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Synopsys gets behind VCX as group demos online tools
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10/29/1999   Post a comment
The Virtual Component Exchange (VCX), a not-for-profit industry organization seeking to streamline the business and legal aspects of licensing intellectual property (IP) cores, is due to demonstrate the first prototypes of its online tools next week at the IP99 Europe conference and exhibition. The group will also announce the addition of six member companies to its roster, including EDA leader Synopsys Inc.
MIPS licenses architecture to SandCraft
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10/28/1999   Post a comment
MIPS Technologies Inc. said that SandCraft Inc. has received a comprehensive intellectual property (IP) license to use the MIPS32 and MIPS64 processor architectures in its own processor designs.
Rapid chairman vows to remedy IP licensing lags
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10/27/1999   Post a comment
If the sale of semiconductor intellectual property (IP) is to evolve from a hit-or-miss proposition into a thriving, efficient business, one big stumbling block must be overcome: licensing delays.
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