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2005-03-22 Xilinx India R&D center develops programmable IP cores
Xilinx Inc. announced that its India development center, operated by CMC in Hyderabad, has created 12 IP cores in its first year of operation
2002-06-13 Suppliers couple IP with design services to add value
Companies that package semiconductor IP platforms with application-specific design services are seeing growing success in 2002
2003-08-25 Standard metric for silicon IP quality emerges
Promising a standard way to evaluate the quality of silicon intellectual property, the VSIA has created a QIP Metric that's undergoing member review
2009-08-14 SoCIP 2009 boosts China chip IP industry
Increased turnout at the SoCIP 2009 helps stimulate the development of China's semiconductor IP industry
2002-11-18 SoC/IP designs need next-gen solutions for integration verification
As the cost of SoC design plus time-to-wolume pressure continue to rise, a next-generation simulator for SoC integration verification is required to ensure functionality.
2002-06-11 Silterra launches IP initiative
Silterra Malaysia Sdn Bhd has launched a silicon intellectual property initiative
2001-06-01 Silicon prototyping verifies IP functions
SoC designers are confronting several important tasks in optimizing next-generation products. New systematic approaches are needed to ensure that IP can be transferred from one process geometry to the next
2002-10-01 Silicon Metrics: U.S., Taiwan alliance crucial in EDA, SIP advancement
A decade ago, the PC industry faced shrinking profit margins due to heavy competition and high production costs. Today, the electronics industry is looking beyond the PC for new areas of growth, while the ASIC supply chain is undergoing significant restructuring
2010-07-02 Silicon IPs enable increased SoC density
Dolphin Integration SA has introduced an array of silicon IPs optimized for high density so that designers can increase the density of their SoC by up to 10 percent
2007-07-02 Silicon IP vendors size up China challenge
In the silicon intellectual-property (IP) business, ARM Ltd may be gaining traction in China, but it remains a challenging landscape for most other pure-play IP companies, which can usually count design wins on a single hand.
2007-10-04 Security in silicon: A guide to secure, high-speed SoC devices (Part I
Implementing security functionality on dedicated hardware enables designers to achieve higher throughput performance, lower power consumption and a higher degree of security over software-based implementations running on a general-purpose processor.
2004-07-13 Sarnoff unveils IP solution for HDTV
Sarnoff's silicon IP is aimed at helping TV makers meet a requirement that half of all TV sets 36 inches or larger and sold after July 1 must include digital TV capabilities.
2002-04-25 Sarnoff ships MPEG-2, 4 IP cores
Sarnoff Corp. has announced the availability of the MPEG-2 MP@ML and MP@HL A/V decoder, MPEG-2 encoder, and MPEG-4 encoder/decoder IP cores that allows product designers and manufacturers to accelerate the launch of MPEG-1, 2, and 4 products
2006-02-16 Quality metric upgrade may ease IP selection
Selecting silicon IP may get a little easier, as the VSI Alliance has released its QIP Metric 2.0 for free.
2013-07-22 PHY IP platform supports JESD204B, CPRI and OBSAI
SBMULTR2T2812G SiIP PHY from Semtech is tuned to meet the performance of each standard through a programmable profile that sets a set of registers that control the operation of the PHY.
2013-10-11 OEMs skipping design firms, licensing chip IP themselves
The rules of the semiconductor industry that traditional vendors adhere to are changing rapidly leaving companies who fail to act fast at the losing end.
2009-03-04 NEC picks Virage to provide IP for 40nm
NEC Electronics Corp. has selected Virage Logic Corp. to provide a portfolio of silicon-proven Silicon Aware IP at the 40nm process node.
2005-09-09 MIPS acquires silicon IP specialist
MIPS Technologies Inc., a provider of cores for digital consumer and business applications, has acquired First Silicon Solutions (FS2). FS2 specializes in silicon IP, design services and OCI (On-Chip Instrumentation) development tools for programming, testing, debug and trace of embedded systems in SoC, SOPC, FPGA, ASSP and ASIC devices.
2004-06-22 Ittiam rolls out WLAN silicon
Ittiam Systems announced the availability of its 802.11g-compliant WLAN physical layer.
2008-04-22 IP experts agree rules need to be modified
The rules of the road in intellectual property need a re-write, according to speakers at last week's Intellectual Property Symposium.
2009-03-12 IP cores are tunable for reuse
CebaTech Inc. has launched its first IP productsa library of tunable silicon IP cores targeted at SoC, ASIC and FPGA designs, and can be tuned for reuse in multiple application scenarios.
2014-12-03 IP company provides one-stop solutions for IoT devices
Aside from offering low-power Silicon IP components for IoT devices, Dolphin Integration targets consistent IP verification services.
2008-12-03 Future looks bright for China's IP market
At the SoCIP2008 Seminar and Exhibition, EE Times-China spoke with Mon-Ren Chene, S2C chairman and CTO, about his views on China's and the world's semiconductor IP markets today and their future
2004-04-16 EDAC expands tracking of IP industry revenues
The EDA Consortium's Market Statistics Survey group, which tracks and reports quarterly EDA industry revenues, is expanding its tracking of silicon intellectual property (SIP), adding 40 new IP categories.
2005-03-22 EDA exec offers alternative IP channel
It's very hard for small silicon intellectual property (IP) companies to create sales channels, says former Synopsys executive John Atwood. So Atwood has launched a company that serves as a "specialized sales channel partner" for emerging IP companies.
2003-06-05 DAC panel finds IP quality lacking
There is a silicon IP "quality gap," and customers have to learn to live with the hype.
2006-09-01 Crypto model checks IP leakage in fabs
Security specialist Certicom rolled out a hardware-based approach to protecting silicon IP using its elliptic-curve cryptography technology and a 20,000-gate embedded core. The company hopes to gain an early-mover advantage as commercial and military developers step up efforts in semiconductor security.
2003-05-27 Consortium vows to simplify IP reuse in SoCs
A group of EDA, silicon intellectual property and semiconductor vendors will announce the formation of a consortium at the 40th DAC
2008-09-01 Calling video IP vendors to consolidate
With a few exceptions, the video IP market is characterized by a large number of small players. This market fragmentation is problematic for both IP vendors and their customers. If you're designing a video-oriented SoC, how do you go about choosing components that will work together? It's difficult to evaluate the video performance of a single IP block or chip
2008-09-30 Asian start-ups to get hold of silicon shuttle services
HKSTP and e-Shuttle Inc. have signed an agreement to provide silicon shuttle services for start-up IC design houses in Asia
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