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LinkUp licenses Bluetooth technology from Signia
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9/25/2000   Post a comment
SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- LinkUp Systems Corp. here today entered the wireless arena, announcing that it has licensed Bluetooth technology from Signia Technologies Inc. of Milpitas, Calif. Under the terms, LinkUp will provide Bluetooth-enabled capabilities for its L7205 processor line, a product based on ARM Ltd.'s 32-bit RISC chip. Designed for a host of embedded applications, LinkUp's L7205 processor also consists of a digital signal processor (DSP), LCD controller, DMA controller, SDRAM, flas
Rise unveils first x86-compatible processor, inks deal with Acer
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9/25/2000   Post a comment
SAN JOSE -- Rise Technology Co. here today unveiled its first product-an x86-compatible, system-on-a-chip processor family designed for use in set-top boxes, Internet appliances, and related platforms. At the same time, Rise and Taiwan's Acer Laboratories Inc. (ALI) announced a multimedia platform solution for set-top boxes that combines Rise's x86-compatible chip and ALI's Aladdin V chip set.
Mips, Ampro ink deal to develop embedded products
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9/22/2000   Post a comment
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. -- Mips Technologies Inc. and Ampro Computers Inc. have announced an agreement that will accelerate the development of Mips processor-based systems and chips for embedded applications. Under the terms, Ampro will develop single-board system modules based on MIPS' 32-bit RISC processors. Based on Ampro's EnCore platform, the modules will be designed for Internet- and other network-connected embedded systems.
Sofware simplified for co-operation
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9/11/2000   Post a comment
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