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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
2002-10-21 Xilinx selects Tensilica processor to support FPGAs
Tensilica Inc. has announced that its Xtensa-V configurable processors will now support Xilinx Inc. FPGAs.
2002-03-08 Xilinx FPGAs integrate PowerPC processor
The Virtex-II Pro FPGAs support up to four 300MHz PowerPC 405 processor cores and incorporates RocketIO multi-gigabit serial transceivers, as well as Active Interconnect, BlockRAM, and clock management features.
2008-07-22 Two design IP cores simplify interface connection
eInfochips has launched two design IP cores designed to reduce networking interfaces and video surveillance chip development time and cost
2005-06-09 TSMC 90nm builds Raza XLR processor
Taiwan Semiconductor Mfg Co. Ltd (TSMC) and Raza Microelectronics Inc. (RMI), a silicon solutions provider, have collaborated in creating RMI's XLR processor
2012-10-30 Triple-play graphics cores accelerate auto apps
Learn about the triple-play GPUs featured in the i.MX6 devices and the advantages that result from using three specialized graphics engines.
2008-07-16 The evolution of processor cores
Today s processor cores integrate more than 20 million transistors, supported by cache memories consuming billions of transistors and delivering almost 30,000 times more than the performance of Intel s 4004, the first ever microprocessor.
2002-10-16 Tensilica pumps processor
The IP provider has improved its processor core to attract more customers to use more Xtensa cores per chip design.
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
2002-10-11 Storage processor speeds Fibre Channel RAID controllers
Two dozen silicon engineers have formally launched Aristos Logic Corp., a storage processor spin-off of Western Digital Corp
2005-02-03 Skyworks integrates StarCore's Processor in baseband platforms
Skyworks Solutions Inc. will utilize StarCore's technology for deployment in its GPRS, EDGE and W-CDMA baseband platforms.
2008-10-17 Single-chip DSP integrates three 1GHz cores
Texas Instruments Inc. has developed a new high performance multicore DSP that offers significant cost, power and board space savings.
2008-04-21 Production-ready processor core for FPGAs rolls
Tensilica has announced that its Diamond Standard 106Micro processor core is now available for FPGA design
2010-03-08 Processor packs L2 cache for improved performance
eASIC Corp. has released the Aeroflex Gaisler's LEON4 processor offers optional L2 cache to further improve performance on data intensive and multicore applications
2010-12-14 Processor family cuts operating power
The power management features of Applied Micro Circuits' Mamba single and dual-core devices let developers lower operating power based on usage models and specific application needs.
2008-01-25 Processor eases shift from TDM to VoIP MSANs
Mindspeed Technologies has introduced a family of highly-integrated VoIP processors that enable the migration of copper loop voice access networks from traditional Class-5 TDM equipment to next-generation VoIP MSANs.
2007-11-01 Processor battle moves to the cores
The latest maneuvers in the chess match between Advanced Micro Devices Inc. and Intel Corp. find the rivals advancing toward similar architectures.
2010-03-24 Processor allows various control, DSP function combo
Centre Suisse d'Electronique et de Microtechnique (CSEM) has launched the Icyflex family of 16/32bit RISC processor cores.
2004-11-11 Private company launches 64bit parallel processor core
CPU Technology is developing a family of 64bit configurable processor cores designed to be used in arrays to accommodate deeply coupled computing architectures.
2004-10-06 PMC-Sierra multiprocessor with two E11K CPU cores
PMC-Sierra introduced its third generation highly integrated 64bit MIPS-Powered multiprocessor at the Fall Processor Forum
2010-10-01 PMC Sierra licenses MIPS processor cores
PMC-Sierra to use MIPS cores in array of products, cites multi-threading advantages
2001-07-03 PLDs With Processor Cores Enable Browsable, Configurable Devices
This paper discusses the capability of high-density PLDs with embedded processor cores to provide browsable and configurable functionalities to the device.
2009-02-10 Plans for Swift, Sparrow cores unveiled
ARM Holdings plc has disclosed plans for processor cores to be introduced into its Cortex range, codenamed Swift and Sparrow.
2003-03-13 Philips preparing to take back Adelante's DSP cores
Philips is on the verge of folding back into its parent organization the company's internally grown Real DSP cores, spun off just two years ago to Adelante Technologies through a merger with Frontier Design, according to industry sources
2006-03-10 Nucleus RTOS supports new Diamond CPU cores
The Nucleus RTOS from Accelerated Technology now supports all six of Tensilica's new Diamond Standard processor cores.
2004-09-10 NewLogic baseband processor with modular way design
NewLogic released its new BOOST Bluetooth baseband processor, designed in a modular way, which enables it to be easily integrated into SoCs
2008-07-14 New XAP processor is built for Zigbee, Bluetooth
Cambridge Consultants has devised a new architecture for the latest version of its core for 16bit processors, the XAP5, that includes special features for running programs held in on- or off-chip flash memory.
2007-09-05 NEC ups 32bit ARM processor core performance
NEC Electronics has unveiled two 32bit ARM processor cores that can be used with its SoC design methodology to develop high-speed products for networking, wireless and automotive systems.
2003-05-27 NEC TOE features Tensilica Xtensa cores
NEC Corp. has announced their first TCP Offload Engine which integrates 10 Xtensa processor cores on a single chip.
2014-01-15 Mobile apps processor battle rages on
Evident at the International CES this year was that the ever-increasing flood of features into mobile devices is keeping silicon designers on their toes.
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