Intel Inks Agreement with ARC

October 2007
Portable Design;Oct2007, Vol. 13 Issue 10, p10
The article announces the signing of agreement between ARC International and Intel Corp. in the U.S. ARC signed a new multi-year royalty bearing licensing accord with Intel covering several ARC products which was completed in the second half of 2007. Some of the benefits offered by ARC's configurable solutions to Intel's system-on-chip (SoC) developers include the ability to reduce power consumption and increase a chipset's performance by adding custom instruction extensions. The company also provides comprehensive support and training to Intel development centers in North America.


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