ST?s design centre hits 20 in Bristol

Faherty, Nick
October 2006
Electronics Weekly;10/11/2006, Issue 2260, p10
Trade Publication
The article informs that STMicroelectronics NV (ST) is celebrating 20 years of the Advanced R&D Centre, the company's design centre in Bristol, England. The centre, bought by ST in 1989, has housed the teams that developed the transputer, Chameleon media-processor and the ST40 processor cores. According to Greville Commins, marketing manager for CPU cores, the technologies that are developed here become fundamental technologies in a whole range of products as both chips and technology blocks.


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