars for designers interested to learn its PSoC Express code-free, visual development software. The seminars will be held in China, Japan, India, Taiwan and South Korea.
2004-09-28 Cypress to expand design center in India
Cypress Semiconductor Corp. announced Thursday (Sept. 23) a $2 million plan to expand its year-old semiconductor design center in Hyderabad, India.
2006-12-29 Cypress to build 'solar' fab in India
Cypress Semiconductor is discussing plans with the government of Andhra Pradesh in southern India to set up a solar "fab center" that would produce solar cells and wafers.
2002-01-10 Cypress to acquire startup Silicon Packets
Cypress Semiconductor Corp. has announced plans to acquire Silicon Packets Inc., a privately held developer of framer chips for 10Gbps Ethernet.
2005-04-11 Cypress teams with MontaVista to offer networking systems
Cypress Semiconductor Corp. has partnered with MontaVista Software to provide networking system software designers with a complete solution for routing table management.
2004-07-19 Cypress teams up with Agilent for reference design kit
Cypress' WirelessUSB LS Keyboard/Mouse Reference Design Kit enables manufacturers of PC HIDs to quickly go to market with a 2.4GHz WirelessUSB-based design.
2007-02-27 Cypress taps UMC for SRAM, flash production
For the first time, Cypress Semiconductor Corp. will use an external foundry to manufacture its next-generation SRAM products.
2002-02-27 Cypress taps ProMOS for 1T SRAM technology
Cypress Semiconductor Corp. and ProMOS Technology Inc. will codevelop pseudostatic RAMs based on a single-transistor cell for use in cell phones and other mobile applications.
2004-08-09 Cypress takes over Belgium image sensor maker
Cypress Semiconductor Corp. has closed its acquisition of FillFactory NV, a Belgium-based provider of active pixel CMOS image sensor technology.
2004-10-29 Cypress SVTC sets up 200mm, 300mm lithography tool
Silicon Valley Technology Center (SVTC), a division of Cypress Semiconductor Corp., has installed a 200mm and 300mm wafer photolithography tool from ASML, and is now offering 65nm silicon processing capabilities to third-party companies.
2005-02-09 Cypress SVTC delivers 300mm wafers using 65nm process tech
Silicon Valley Technology Center (SVTC), a division of Cypress Semiconductor Corp. has disclosed the delivery of its first 300mm wafers.
2005-05-27 Cypress supports Lenovo launch of keyboards, mice
Cypress Semiconductor Corp. announced that its WirelessUSB radio system-on-a-chip will now be shipped in keyboards and mice manufactured by Lenovo.
2004-12-23 Cypress subsidiary's PSoC mixed-signal array in production volume
Cypress MicroSystems announced production shipments of its smallest and most highly integrated Programmable System-on-Chip mixed-signal array.
2005-06-17 Cypress subsidiary unveils enhanced solar electric panels
SunPower announced a new line of higher efficiency solar electric panels that promises higher power density than its current solar panels.
2005-02-17 Cypress subsidiary unveils 3 development kits for PSoC devices
Cypress MicroSystems introduced three development kits for its Programmable System-on-Chip mixed-signal array devices.
2005-10-10 Cypress subsidiary debuts two high-efficiency inverters
SunPower Corp., a subsidiary of Cypress Semiconductor Corp., introduced two new high-efficiency inverters at last week's Solar Power 2005 show in Washington, D.C.
2006-03-24 Cypress streamlines on Synopsys' Galaxy Design Platform
Synopsys announced that Cypress has signed a multiyear agreement to consolidate its digital IC design flows and methodologies using Synopsys' Galaxy Design Platform.
2004-04-22 Cypress SSCG replaces two-chip solutions
Cypress Semiconductor has announced volume production of its programmable spread-spectrum clock generator.
2004-03-24 Cypress SRAMs have increased system-level bandwidth
Cypress Semiconductor has announced that it has begun sampling a new family of 72Mb Quad Data Rate-II and Double Data Rate-II devices.
2006-10-13 Cypress spins out PC clock biz
Cypress Semiconductor has spun out the assets and intellectual property of its PC clock business to a new entity called Spectra Linear.
2006-07-24 Cypress solutions allow programming of popular frequencies
Cypress Semiconductor has introduced a clock chip and self-service programming kit that together promise to enable programming of commonly used frequencies.
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