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2002-08-14 Zoran licenses MIPS processor cores
Zoran Corp. has licensed MIPS Technologies Inc.'s MIPS32 4KE family of cores.
2003-09-24 Zoran licenses additional MIPS cores
Zoran Corp. has licensed MIPS Technologies' IP cores, specifically the MIPS32 4KE and 32-bit M4K devices.
2004-07-09 Zarlink selects MIPS processors for DTV apps
Zarlink Semiconductor will be utilizing MIPS Technologies Inc.'s 32-bit, synthesizable MIPS32 4KEc core in its next-generation of advanced digital TV (DTV) products.
2009-05-20 What went wrong with MIPS-Chipidea merger
Most mergers and acquisitions rarely work. When they do, it's because both parties have time, patience, commitment and money to burn in the process of integrating the two organizations. An examination of the recent MIPS Technologies-Chipidea breakup strongly suggests that neither one had sufficient amounts of these key attributes.
2002-02-21 Toshiba, MIPS codevelop RISC-based microprocessors
Toshiba Corp. and MIPS Technologies Inc. will jointly develop a next generation 64-bit microprocessor (TX-99) based on a MIPS core called Amethyst.
2005-06-24 Toshiba MIPS-based microprocessor supports Cannon
The 64bit MIPS-based TX99/H4 RISC microprocessor from Toshiba Corp. has been utilized as the controller for Canon Inc.'s latest multi-function digital copiers, including the Color imageRUNNER iR C3170F
2006-11-08 TI selects MIPS processor for low-power IP phone solution
MIPS Technologies Inc. announced that Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) has licensed the MIPS32 24Kc processor core for its newest generation of Gigabit Ethernet IP Phone SoC.
2002-10-04 Thrane & Thrane adopts MIPS solution
MIPS Technologies Inc. has licensed its MIPS32 4KEm processor core and latest SOC-it system controller to Thrane & Thrane.
2003-01-15 The genesis, success of 64-bit MIPS - an Embedded Perspective
Today, 64-bit addressing is becoming more and more prevalent as witnessed by the recent introduction of competing 64-bit processors by Intel and AMD.
2010-02-12 Taiwan's IC Plus licenses MIPS processor IP
Taiwan-based IC Plus Corp. licensed the MIPS32 24KEf Pro synthesizable processor core for next-generation networking devices in the digital home.
2003-02-27 Sunplus licenses MIPS 32-bit processor cores
Sunplus Technology Co. Ltd, has licensed a range of 32-bit cores from MIPS Technologies Inc.
2003-04-15 Socle receives license for MIPS cores
Socle Technology Corp., a Taiwan-based SoC design services company, has licensed cores by MIPS Technologies Inc., specifically the MIPS32 4KE and 4K family of cores.
2010-08-18 Skype reference implementation supports MIPS architecture
MIPS Technologies Inc. has announced the availability of Skype Voice and video calling features via MIPS Architecture in new SkypeKit developer tools.
2004-08-26 SiNett to use MIPS Pro core for upcoming WLAN chip
WLAN packet processing silicon and software start-up SiNett Corp. has taken a license for MIPS Technologies' 32 4KEp Pro core for a range of devices slated to be introduced by the end of this year.
2003-05-20 Sharp MCUs to be powered by MIPS processors
Sharp Corp. has chosen MIPS Technologies Inc.'s 32-bit 4KS core family for development of next-generation MCUs targeting secure data applications.
2011-01-21 Realtek licenses array of processors from MIPS Technologies
Realtek utilizes MIPS Technologies' small footprint cores to superscalar multicore solutions which provide options for networking, digital home and other multimedia applications.
2004-09-15 PMC-Sierra releases MIPS-based products for embedded apps
PMC-Sierra and MIPS announced that PMC-Sierra has deepened its investment in the MIPS architecture to include the MIPS32 24K core family and the 4KEm core
2008-07-24 PMC-Sierra licenses MIPS cores for comms, storage solutions
PMC-Sierra has licensed a broad range of MIPS Technologies cores for its next-generation communications and storage solutions.
2004-09-14 PMC-Sierra broadens MIPS-cased CPU offerings
PMC-Sierra Inc. has extended its investment in MIPS Technologies Inc. architecture to include the MIPS32 24K core family and the 4KEm core, a line of 32bit synthesizeable processor cores available for cost-sensitive embedded applications.
2010-10-01 PMC Sierra licenses MIPS processor cores
PMC-Sierra to use MIPS cores in array of products, cites multi-threading advantages
2005-07-27 Philips licenses MIPS 4KE core for TV applications
MIPS Technologies Inc., a licensor of microprocessor architectures and cores, has licensed the MIPS32 4KEc core to its long-time partner Philips Semiconductors.
2008-10-03 Pact to deliver MIPS core to China IC design houses
Shenzhen Integrated Circuit Design Industrial Center has licensed MIPS' low-power MIPS32, M4K, and MIPS32 4Kc processor cores for next-generation IC designs
2006-11-30 Open-Silicon offers MIPS processor core for ASICs
Open-Silicon has signed a deal with MIPS Technologies to offer the latter's MIPS32 24Kc Pro processor core for use in ASIC and SoC designs.
2006-11-22 Open-Silicon licenses MIPS' processor core for ASIC devt
MIPS Technologies Inc. announced that Open-Silicon Inc. has selected the MIPS32 24KEc Pro processor core to power advanced custom ASIC solutions for complex SoCs.
2006-03-16 One MIPS core, not many, does the trick
MIPS Technologies has unveiled a next-generation core with a 'virtual CPU' architecture.
2007-01-26 NEC licenses MIPS processors for digital home solutions
MIPS Technologies Inc. announced that NEC Electronics Corp. has selected the MIPS32 24KEc and 24KEf cores to power advanced solutions for the digital home.
2002-10-04 MIPS: Meeting design challenges with programmable SOCs
Ten years ago, electronic design in Taiwan focused primarily on PC-related products such as chipsets and displays. In recent years, embedded applications have become quite common. Today, an increasing percentage of Taiwan's fabless IC revenue comes from products that are not PC-related.
2005-07-26 MIPS-like Godson could raise IP issues, says In-Stat
The Chinese 64-bit processor known as Godson-2, or Dragon, follows an unauthorized, unlicensed variation of the MIPS architecture, perhaps creating an intellectual property (IP) controversy between the U.S. and China, according to market research company In-Stat
2007-03-21 MIPS-based platform enables advanced PON apps
MIPS Technologies announced that K-micro is extending its reach into the PON market with the MIPS-based Topaz advanced computing subsystem for SoCs.
2005-09-08 MIPS, Virage joint effort provides ease of a single license
MIPS Technologies Inc. and Virage Logic Corp. have disclosed a simplified licensing model that will enable SoC designers to license MIPS Technologies' 32-bit processor cores with Virage Logic's semiconductor IP, using a single license from MIPS Technologies.
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