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- SPREADTRUM LICENSES PARTHUSCEVA DSP CORE TECHNOLOGY. // Computer Protocols;Jan2003, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p1
Reports on the signing of a strategic digital signal process technology licensing agreement between ParthusCeva Inc. and Speadtrum Communications.
- ADI embarks on licensing spree. MacLellan, Andrew // Electronic News;3/18/96, Vol. 42 Issue 2108, p52
Reports on the licensing agreement of Analog Devices Inc. (ADI) with several electronic companies for the development of digital signal processor technology (DSP). Terms of agreement.
- I&C TECHNOLOGY LICENSES LSI LOGIC ZSP400 CORE. // Multimedia Publisher;Sep2004, Vol. 15 Issue 9, p1
I&C Technologies Co. Ltd., a Korean-based developer of semiconductor solutions for digital broadcast receivers, licensed LSI Logic's ZSP400 digital signal processor (DSP) core for use in multiple digital audio and multimedia broadcasting applications. By licensing the ZSP 400 core, I&C...
- PARTHUSCEVA DESIGNS DSP CORE FOR MODEMS. // Modem Users News;Sep2003, pN.PAG
Reports that STMicroelectronics, a semiconductor manufacturer, has licensed the TeakLite digital signal processing core of ParthusCeva to power selected Digital Subscriber Line chipset solutions. Benefit of the licensing agreement to both companies; Background of TeakLite.
- IBM, LSI LOGIC FORGE TECHNOLOGY LICENSING DEAL. Schweber, Bill // EDN;02/01/2001, Vol. 46 Issue 3, p28
Reports the licensing agreement between IBM Microelectronics and LSI Logic on the ZSP400 digital signal processor (DSP) core in the United States. Integration of the DSP core in the Blue Logic ASIC Library; Features of DSP core; Inclusion of software development and design-verification tools in...
- Broadcom takes ZSP for VoIP. Prophet, Graham // EDN Europe;Feb2000, Vol. 45 Issue 2, p12
Focuses on LSI Logic's introduction of the ZSP digital signal processing architecture. Licensing deal with Broadcom; Broadcom's plan to use the architecture in its ZSP-400 guise in voice-over Internet Protocol; Leading-edge architecture for communications application.
- Infineon Licenses Carmel to RealChips. // Electronic News;01/24/2000, Vol. 46 Issue 4, p22
Reports on the move of Infineon Technologies North America Corp. to license its Carmel digital signal processor (DSP) programmable core technology to RealChip Inc. Design focus of RealChip; Reasons for choosing Carmel DSP; Features of the Carmel DSP core.
- IBM to Use LSI Logic's DSP Core. // Electronic News;01/22/2001, Vol. 47 Issue 4, p32
Deals with the decision of IBM Microelectronics to license a digital signal processing (DSP) core from LSI Logic Inc. in January 2001. Source of the notion to license a DSP core; Benefits of the licensing initiative to both companies.
- Thomson Leverages ARM's DSP for Broadcast Video Apps. // Electronic News;11/8/2004, Vol. 50 Issue 45, pN.PAG
Reports on the decision of Thompson to license the Optimo DE signal processing technology from ARM for the development of a broadcast video processing integrated circuit (IC). Features of the Optimo DE data engine; Expectations of Thompson regarding the performance of the processing technology...