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2007-05-17 Cypress exits PSRAM, sells biz to Taiwan's ESMT
Exiting the PSRAM market, Cypress Semiconductor is selling off the business to Taiwan's Elite Semiconductor Memory Technology Inc. for an undisclosed amount
2004-09-10 Cypress establishes Asian operations in Hong Kong
Cypress Semiconductor Corp. has opened an Asian business operations center in Hong Kong SAR.
2004-11-08 Cypress dual-port RAMs in 'world's smallest package'
Cypress added five new products to its FLEx18 family of dual-port RAMs, which are housed in what the company claims as the world's smallest package.
2003-12-23 Cypress DP RAM supports up to 19.2Gbps rate
Cypress Semiconductor Corp. has announced that it has reached volume production of its high-density and high-bandwidth dual-port (DP) RAM.
2003-08-11 Cypress DP RAM enables 19.2Gbps bandwidth
Cypress Semiconductor has announced the availability of the FLEx72, a 18Mb DP RAM that provides two times the density of comparable devices in the market.
2003-08-06 Cypress doubles dual-port memory density to 18Mb
Saying that system design activity has perked up, Cypress Semiconductor will introduce what it calls the first 18Mb dual-port memory.
2003-09-09 Cypress divests portion of stake in NVE
Cypress Semiconductor has sold a portion of its investment in NVE Corp, a developer of spintronics technology.
2007-01-29 Cypress dismisses buyout proposal
Chapman Capital announced that it has been contacted by the chairman of Cypress Semiconductor in response to the investment firm's demands that the chip maker should seek a leverage buyout.
2006-08-24 Cypress devt tool eases embedded design
Cypress Semiconductor has introduced Version 2.1 of PSoC Express, its development tool for PSoC mixed-signal arrays, which promises to simplify embedded design.
2003-08-13 Cypress delivers low-cost radio SoC device
Cypress Semiconductor Corp. has begun sampling WirelessUSB, a low cost LS 2.4GHz radio system-on-a-chip (SoC).
2014-05-19 Cypress debuts asynchronous SRAMs with on-chip ECC
The Cypress 16Mb asynchronous SRAMs ensure data reliability in a variety of industrial, military, communication, data processing, medical, consumer and automotive applications.
2015-05-01 Cypress debuts 4Mb ferroelectric RAMs
Aimed at mission-critical apps, the F-RAMs tout a 40Mhz serial peripheral interface (SPI), a 2V to 3.6V operating voltage range and are available in industry-standard, RoHS-compliant package options.
2012-08-29 Cypress courts Ramtron once more
Cypress is back at the negotiation table with Ramtron offering to buy the FRAM supplier for $100 million.
2004-07-21 Cypress controller IC slashes power consumption in half
Cypress announced that it has begun sampling the industry's smallest, most power-efficient, high-speed USB 2.0 controller.
2007-03-12 Cypress completes sale of Silicon Valley R&D fab
Cypress Semiconductor Corp. announced that it has completed the sale of its Silicon Valley Technology Center, which has been established as an independent company.
2004-01-06 Cypress completes purchase of Cascade Semi
Cypress Semiconductor Corp. has completed the acquisition of Cascade Semiconductor Corp.
2003-06-24 Cypress clock, data drivers operate to 1.5GHz
The company has announced the availability of its FastEdge family of high-performance clock and data drivers that operate to more than 1.5GHz.
2003-09-25 Cypress clock generators reduce EMI
Cypress Semiconductor Corp. has introduced what it claims is the industry's first field-programmable spread-spectrum clock generators.
2004-03-05 Cypress clock generator provides more flexibility
Cypress Semiconductor is sampling its second-generation, high-performance family of MPEG clock generators.
2002-12-16 Cypress chip tackles Bluetooth, lowers latencies
Designed to go against more established technologies such as Bluetooth, Cypress releases the CY694X WirelessUSB chip for wireless keyboard and mouse applications.
2006-02-01 Cypress chief on the art of reinvention
T.J. Rodgers is placing the company's bets in other areas so that it won't end up with all its eggs in one basket.
2002-08-23 Cypress burst SRAM eyes OC-48 networks
Cypress Semiconductor Corp. has announced that it is sampling its 72Mb No Bus Latency burst SRAMs for use in networking applications operating at OC-48 speeds and above.
2008-08-13 Cypress builds joint design facility with India college
Cypress University Alliance is partnering with Nuva College of Engineering and Technology in Nagpur, India to establish a next-generation academic design facility.
2003-06-12 Cypress buffers suit Advanced DDR400 memory modules
Cypress Semiconductor has released the CY2SSTV16857 and CY2SSTV16859 buffers for registered DIMMs.
2004-08-24 Cypress brings reference book on SER in SRAM design
Cypress Semiconductor Corp. has revealed the publication of "SER - History, Trends, and Challenges: A Guide for Designing with Memory ICs."
2005-09-21 Cypress boosts India investment, delays solar decision
Cypress Semiconductor Corp. will invest $10 million here to build a center for strategic product design, and will triple its workforce in India to 600 by 2008.
2014-12-11 Cypress BLE sol'ns achieve Bluetooth 4.1 qualification
The Bluetooth Low Energy solutions integrate a Bluetooth Smart radio, a 32bit ARM Cortex-M0 core with ultra-low-power modes, programmable analogue blocks and CapSense capacitive touch-sensing.
2005-10-03 Cypress beefs up its ZDBs
Cypress Semiconductor announced production availability of its enhanced performance Zero-Delay Buffers (ZDBs) that are claimed to outperform all pin-compatible products for high-speed communications and consumer devices.
2003-09-22 Cypress backs Intel network processors
Cypress Semiconductor has announced that it will support the new development platforms for Intel network processors based on the PICMG 3.x ATCA standard.
2003-04-21 Cypress ATA/ATAPI controller supports USB 2.0 systems
Cypress Semiconductor is sampling the ISD-300LP ATA/ATAPI mass-storage controller that supports USB 2.0 bus-powered apps.
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