National Semi inks licensing deal with IPextreme

Taylor, Colleen
February 2007
Electronic News;2/26/2007, Vol. 53 Issue 9, p21
Trade Publication
This article states that semiconductor technology licensing company IPextreme Inc. has inked a frame agreement to sell and support a selection of National Semiconductor Corporation's intellectual property (IP) through IPextreme's IP commercialization program. The initial offering will include what the company called an "extensive collection" of National's AMBA 2.0 peripherals and the CompactRISC CR16 processor. Recently, IPextreme Inc. has inked similar deals with several semiconductor companies.


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